How to keep dated software up and running

Enterprises, SMBs, government agencies and other organizations wield a variety of applications to perform even the most basic of functions on any given day. From a user experience perspective, this isn't a bad thing, especially since user interfaces are purposefully designed with fluid multi-tasking in mind. But from an enterprise IT perspective, m...

How can Deep Freeze help schools?

In the ongoing fight against cybercrime, it's the IT department's responsibility to make sure a company's computer network is as secure as possible and to expunge any threats that may occur. Within the education system, as standardized testing becomes more widespread and the administration of exams depends more on computer systems, it's even more ...

4 Essential Software Solutions IT Admins Must Use

Keeping computer systems free of malware is one of the most important jobs of any IT administrator. Maintaining the health of your IT infrastructure is essential to business functions, and new threats are created every day. IT admins need to be prepared for the possibility of intrusion so that their companies can thrive. With the cost of a data...

Top 10 Types Of Malware To Protect Your Enterprise From

When it comes to keeping systems safe, enterprises need to learn what they're protecting their devices and software from in order to maintain the highest security. There are many different kinds of malware - from viruses to Trojans to ransomware - and it's crucial to learn how to distinguish these infections in order to combat them. New strain...

10 Tips for Keeping Malware Off Your Enterprise Computers

Adhering to these 10 tips can help keep malware off of your computer.
Cyberattacks and malware have become an increasingly prevalent threat to businesses in the last few years, and the effects they have on businesses can be devastating. Keeping critical IT assets safe from cybercriminals is difficult, but it can be done. Below are 10 tips to help enterprises keep malware and other threats off of their computers: <...