DDoS attacks were less common last quarter, but more difficult to mitigate, according to a report released Tuesday by Verisign. Read More…
Software developers say that only 31 percent of their companies have a formalized, overall cybersecurity policy which is followed throughout the organization, according to the Global Development Survey 2017….
The WannaCry cyberattack that infected hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide was “highly likely” to have originated with Lazarus, a hacking group linked to the reclusive state, Symantec said….
There is no default group policy support for Microsoft Edge browser in active directory domain Windows Server 2016. In this article, I’ll show you to install an administrative template on active directory domain Windows Server 2016 for group policies of Microsoft Edge.
Installing Administrative Template on Windows Server 2016
How can you clear up the clutter in your Outlook email folders? Here are some tips and tricks. Are your Microsoft Outlook email folders overflowing with hundreds or thousands of unorganized messages? Are you unsure what to do with a new email when it arrives, thereby cluttering up your inbox? That’s a common malady, but one for which there is a remedy, or rather several remedies. By following some helpful tips and tricks, you can make your Outlook inbox much more manageable. In this article, we’ll review the following skills: You can create Quick Steps that can put new email in the right folders at the click of a button. You can create rules that determine what happens with a new email based on subject line, sender, and other criteria. You can clean up a conversation thread so that extraneous and redundant messages are deleted or moved. You can archive your older messages so they’re forgotten but not gone. Let’s look at each of the tips and tricks to see how you can better organize your mail in Microsoft Outlook. A Quick Note: When I say Microsoft Outlook, I’m talking about the full email client that’s part of Microsoft Office, not … Read More
Customers of DocuSign and U.K. telecommunications firm BT have been warned about phishing emails sent over the past week….
IT industry trade association CompTIA saw more than half (52 percent) of respondents to a recent survey indicate that they used business-unit budget to pay for technology purchases in 2016….