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The Advantages of VoIP for Businesses

Voice over IP, or VoIP, has become increasingly popular among business owners. However, many business owners ask if VoIP is viable in a landscape where many voice systems are either no longer supported or cost a fortune to upgrade. Your business relies on a consistent and secure communication network. Therefore, choosing the right voice over IP ...

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Updated Malware Attacks Point of Sale Devices

This year, security experts have found three updated versions of Prilex malware that target point-of-sale systems. In 2014, Prilex was a type of malware that targeted ATMs. It switched to PoS (point of sale) devices in 2016, but it wasn't until 2020 that the malware reached its peak. After that, it faded away in 2021. Analysts at ...

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Create a Secure Environment for Remote Workers

Having remote workers in your business is a great way to expand cost-effectiveness and helps your business grow. But, unfortunately, many businesses have issued remote workers limited access to the network to protect important information. Knowing this, hackers are finding creative ways to access networks and steal vital information. It is important to ensure your remote ...

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Google Unveils New Products at Pixel Event 2022

During a press event in New York City, Google unveiled the new Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro devices, the brand-new Pixel Watch, and a teaser for a forthcoming 2023 Pixel Tablet. Although the devices are similar to those from last year, there seemed to be some welcomed improvements, like additional camera functions, a better ...

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Microsoft Edge Improves Performance

Engineers at Microsoft recently announced performance improvements for their Edge browser.  A blog post that the company published recently explained how. A blog post from the company explained how: "Beginning with Microsoft Edge 102 on Windows, Microsoft Edge automatically compresses disk caches on devices that meet eligibility checks, to ensure the compression will be beneficial without degrading ...

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CISA Issues Warning Over Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities

Microsoft has warned that hackers are already using zero-day Exchange Server exploits to break into victims' networks and steal data and that more attacks are likely to come. Microsoft has given more details about how the vulnerabilities have already been exploited, starting with attacks in August. In a small number of targeted attacks, the CVE-2022-41040 and CVE-2022-41082 ...

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Product Releases from Amazon’s Hardware 2022 Event

A number of exciting products were announced at Amazon's Hardware 2022 event. These announcements include two brand-new Eero home networking products and the news that the next-generation Echo Dot devices will feature Eero capabilities. The first product is the Eero PoE 6 access point. Due to PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology's popularity among enterprises and home ...

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Malware-as-a-Service Gaining Popularity

Malware as a Service (MaaS) has gained popularity over the past few years as a method of spreading malware. Typically, MaaS is provided at a monthly, annual, or lifetime subscription price. Once a threat actor obtains access to the malware, they can target individuals through various tactics. A relatively new MaaS has emerged, called Erbium. Erbium ...

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Tesla Introduces Optimus Robot Prototype

Tesla introduces the humanoid Optimus robot prototype and claims to be aiming for a price of under $20,000. After the event started, Tesla's eagerly anticipated humanoid robot was unveiled. The prototype walked unfettered across the stage. Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, stated that the team is working to make the robot accessible as soon as possible for ...

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Firefox 105.0 Update, The End of Low Memory Crashes and Other Features

The most recent version of Firefox, version 105, was made available for download on September 20, 2022. This version is a minor update that does not offer as many new features as previous versions. However, the most striking improvement in Firefox 105 is that Mozilla has drastically decreased the number of out-of-memory browser crashes the Windows ...

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