Microsoft has been in the thick of those technology changes in law firm practice because Microsoft’s software products, such as Office 365, run on every computer and mobile device.
May 12th, 2021, was a historic day in the national cybersecurity landscape. On this day, President Biden issued a comprehensive 32-page regulation dubbed the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.
Since the onset of the coronavirus, there has been an increase in businesses using Zoom videoconferencing to keep in touch with clients, suppliers, and coworkers. There has also been an exponential surge in security issues where unwanted visitors are gaining unauthorized access to Zoom meetings.
Living in a technology era that sees device upgrades and new products on what seems like an almost weekly basis, it’s difficult to imagine that Windows 7 has remained in play since its release in 2009.
Apple is yet to disclose how much it is going to reward a 14-year-old U.S. teenager for discovering a massive security breach on its FaceTime video call system. It is believed that part of the reward money will be set aside for his high school education fund.
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Recently considered outside the realm of possibility, artificial intelligence (AI) has become more commonplace in modern businesses. As technology evolves, applications and tools with these capabilities will continue to transform various industries, including the legal profession.
From its inception, Microsoft has been defining and redefining business. According to History, Microsoft was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen in April of 1975. The company introduced the Windows operating system in 1985. In 1995, it released its web-browser, Internet Explorer. Prior to the Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference for IT developers and professionals, the company announced the expansion of its Dynamics 365 portfolio.
The National Hurricane Center is now saying that Florence has maximum sustained winds of 115mph, with gusts to 140mph. It is now a Category 4 storm and is expected to hit the Southeastern US coast on Thursday.
Hurricane Florence is spinning up to be a Category 4 Hurricane. It’s predicted to make landfall between North Carolina and Georgia this week. Virginia may be impacted when Florence comes ashore at the end of this week.
Reports have begun to pour in regarding a new ransomware infection currently wreaking havoc in Russia,...