Useful Microsoft Edge features you should know about

Microsoft Edge is a web browser that boasts faster loading times, better support, and stronger security than its predecessor, Internet Explorer. However, these improvements merely scratch the surface of what Microsoft Edge is capable of. Here are a few great features available in the newly updated web browser.

Want a faster Windows 10 PC? Try these 4 simple tweaks

Windows 10 has no shortage of performance improvements over previous versions of Microsoft’s desktop operating system, but it can be further optimized. Learn how to speed up your computer by making these four simple tweaks.

Prevent programs from launching at startup

Windows makes certain programs readily available by loading them at startup.

Protect your privacy in Windows 10

Since its release in 2015, Windows 10 has gotten a bad rap for supposedly gathering too much personal information from its users. Whether you believe Microsoft’s operating system is invasive or you just want to pull out all the stops to keep your personal information safe, here are some Windows 10 settings you can tweak to protect your privacy.

What are the benefits of hosted Exchange?

Microsoft Exchange is one of the most utilized email server services in the world. The service typically requires additional in-house infrastructure, but many businesses use a cost-saving workaround called hosted Exchange. Read on to learn more about it.

Cybersecurity News of the Week, March 31, 2019

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Privacy

Spyware app exposes private photos, hosting provider steps in. From the story: “It’s difficult to imagine a more egregious breach of privacy, or a less forgivable lack of response on the developers’ part”: A hosting company took down a database operated by a spying app this week after it was found displaying thousands of intimate images and recordings online.

Cybersecurity News of the Week, March 24, 2019

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Privacy

FEMA ‘major privacy incident’ reveals data from 2.5 million disaster survivors: The Federal Emergency Management Agency shared personal addresses and banking information of more than 2 million U.S. disaster survivors in what the agency acknowledged Friday was a “major privacy incident.