Going "green" is the right decision for many companies -- and since consumption of electricity is one of the biggest contributors to any company's carbon footprint, your IT department provides ample opportunities for reducing your impact on the environment.
Not long ago, installing antivirus software was all that most businesses needed to do to protect themselves from malicious software. When you initially connected your business's computers to the Internet, you probably felt sufficiently safe with a firewall in place.
Happy birthday, iPhone! Ten years ago this week -- on June 29, 2007 -- Apple released the product that would change its fortunes forever. Announcing the iPhone in his 2007 Macworld keynote speech, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs promised that the company would "reinvent the phone" -- and the iPhone has done exactly that.
Did you have trouble finding the time to catch up on the latest tech news during the past couple of months? Never fear -- we've collected the top four tech headlines from the last two months and summarized them here. In this roundup of tech headlines, we've got the details of the first teraflop processor ever for desktop computers.
According to a 2016 Munich Re poll, up to 90 percent of United States businesses fall victim to hackers each year. Businesses don't suffer security breaches because they aren't trying to protect themselves; they simply lack the expertise necessary to protect an organization from modern hacking techniques.
It's impossible to read the tech news these days without seeing a report of a new ransomware attack. The recent spread of a new form of ransomware called WannaCry, though, has captured the public's imagination -- perhaps because of how rapidly it infected computers within the first few days of its release.