Artificial intelligence can make your business safer

If your company works with sensitive information, you might want to listen up: A tool from Accenture could make your life a lot easier.

Only 50% of ransomware victims recover stolen data

With so many ransom attacks occurring these days, it’s difficult to know what you should do if you become a victim.

There are 3 simple questions that can make your 1-on-1 meetings more efficient

As an IT manager, you’ve probably had many one-on-one conversations with employees.

Boost collaboration, communication with new features coming to Microsoft Teams app

Microsoft’s collaboration and team-building app is getting an upgrade, and if you’re not already using it, you might want to consider the benefits.

Employees not creating strong passwords? Try this

Creating strong passwords is a no-brainer when it comes to security.

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.