When Microsoft ends support for Windows 7 on January 14th 2020, it will no longer receive security and software updates. Updates help protect your PC from harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software which can steal your personal information.
Running Windows 7 past this date is not recommended and doing so will leave your PC, network, and business at risk.
To remain secure and compliant you need to upgrade your Windows 7 PCs to Windows 10.
Depending on the age of your PC it may be more economical to replace it rather than upgrading to Windows 10. Some older PCs will not be able to run Windows 10 or will not perform well while running it.
We are happy to answer any questions you have about the end of support for Windows 7 and what the implications are for you.
Office 365 Two-Factor Authentication
Phishing attacks against Office 365 users are on the increase. Several companies have fallen victim to this attack. Users are being tricked into giving away account passwords. Educating your employees to not click on links in emails is not working.
We strongly recommend you enable Two-Factor Authentication to add an additional layer of security.
Who controls what you see on the internet? “The Cleaners,” a documentary by German filmmakers Moritz Riesewieck and Hans Block, takes viewers inside a hidden industry of digital “cleaning,” in which content deemed inappropriate is deleted from the internet.
Apple has finally updated the Mac mini for 2018, with a new space grey finish, more powerful Intel 8th-gen processors, expanded memory and storage options, and a modernized port selection that include Thunderbolt 3 and Gigabit Ethernet, in addition to HDMI. Contact Cybertools for more information on the updated Apple Mac mini 2018!
It’s ready to order now, starting at $799, with units shipping November 7th.