Category Archives: IT Security

Asana takes aim at the enterprise with new workflow features

Asana takes aim at the enterprise with new workflow features Asana, a work management platform for teams, today announced the Enterprise Work Graph, a suite of features designed to give greater clarity and flexibility to enterprise workflows. The new capabilities aim to align teams around goals, coordinate workflows across teams and time zones, and […]

How to choose the right UEM platform

How to choose the right UEM platform Endpoint devices have become so ubiquitous, connected, and data-intensive that they are among the most valuable technology assets an organization has today. They’re also some of the biggest security risks. It’s no surprise, then, that managing the large and growing number of smartphones, laptops, tablets, desktops, and […]

HP Wolf Security: A New Breed of Endpoint Security

HP Wolf Security: A New Breed of Endpoint Security As technology evolves, cybercriminals are more sophisticated, organised, and determined than ever. With constant changes in the workplace, how can you safeguard your PCs, printers and people from circling cyber predators? To read this article in full, please click here Source: IT Security

Google now tells criminals when Chrome users are 'idle.' What could go wrong?

Google now tells criminals when Chrome users are ‘idle.’ What could go wrong? When Google released Chrome 94 for Android (and desktop), it slipped in some naughty capabilities via an API called Idle Detection.   “The Idle Detection API notifies developers when a user is idle, indicating such things as lack of interaction with the […]

How one coding error turned AirTags into perfect malware distributors

How one coding error turned AirTags into perfect malware distributors One of the more frightening facts about mobile IT in 2021 is that simplicity and convenience are far too tempting in small devices (think AppleWatch, AirTags, even rings that track health conditions, smart headphones, etc.).  Compared with their laptop and desktop ancestors, they make […]

How to make sense of Microsoft’s upcoming mail security changes

How to make sense of Microsoft’s upcoming mail security changes With Microsoft about to shut off some versions of Outlook from access to Microsoft 365 and Outlook 365 services — that happens Nov. 1 — it’s important to remember this isn’t the only change coming for Outlook. A second change scheduled for next year […]

Apple deepens its engagement in enterprise security

Apple deepens its engagement in enterprise security The switch to mobile and remote work exposed grim security realities for many companies during the pandemic, and this seems to be driving change at the very top of the tech tree. For example, Apple has joined the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) as a co-chair. Apple takes […]

Chrome, Edge kick off faster release cadence; enterprises can skip versions

Chrome, Edge kick off faster release cadence; enterprises can skip versions Google’s Chrome and Microsoft’s Edge began their every-four-weeks release cadence with the launch last week of version 94 of each browser. Google released Chrome 94 on Sept. 21, while Microsoft issued Edge 94 three days later, on Sept. 24. From those dates, Chrome […]

Podcast: Windows 11 overview: Hardware requirements, security updates and upgrade confusion

Podcast: Windows 11 overview: Hardware requirements, security updates and upgrade confusion Microsoft will launch Windows 11 on October 5, but not every PC will be eligible for an immediate upgrade. Rollout will last well into 2022 for machines that meet the necessary hardware requirements, and Windows 10 will be supported through October 2025. But, […]

Windows 11 overview: Hardware requirements, security updates and upgrade confusion

Windows 11 overview: Hardware requirements, security updates and upgrade confusion Microsoft will launch Windows 11 on October 5, but not every PC will be eligible for an immediate upgrade. Rollout will last well into 2022 for machines that meet the necessary hardware requirements, and Windows 10 will be supported through October 2025. But, there’s […]