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Microsoft Stream Goes Global

Here is a breakdown of the new video service called Microsoft Stream. It has a lot of potential as a video streaming service for businesses. The role of video in the modern world of business cannot be ignored. In most modern workplaces, video allows for the efficient sharing of information and the training and educating employees. It is also usef

BIOS Technologies Proud to Be Featured on Global List of Top Technology Companies

The team of New Orleans IT support experts at BIOS Technologies is thrilled to announce that they have been named to Penton Technology’s 2017 MSPmentor 501 Global Edition at a global ranking of 412! The MSPmentor 501 Global Edition is a distinguished list and report that identifies the world's top 501 IT Managed Service Providers (MSP’s). Each

Warn Your Staff: Hackers Targeting Auto Employees on Social Media

Don’t let a phishing spear take your automotive dealership down. Make sure your employees know that cyber attacks lurk in email and social media, too. Back when cyber security was in its infancy, IT departments regularly warned employees against the dangers of clicking on links in an email address from an unknown sender. While most people can no

8 Ways Your Data Strategy Can Also Help With Work/Life Balance

Work/life balance isn’t just about wellness: Here’s how data systems are an integral part of the puzzle. The work/life balance used to be primarily about wellness benefits – what sort of health perks to offer at work, how to encourage people to take time off, and more. But now that the concept of a work/life balance has become more integrate

BREAKING NEWS – New Worldwide Ransomware Outbreak Reported

Reports have begun to pour in regarding a new ransomware infection currently wreaking havoc in Russia, Ukraine, France, Spain, and several other countries. This highly sophisticated Russian strain is known as Petya or Petrwrap, and it has been advancing on a scale comparable to the recent WannaCry ransomware infection. However, unlike WannaCry, thi

Amazon’s New Deal Will Change Your Food Buying Experience Forever

Amazon has decided to dabble into the grocery industry with its purchase of Whole Foods. For those in the groceries business, Amazon is about to become your biggest worry. Amazon.com recently purchased Whole Foods in a deal worth $13.7 billion. This has essentially made amazon.com one of the most important players in the grocery market of America.

Understand the GDPR Compliance Requirements

GDPR regulations for Europe go into effect very soon, but is your organization ready for the rigor required by these standards? Recent cyber attacks have technology leaders throughout the world reviewing their security requirements, but the European Union is already a step ahead. Their upcoming GDPR, or General Data Protection Requirement, defines

Windows 10 Finally Creates a Solution for Ransomware

Windows recently revealed that their latest version of Widows 10 is immune to ransomware. They also made updates to earlier versions of their OS to protect them. When the WannaCry Ransomware hit a while back, Microsoft took an unusual step of patching all its old operating system. Even the ones it had stopped supporting for various reasons. This s

Microsoft Teams Tips and Tricks

Microsoft Teams is a chat-based work hub destined to change the way you communicate with team members. Follow these tips and tricks to make the most of your Office 365 experience. The goal of Office 365 developers is not only to make better productivity applications, but they also want to allow for a more collaborative experience among users. To a

From Telegraphs to USENET and How to Protect Yourself from Spam

When someone thinks of spam they typically think of unsolicited bulk commercial email they receive in their inbox. However, the concept of spam started a little earlier than you might think. How far back? How does 1864 sound? Spam in 1864 you say? Yes, in the form of a telegraph, advertising a local dentistry actually. The Telegraph was so much new