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With people using their work devices to access personal online accounts, companies have an obligation to increase security awareness training.

Two recent reports underscore the impact of the Great Resignation, as workers leave their jobs in droves. Here's how businesses are responding.

Analysis of Cisco's latest earnings report shows it's likely that price increases will be locked in for at least another year or two, experts say.

Success in the hybrid work era will be shaped by how well companies can embrace collaborative technology, experts say.

The talent shortage is the most significant adoption barrier to the majority of emerging tech

If your hopes are for semiconductor prices to return to what they used it be, there's nothing but bad news on the horizon.

Cybercriminals are using malicious Google Ads to deliver the ZLoader banking Trojan.

The cost of servers, data center equipment could rise sharply in the near term, experts say.

Don't fall victim to the highly sophisticated in business email scams

U.S. Intelligence & national security leaders willmount a “surge” against nation-state sponsors of cyberattacks, Gen PaulNakasone told National Security Summit attendees.

Social media is overflowing with quizzes, surveys and opportunities to tell the world about yourself. Learn why you should skip these to protect yourself and your identity.

Microsoft is continuing to look for ways to make hybrid work better via Teams, Outlook, LinkedIn courses and more. Meanwhile, Microsoft's U.S. employees will continue to work primarily remotely for the foreseeable future.

Researchers said this was the 10th zero-day exploit that Google had patched this year.

New Network Set to be the First and Largest End-to-End Public Wi-Fi 6 Deployment in a European Stadium, Enabling Advanced Digital Fan Experiences

A vulnerability assessment identifies and quantifies vulnerabilities in a company’s assets across applications, systems, and network infrastructures.

If workloads and the data still act like they're in a data center, the organization won't run as efficiently, which can lead to frustration on the part of customers and employees.

IT is now maintaining a more diverse fleet of laptops in the wake of scarcity and rising costs in computing equipment.

Microsoft says its US employees spent less time communicating with colleagues outside of their immediate business teams after making working from home mandatory in 2020.

When it comes to remote work, security is often the last thing on the priority list.

CoPilot: Reduce Risk and Save Time Using Explainable AI

A new survey from Palo Alto Networks shows the key challenges enterprises faced as they moved to remote work and they're doing next as hybrid work models gain more acceptance.

Microsoft's big Windows 11 update is on the way. Here's what you need to know about features and timing.

The cost of servers, data center equipment could rise sharply in the near term, experts say.

Many restaurants, gyms and event venues are increasingly requiring proof of vaccination for entry, so keep your COVID card handy.

Microsoft Teams organizers can now delegate responsibility for breakout rooms to individual presenters.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is one of the agencies chartered with creating the cybersecurity standards and requirements outlined in Executive Order 14028.

These laptops and Chromebooks are under $500 and ready for back-to-school season.

Here are some recommendations and buying advice so you can find the best budget-friendly laptop from Lenovo, HP, Acer and others.

With tech unemployment at a two-year low, executives grapple with the talent demands of ongoing — and future — IT projects.

MSPs are increasingly being turned to as strategicoutsourcing partners that remotely manage or delivery IT services, thanks totalent and technologies most enterprises lack.

The Fusion detection for ransomware correlates alerts that are potentially associated with ransomware activities.

But the update might change how you install new printers.

Reducing your susceptibility to an attack will make you a less attractive target to financially motivated cyber-criminals.

As Extreme Network's revenues top $1 billion, CEO Ed Meyercord claims the company's XIQ management has features that Cisco's and other company's products lack.

The findings detail a complex security balancing act between IT teams and users; especially in the age of remote work and virtual collaboration at scale.

With ransomware attacks growing in frequency and little being done to stop them, IBM is well-timed with its anti-ransomware Safeguarded Copy for its FlashSystems IBM's Safeguarded Copy takes a snapshot of your systems and stores it where ransomware can't reach it.

Improved monitoring of work-at-home environments requires money, simplified infrastructure, and better IT leadership, an Enterprise Management Associates report says.

Malware masqueraded as Windows 11 installer

Mitre releases its list of the most dangerous software weaknesses, detailing the most common vulnerabilities which can give cyber criminals the ability to access machines to steal data or cause crashes.