US Secret Service says hackers are breaching MSPs to orchestrate ransomware attacks, point-of-sale intrusions, and business email compromise (BEC) scams.
There's no clear agreement about what's behind statistical programming language R's recent apparent rise.
The technology industry usually thinks it can solve anything. But analog COVID-19 contact tracing may do better than a bevy of smartphone apps.
From discounted 4K TVs to true Peloton alternatives, there's tons of July 4th deals to be found.
Survey finds majority of companies with AI projects reporting positive results. IT leaders see potential for security analytics and predictive intelligence to improve their delivery of tech services.
Remote code execution in F5 BIG-IP devices exposes governments, cloud providers, ISPs, banks, and many Fortune 500 companies to possible intrusions.
Apple has disabled the ability to silently install macOS profiles from the CLI in macOS 11, a measure that was widely employed by adware and malware gangs.
Microsoft offers a method for partially mitigating problems with Storage Spaces in Windows 10 version 2004.
Microsoft introduces two new Windows APIs to help driver developers create safer software.
The video conferencing platform can support calls that have up to 100 participants.
Digital-first customer service solutions is a new category in the making, with broad appeal to teams that must support authenticated or anonymous customers in the pre- and postpurchase stages. They help understand customer behavior and intent and deliver highly contextual experiences based on friction points they detect in customer journeys.
Redis creator Salvatore Sanfilippo steps back as the project's maintainer but he'll still be around as an ideas person.
Mozilla resumes rollout of Firefox version that drops support for connections over legacy TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 protocols.
As usual, Linux Mint's latest release, Mint 20, is better than ever, but its developers' refusal to make it easy to use Ubuntu Snap is a trifle annoying.
Adobe's ecosystem is one of the top software portfolios in the digital experience market, but will lie fallow, unused, or underused without the contributions from service providers. Here are some observations from Forrester's evaluation of 12 of the most important service providers implementing Adobe software.
A year by year summary of the most significant events in Linux's history to date.
A clean install is the perfect way to get a fresh start with a Windows PC. Use this checklist to make sure you take care of the small details that make a big difference in productivity
If you need to navigate regularly between Linux and the Windows world, there are many applications that can make your job easier. We spotlight 21 quality applications that will pave the way.
We take a look at the top tech, cybersecurity, and authentication trends as revealed today by the Duo Security's 2019 Trusted Access Report, which includes data from 24 million devices, one million apps and services, and billions of authentications.
Get more done in Google Chrome, with this selection of hand-picked extensions from the Chrome Web Store. These free extensions allow you to do a variety of things, from taking screenshots to keeping your passwords safe. (Updated May 2019.)
Here are a handful of tricks to help you speed up your browser and make it use up fewer precious system resources. (Updated April 2019)
Every installation of Windows 10 includes a huge collection of built-in apps. Some are Universal apps that are updated from the Microsoft Store. Others are legacy apps that hang around because other programs expect them to be there. If you prefer a tidy system, many (but not all) of these apps can be uninstalled, especially if you prefer a third-party alternative. This gallery offers a comprehensive look at how to unclutter your copy of Windows 10.
Windows 10 version 1903, which will be officially dubbed the May 2019 Update, begins rolling out soon. Here are some of the new capabilities you can expect in yet another feature-packed semi-annual release. (This gallery is based on a near-final Insider Preview release.)
If you are a Google Chrome user, then you really should check out these amazing extensions that takes the browser and transforms it into a command center for getting serious work done. Here, you'll find extensions to boost performance and productivity, harden security, and even let you have a bit of fun!
If you are a Google Chrome user then you can give your productivity and performance a boost by equipping their browser with the right extensions. (Updated February 2019)
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Google Chrome users can give their productivity and performance a boost by equipping their browser with the right extensions. (Updated January 2019)
Here is a selection of Google Chrome extensions aimed specifically at boosting your productivity, performance, and privacy. (Updated December 2018)
Here are a handful of tricks to help you speed up your browser and make it use up fewer precious system resources. (Updated October 2018)
Windows 10 version 1809, officially the October 2018 Update,started rolling out October 2. Here are some of the new capabilities you can expect in this surprisingly feature-packed release. (This gallery is based on a near-final Insider Preview release.)
Apple, Google, and Mozilla reduce the lifespan for HTTPS certificates to 398 days, against the wishes of Certificate Authorities.
Microsoft's new command-line app can help advanced Windows users recover deleted files and photos.
Startup chime returns in revamped design, plus new battery section.
Keeping employees productive at home was only the first part of the challenge. Now businesses are preparing for the next wave of IT issues.
Windows 10 users find a new glitch with certain configurations, missed by Microsoft in testing the latest feature update.
Honeywell is connecting its Forge platform with SAP Cloud in a move to meld operational and financial data to better manage real estate. Read more: https://zd.net/2AbtdEx
You've just upgraded to the most recent version of Windows 10. Before you get back to work, do these seven things to cut annoyances to a bare minimum.
ERA's Meething is a browser based video conferencing system that uses a peer-to-peer networking architecture, requires no apps and can be branded by enterprises for control. Mozilla is also on board with the open source effort. Read more: https://zd.net/2zXyhvW
Workday and Microsoft forge partnership revolving around Adaptive Planning, Teams, and Azure integration.
Hackers are exploiting a dangerous and hard to patch vulnerability to go after enterprise servers.
Ed Bott explains how the new Project Reunion API will change the way Windows developers work and why consumers and small businesses might not notice the changes. Read more: https://zd.net/2X8FeD2
Linux on Windows just took a big graphical desktop step forward with Microsoft's plans for Windows Subsystem for Linux.