The Ryuk Ransomware has struck again – and this time at the print media. The malware has struck several Tribune Publishing newspapers and halted production.
If you thought the GDPR was a paper tiger, think again. A French regulator has just slapped Google with a $56.8 million for violating the new European law.
The latest ransomware to hit the scene, “Ryuk”, has already raked in $4 million from victims. And unlike other ransomware, it only goes after wealthy victims.
It’s taken three and a half years, but Windows 10 has now officially passed Windows 7 in usage share. But many are still on the soon-to-be obsolete OS.
Been slacking off with the servers? Here’s some must-have IT tasks to add to your list for 2019. Tick them off so you have a stress-free New Year.
Don’t panic! Just because you’ve received a ransomware alert on your screen or in your inbox, it doesn’t mean you’re infected. Here’s how to spot the fakes.
With 2018 coming to a close, we at BackupAssist would like to sincerely thank all our loyal customers. Read on to learn about our Support availability during the holiday period.
What are the biggest backup blunders you can make? We’ve made a handy list so you know what to avoid! Ignore these at your peril.
Whether you’re for or against it, Microsoft has gone through with it. GitHub, the popular code-sharing and collaboration service, has been fully purchased.
Infected by GandCrab ransomware? A free decryption tool has now been released, allowing you to slip free from its pincers.
Sick of Windows Store? Here’s how to get rid of it (and stop your users from downloading Minecraft on business PCs).
A step-by-step on dealing with planned and unplanned outages.