Firmness vs. flexibility: Keys to knowing when to crack down and when to loosen up

As an IT manager, striking a balance between rigidly following your company’s procedures and allowing for the human mistakes that occur in a workplace can be challenging.

Universal fiber broadband: What it could mean for you

Imagine the possibilities of a city-wide fiber broadband network with mandated protections for net neutrality and consumer privacy.

2017: Ransomware caused ‘worst year ever’ in breaches

Data breaches nearly doubled from 2016 to 2017, and most of those attacks could’ve been avoided or significantly downgraded with basic IT best practices.

Worried you’re not accomplishing much in meetings? Boost effectiveness with these 3 strategies

Meetings are great for explaining complicated concepts and connecting with your team.

U.S. considering new nationalized 5G network

President Trump’s national security team is mulling over the potential of a government-run 5G wireless network in an attempt to combat Chinese spying, according to a report from Reuters.

76% of organizations struck by phishing attacks in 2017

Phishing attacks remain one of the most common security risks for IT professionals and organizations, according to a new report from Wombat Security.

Google Apps possibly downloading malware onto your device

Google Apps may be allowing bad actors to install malware on your device via a security flaw.

AI to look for behavioral patterns on social media

A new program in Canada aims to learn if Artificial Intelligence (AI) can detect patterns of behavior on social media, before people act.

2 major security flaws found in 90% of world computers

Researchers have discovered two serious security problems with microprocessors in nearly all the world’s computers, according to the New York Times.

Confused about IT? Try these 4 strategies to explain complicated topics to anyone & boost comprehension

Public speaking can be a drag, especially when it comes to IT topics people might not understand.