The latest release of Microsoft Outlook, Version 1.2023.425.600 - Production, has left users grappling with a range of frustrating issues. From the inability to handle PST files to the loss of vital functionality, we advise caution before updating systems to this new version.
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Windows Server 2012: End of Life
In October 2023, Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 will reach the end of extended support. It is essential to develop a strategy for the migration of your data, or you could be susceptible to cyberattacks.
Why Ransomware is so Common
The ease with which ransomware attacks can be obtained and carried out, combined with the potential for high profits, makes them an attractive option for cybercriminals. It is important to learn how attackers profit from ransomware in order to efficiently protect yourself.
What to do if Your Laptop is Stolen
"My laptop was stolen, what should I do?" This is a question we hear time and time again. Sadly there isn't much you can do. That is why it is crucial to take steps BEFORE it is stolen.
Do you Need a Backup With the Cloud?
"Its in the cloud, do I need a backup?" While cloud storage providers invest heavily in security, redundancy, and disaster recovery measures, it is still crucial to have a backup of your cloud data.
The End of the Road for Windows 10
Windows 11 is the future, and Microsoft is making it official. Microsoft has officially announced that Windows 10 will no longer receive any more feature updates starting October 14, 2025 (date subject to change).