Many of our small business clients have taken advantage of all the features that Microsoft 365 (formerly Microsoft Office 365) has to offer.
It’s every business owner’s worst nightmare -losing all of your data. Now is the time you’re wishing you had a backup, right?
Microsoft’s security team announced this week that a new type of ransomware has been detected, and that Microsoft users should remain vigilant for possible vulnerabilities or hackings.
No matter what platform you run your website on, it’s imperative to have measures in place to keep your data, your users and your information safe.
While the majority of society is facing setbacks and slowdowns due to Coronavirus, email cyberhackers are flourishing.
A deepfake is an image or a video manipulated online with machine-learning software to make them seem realistic. Deepfakes have become more and more advanced within the last few years, making them more difficult to pick out with the naked eye.
As COVID-19 continues to strain the health of people around the world, cybercriminals are finding ways to take advantage of it.
This phenomenon, called Zoom-bombing or Zoom hijacking, is the unfortunate product of hackers and less sophisticated internet trolls taking advantage of online meeting technology that has become popular during the COVID-19 pandemic – including Zoom.
After the Covid-19 outbreak, businesses are experiencing an increase of employees working from home. Here are some points to consider when working remotely.
With a rise in phony phishing emails, texts and phone calls, we're taking a closer look at what small businesses need to watch out for and how to stay protected.
We are truly honored to announce that Switchfast Technologies has been named one of 2019’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® in the Nation.
According to reports, Apple Inc no longer intends to allow iPhone users to fully encrypt backups of their Apple devices in their iCloud storage service.
Cloudtango released their 6th annual best managed service providers list and we're pleased to share that our team has ranked #18 in the United States.
Since Microsoft's suggestions to fix blue screen errors from Windows 7 and Windows 10 appear quite costly, we've found cost-effective workarounds to update both.