Windows 7 End-of-Life is Approaching. Upgrade your Obsolete Operating Systems! On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows 7. Microsoft originally released the operating system in 2009 after Windows Vista. Since then, the tech giant has launched Windows 8 and Windows 10. Running Obsolete Operating Systems Is Risky Business According to a report from Netmarketshare.com, more than 35% of computers are running on Windows 7. This number shows that over a third of computers at risk. If you want to protect your network, it’s important to upgrade before […]
The United Nations designated the first Monday of October as World Habitat Day to reflect on the state of our towns and cities, and on the basic right of all to adequate shelter. The day is also intended to remind the world that we each have a responsibility to shape the future of our world. This year, the UN chose the theme of frontier technologies as an innovative tool to transform waste into wealth. One way your organization can support this initiative is by creating a retirement plan for your […]
Artificial Intelligence has many promising uses for enterprises. Deloitte’s annual State of AI in the Enterprise survey shared a variety of insightful information about the technology. According to the report, about half of respondents will increase their AI invest by 10% or more next year. Yet 43% of respondents are concerned that AI may cause major threats. The top concerns included cybersecurity, making the wrong decisions based on AI recommendations, and the potential bias of AI decisions. This risk may lead other companies to delay the use of AI technology. A data breach […]
Now that emerging technologies are surfacing faster and in greater numbers, innovative IT strategies are shifting business paradigms and data security is a growing concern, the topic of e-waste is becoming an increasingly prevalent conversation in the world of tech. Electronic waste, or e-waste, encompasses the massive amounts of discarded end-of-life electrical assets or electronic equipment that businesses and individuals have come to produce. This can include computers, monitors, printers, scanners, phones, DVD players and more. However, although most are aware of e-waste, the amount of disposed assets currently being generated […]
Technology is rapidly changing the way we use data. As data security concerns grow states are revising the law to adjust to the changes. In this infographic, we breakdown the current data security laws by each state.