Grow your business with virtual reality

September 30th, 2016
Grow your business with virtual reality

Besides looking like an early version of Cyclops from The X-Men, what’s with all the hype on virtual reality? How much of a difference can be made by slipping ourselves into a three-dimensional world? For businesses, operating with the same routine day in and day out can be quite monotonous for employees. Imagine if they […]

New collaboration features for Office 365

September 29th, 2016
New collaboration features for Office 365

If you thought Office 365 couldn’t get any better, Microsoft was not of the same mind. Late last month the company announced a new feature that allows users to invite guests to interact with 365 groups and their content. Whether they’re international business partners, local customers, or infrequent clients, you can involve them regardless of […]

Virtual networks: the future of security

September 26th, 2016
Virtual networks: the future of security

For the average business owner, a virtualized network may not seem groundbreaking. And until recently, even the team at VMware didn’t realize just what they could do with it. Now that they’ve publicly announced what they’re calling “Project Goldilocks,” we finally see how relevant it is. Every small- or medium-sized business is concerned with endpoint […]

IT jargon: a glossary of cybersecurity terms

September 21st, 2016
IT jargon: a glossary of cybersecurity terms

Everyone hates jargon. It’s ostracizing and off-putting, but somehow we just keep creating more and more of it. For those who have adopted an “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” philosophy, we have just the list for you. Let’s take a look at some of the most relevant cybersecurity terms making the rounds today. […]

Unusual phishing email will soon be found in the inbox

September 20th, 2016
Unusual phishing email will soon be found in the inbox

We spotted an unusual phishing email which revealed a new scam your users will soon find in their inbox. Time to inoculate them before it becomes a problem!

Many online service providers like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and PayPal have adopted a policy to warn users via email when there is a possible security-related event like "unusual sign-in activity".

Copies of these emails have been used for credentials phishing for a few years, but the problem is these security notifications are now being used by bad guys as a new attack vector for a tech support scam.