Microsoft has finally confirmed you don’t need to safely eject a flash drive before ripping it out (at least when it’s not writing).
Is it really the age of cloud? New Spiceworks research shows 98 percent of businesses are still using on premises servers, and it’s entirely by choice.
The future is eternal, shiny and Chrome. Here’s a first look at Microsoft’s Chromium-powered Edge – a Chrome browser with Microsoft touches slapped on.
It seems humans aren’t obsolete just yet in the digital world. Microsoft has decided to use security experts instead of AI to detect threats to your systems.
If a server isn’t reliable, what’s the point? That’s the overwhelming response from a survey of over a thousand IT pros who ranked it their #1 concern.
Are you using Windows 7? While you may know you’ll have to pay for updates after January 2020, you may not have heard how much they will cost.
According to research, not only are fax machines going to be used well into the future, corporate usage is actually on the increase.
Want to party like it’s 1990? Now you can. The archaic Windows File Manager from 1990 is now available for Windows 10.
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.