Month: September 2017

Wiperware is the New Malware, and it Shouldn’t be Taken Lightly

Any business can be a target for hackers who use ransomware. However, in recent months, a major new threat has emerged. The recent Petya attack was initially perceived to be another form of ransomware. However, as the firms involved took stock in the aftermath of the events, it became apparent that the attack took the …

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September News Bytes

Google Home Users Can Now Make Calls Following the May 2017 announcement that Google would be bringing hands-free calling functionality to its Google Home speaker, the feature has now been released to US and Canadian users. The new calling feature transforms Google Home into a landline calling device that users can use to call local …

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The Difference Between Office 2016 and Office 365 in a Nutshell

Microsoft Office is now available in multi-format software and users can select the package that suits their needs. But what exactly is the difference between Office 2016 and Office 365? In short, both provide the latest version of the Office software, which includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. However, Office 2016 is a stand-alone product, while …

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Question of the Month – September

Question: Is there a way to avoid having Windows 10 updates automatically restart my computer? Answer: Windows 10 has attracted a huge amount of criticism from users because the multiple updates that Microsoft has issued have been really forced out, restarting people’s computers without sufficient warning. There’s a way to stop your system from restarting …

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