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How to minimise Wi-Fi hiccups

How to minimise Wi-Fi hiccups

Today, you simply can’t survive without a Wi-Fi connection. Businesses need fast, secure, and reliable internet to get work done and satisfy customers. But what about when you experience Wi-Fi issues? These fixes ought to do the trick! Range constraints (Wi-Fi) Wi-Fi works via radio waves that are broadcast from a central hub, usually a piece of hardware known as …

Why is HTTPS (Hypertext transfer protocol secure) important?

Why is HTTPS (Hypertext transfer protocol secure) important?

Many internet users still do not understand what the padlock icon in their web browser’s address bar is for. It represents HTTPS ( Hypertext transfer protocol secure ), a security feature that authenticates websites and protects the information users submit to them. This is an important feature that lets users know whether the website they are visiting is secure or …

Lessons from a disaster recovery plan audit

Lessons from a disaster recovery plan audit

Why do some companies fail their disaster recovery plan Disaster Recovery Plan (DPR) audit? Perhaps because they did not get the right information for it. They say experience is the best teacher; thus, nothing beats what you can learn from real-world case studies. See what you can learn from the following case. Hosting certain types of data and managing a …

Groups, Yammer, and Teams: What are they?

Groups, Yammer, and Teams: What are they?

While most Office 365 apps serve a unique purpose, tools like Outlook, Teams and Groups and Yammer can all be used for office communication and collaboration. However, there are small differences in the way they can be used. Let us break it down for you. Outlook Groups With Outlook Groups, every member gets a shared inbox, calendar, project planner, notebook, …

Fileless malware: Are you at risk?

Fileless malware: Are you at risk?

Over the past few years, the security industry has been witnessing a rapid evolution in attack techniques, including fileless malware, which uses legitimate tools and services such as existing software, applications, and authorised protocols to carry out malicious activities such as unauthorised data retrieval or data damage. It therefore pays to stay abreast of such threats. What is fileless malware? …

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