The end of Windows XP support will leave many businesses open to serious security attacks if they don’t upgrade soon. But that’s not the only popular software that’s about to lose security patches.
As an IT manager, it’s likely that Excel will be one of the main tools that you encounter. In this guest post, Andy Brown lists five things that you need to keep in mind when managing and using Microsoft’s ever-popular spreadsheet.
Many companies are trying to decide whether antivirus software is worth spending money on. For those that say no, guest blogger Cara Aley has some advice on the best free antivirus programs companies can choose.
Open source software is never completely free, in the financial sense. Even if the applications themselves are available at no cost, businesses still need to pay for support, training, data migration and other needs. But just how much open source costs can be open for debate.