Adobe Flash Changes for Microsoft Edge

Adobe Flash Changes for Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge has recently been changed and updated. While this is nothing unusual, what is unusual is the sudden choice to no longer be as Adobe Flash-friendly as it once was. The blocking of Adobe Flash by Microsoft’s primary web browser can have significant repercussions for businesses and web users alike.

The ransomware that makes you sell your soul

The ransomware that makes you sell your soul

It’s scary to think you can be simply browsing the Internet when WHAM! a screen pops up out of nowhere claiming that you have been hijacked and will need to pay a bitcoin to free your computer. Unfortunately, ransomware like this is not uncommon. But now there’s a new, more devastating virus that asks victims to pick other victims to replace them in order to get their computer information back safely.

Google OKs HTML5 as the default in Chrome

Google OKs HTML5 as the default in Chrome

Most people are familiar with the problems associated with loading a Flash-based page, from slower loading times to page crashes that require restarting the browser altogether. Now, Google has announced that its browser will disable Flash and initiate an HTML5 default that will eventually trickle down to every Chrome user.

AWS creates “Glue” service for data analysis

AWS creates “Glue” service for data analysis

At a recent cloud technology conference, Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched a tool to help streamline data analytics in the cloud. This new tool, named “Glue,” is designed to help reduce the burden on engineers and employees so they can get down to the important elements of data analytics.

iCloud Calendar spam problem “fixed”

iCloud Calendar spam problem “fixed”

A new form of spam is cluttering up iCloud Calendars, and Apple hopes its new feature will get it under control. By inviting users to report and remove items they never wanted on their calendar, Apple believes it can get to the root of the problem and stop it from growing altogether.

Containers Vs. VMs: performance variations

Containers Vs. VMs: performance variations

2016 saw containerization (container-based virtualization) take off as a way for companies to utilize virtual platforms more efficiently. While containers use less resources than their virtual machine (VM) counterparts, performance differences are subtle and don’t necessarily make containers better.

How Microsoft plans to streamline updates

How Microsoft plans to streamline updates

One of the issues that face most users of Microsoft’s latest operating system platform is the amount of time and processing power required to perform Windows 10 updates. This issue causes problems both for businesses and individual users alike, because the newest Windows operating system processes these updates automatically.

New year, new cyber-threats

New year, new cyber-threats

The New Year is upon us, and with it comes a new batch of cyber threats. As advances are made in the world of technology, businesses anticipate changes that can make life more convenient. But, like snakes slithering into your home, cyber attackers also keep up with technological changes for their own nefarious ends.

Instagram followers: turn them into buyers

Instagram followers: turn them into buyers

From being an emerging app that allows sharing photos of puppies in vintage-themed filters, Instagram has transformed into a marketing tool that savvy businesses ought to have. The photo-sharing giant now has more than 500 million users, making it an ideal online marketplace.

A guide to choosing small business computers

A guide to choosing small business computers

Buying a computer for a small business seems like a simple task. You work from a budget, go to a store, buy the computer, and assemble the components. This would be true for small businesses from decades past, but times have dramatically changed. To keep up, small businesses must make smart decisions when it comes to purchasing computers.