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Microsoft Increasing Pricing on Some 2019 Products Starting 10/1/18

On Monday October 1st Microsoft will be launching the 2019 versions of many of their products. With this launch they are focusing on improving strategy and adjusting pricing to better represent the significant value added to specific products. What solutions and licensing programs will be affected? The Following solutions will increase by 10% Office Suites […]

What You Need to Know about Google Tracking Your Location

In August 2018, an investigation revealed that Google is tracking the whereabouts of billions of its customers, even when the customers tell the tech giant not to. This discovery has received a great deal of media attention, so it can be hard to discern what information is important. Here is what you need to know about Google’s […]

Find Out What Data Microsoft Is Saving about You

Like Google, Apple, and other tech giants, Microsoft collects and saves information about the people who use its products and services. If you use Windows 10 and have a Microsoft account, you can easily see what data Microsoft is saving about you. You can find this in the “Activity history” page of the Privacy Dashboard. […]

How to See Which Files Are Taking Up the Most Space in Windows 10

The longer you have your computer, the more files you will accumulate on it. Although large hard drives are the norm nowadays, it is still a good idea to know how much space you have left on your hard drive and which files are taking up the most space. You can quickly find out how […]

California Has a New Consumer Privacy Law Similar to GDPR

Following the European Union’s lead, California passed a law that gives its residents some of the strongest data-privacy protections in the world. Even though this legislation is not as far-reaching as EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), businesses need to know about it. By looking at the 5 Ws — what, who, why, when, and […]

Using Skype Classic? You Need to Upgrade It ASAP

Using Skype Classic? You Need to Upgrade It ASAP. Skype 7 for Windows desktops — also known as Skype Classic — will no longer work after September 1, 2018, as Microsoft is ending support for it. If you want to continue using Skype after that date, you will need to upgrade to version 8. Like […]

3 Ways Your iPhone Can Help You Be More Prepared and Organized During Business Trips

You likely already use your iPhone to stay in touch with your office when you are traveling for business. However, if your device is running iOS 11 or later, it can help you be more prepared and organized during the trip. Here are three features you can use to help your business trip go more […]

When It Comes to Diagnostic Data, Windows 10 Is a Chatterbox

When Windows 10 first rolled out, many users were upset about the amount and types of  diagnostic data that the operating system was sending to Microsoft by default. The users’ backlash, coupled with the creation of data privacy laws like EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), has prompted Microsoft to become more transparent about its data collection […]

10 Keyboard Shortcuts That Work in Chrome, Edge, and Firefox Browsers

Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox are three of the most popular desktop web browsers in use today. They offer many keyboard shortcuts that let you work more efficiently when using them. Fortunately, you can use many of the same shortcuts in all three browsers, which makes the shortcuts easier to remember. Here are […]

Adobe Released a Mega Update That Patches More Than 100 Security Vulnerabilities

In July 2018, Adobe released a major update that patches 112 vulnerabilities in five popular Adobe apps. These programs run on a variety of platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Chrome OS. The vast majority of vulnerabilities (104) were found in Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader for Windows and macOS. If exploited, the vulnerabilities could lead to sensitive […]