We can remember a time when biometric authentication was a pipedream. The ability to physically examine an individual’s characteristics (once initially enrolled) to ensure it was indeed that person seeking to access systems or physical locations was in future tech, only appearing in James Bond films.… Read More
There is no doubt you have heard terms in the news like Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and Blockchain and understood at a minimum that economic value is changing hands in a potentially very different way than the conventional methods of payments we’re all used to.… Read More
Are your users complaining about their computers/devices running too slow?
Have you run into too may recent virus outbreaks, causing untold hours of user downtime?
Are you unable to visit important websites, due to browser incompatibility issues?
Are you running critical operations on an outdated computer or consumer grade computer?… Read More
Many businesses of all sizes and industries have embraced Microsoft’s Office 365 in varying forms. Primarily, it is deployed as a collaboration tool with email and calendaring but also a unique way to rent all of those Office programs (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) without paying the larger up-front licensing fees.… Read More
At this year’s CES tradeshow, many PC makers introduced Amazon’s Alexa integrated into their latest Windows laptops meant for the workplace. While assistants from Google, Apple (Siri) and Microsoft (Cortana) continue to compete, it appears that Alexa and its “anywhere, everywhere” strategy (home, car, workplace) seems to be taking the lead.… Read More