Cloudflare just made a DNS resolver available that’s faster than Google’s and more private.   If there’s one thing I like in my internet, it’s speed. With busy schedules, no one wants to sit around waiting for a webpage to load. While slow internet browsing is usually blamed on the age of a computer or […]

Insider testers are getting their first taste of this long awaited Long-Term Servicing Channel release.   Microsoft’s Windows Server 2019 is the much anticipated follow-up to the highly adopted and critically successful Windows Server 2016. There’s no need to wait for the release to check it out though, as Microsoft is letting those in its […]

The future has arrived. The experimental realization of a memtransistor will allow computers to think more like people do   Future computers will be able to process and remember information at the same time, just like human brains, thanks to an experiment out of the Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering. Researchers there paired a […]

SIP beats out PRI in terms of reliability, cost-effectiveness and flexibility. Primary Rate Interface (PRI) is the old go-to method for telephone service to big businesses that have a digital PBX system. PRI operates within the ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) system for the transmission of voice and data between your network and a user. […]

Thanks to a surprising competitor, PC gamers are facing graphics card shortages   Graphics card manufacturer giant Nvidia had a banner year last year, with a fiscal year total of almost $10 billion dollars. That number is up 41% from the previous period. While that is wonderful news for Nvidia and hopefully brings about more […]

Just like desktop computers, some smart TVs have a built in design flaw that’s easy to exploit.   Millions of smart TVs have been found to have easy-to-find security flaws that even unsophisticated hackers can exploit. Consumer Reports tested and found that the problem affects televisions made by Samsung, as well as models made by […]

Google Chrome is making helpful changes to make web browsing safer   Starting in July of 2018, Google Chrome will be marking all sites that haven’t adopted HTTPS encryption as “not secure.” For several years, Google has strongly pushed for sites to adopt the HTTPS encryption, but they’re not waiting any longer. When Chrome 68 […]

An algorithm has been created that can help make phones childproof, once and for all.   While there are loads of activity-monitoring apps for phones that aim to keep a handle on what kids do when they get ahold of a smartphone, they need to be added and turned on. Not a difficult thing to […]

This tucked away gem is more important than you think! For the most part, advancing technology trends can be difficult to keep up with, especially when IT may not be your primary business. What, then, can you do to keep competitive technologically while helping to advance your business goals? Focus on your server. This piece […]

Microsoft’s Windows Meltdown patch will not protect your security, if your antivirus software isn’t compatible. Microsoft updated their support page to state that Windows computers will not be protected from security vulnerabilities unless their antivirus software is compatible with the Spectre and Meltdown patches.   Microsoft has been rolling out a series of patches since […]