Now after a year or two, it doesn’t seem to be quite as quick. Are you just imagining it? No. It really has slowed down. One of the most annoying experiences of the 21st century is clicking on icon on the desktop and then watching the small circle or a disc rotate seemingly indefinitely. There is a measurable speed drop in speed and power that has nothing to do with worn parts. This may sound infuriating, but rest assured, with a little maintenance you can have your device running at top speed again.
Ransomware is a buzzword we see often in the tech world. It is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. In our previous blog we talked about what Ransomware is.
Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. If this sum is not paid, the files will be deleted forever.
Every day hackers are increasing their numbers. One article states that cyber-crime damage costs are expected to hit around $6 trillion annually by 2021. That figure is outrageous. Hacking can take place on a large or small scale, but either way it leaves one feeling violated and helpless.
The statistics and articles surrounding hackers and their antics can seem overwhelming. The good news is that there are ways that you can go about protecting yourself against hackers and reduce your chance of becoming a statistic.
A large majority of us find ourselves sitting behind a desk for work most of the day. This fact alone makes it sound like the norm. Get up, have coffee, rush to work, stress, sit, drink more coffee, sit some more, take a lunch break, come back and sit some more. You get the idea.
This is a very unhealthy cycle to fall into. Sitting that much every day has been linked to an increase in your risk for heart disease, obesity, neck and back pain, and other medical problems. Being tied to a desk rather than on your feet all day is definitely a health issue. We are going to take a look at 5 ways to stay healthy at work and how you can add some activity back into your day.