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4 Ways to Speed Up Your Computer

Sick of waiting for your slow computer to process large files? Tired of it bogging down every time you open more than one or two programs? Need a way to speed up your computer before it drives you crazy? We get it. Really, who hasn't experienced that frustration? Whether you’re...
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Everything You Need to Know about Windows Server 2022

On Sept. 1, Microsoft announced the general availability of Windows Server 2022. If you’re always looking to be on the cutting edge, it’s an exciting chance to try new features and capabilities. Of course, not everyone is an early adopter. If you’re still enjoying the systems already in place and...
Security Updates for July 2021

Security Updates & Workarounds You Need to Address

You know how important it is to keep current with patches and security updates, and it’s a never-ending struggle. Recently, there’s been quite a bit to catch up on. Although flaws in Windows lead the headlines, they’re not alone. Apple, Pulse Secure, and Atlassian also recently released patches for significant...
Security patches for June

June Patches and Updates You Need to Know About

Every month brings both new challenges and new opportunities to the world of technology. Problems arise, and updates bring stronger security to our systems. The month of June has been no exception, and includes the usual patches for Windows operating system. However, there are also several unusual patch releases for...
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You Need to Patch this Windows Vulnerability Now

February’s Patching Tuesday arrived with another batch of urgent and critical patches for vulnerabilities. One set of three Windows TCP/IP vulnerabilities even merited a special warning. The three critical and high-severity vulnerabilities all expose organizations to remote exploitation by unauthenticated attackers, and should be patched as quickly as possible. Two...