With its huge dominance in the workplace, Microsoft’s Windows has become the prime target for cyber criminals. They’re looking to access your information, disrupt your business, or hold your data to ransom.
Eliminating Cybersecurity Risks for Your Business
There’s no denying the Windows 11 has a lot of really cool new features.
If you haven’t made the move from Windows 10 yet, you’re missing out.
But there’s good news. To make the (eventual) move from Windows 10 to 11 a little easier, Microsoft is sharing a couple of 11’s most useful features.
It’s no secret that some applications are a little too interested in us and what we’re doing.
We’ve all had this experience. You might be talking to a friend about a new product that you’d like to try. Or perhaps you’ve discussed somewhere you’d like to visit.
Then the next time you go online you see adverts for the exact things you were talking about.
It’s more than a coincidence, surely???
Imagine having hours to focus on your most critical projects, without being interrupted by your team.