6 Ways to Improve Small Business Sustainability

Credit to Author: Schneider Electric| Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2023 13:00:00 +0000

Incorporating sustainability in your small business is the best first step to reducing waste from your and your consumer’s end. With the increasing awareness amongst the audience regarding the current status of the planet, even they prefer sustainable businesses and leave minimum or zero waste…

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Enterprise resilience: Backup and management tips for iOS, Mac

Credit to Author: Jonny Evans| Date: Fri, 06 Mar 2020 06:30:00 -0800

Apple’s solutions are seeing increasing use across the enterprise, but do you have a business resilience strategy in place in case things go wrong?

If you’re one of the estimated 73% of SMBs that have not yet made such preparation, now might be a good time to start.

Your data is your business

It’s challenging enough when a consumer user suffers data loss as precious memories and valuable information go up in the digital smoke. Natural disasters, technology and infrastructure problems or human-made problems such as burglary, cyberattacks or civil unrest can all impact the sanctity of your systems, whatever platform you use. It matters because in today’s connected world, your data is your business.

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Microsoft to end updates to Windows 7's free AV software, Security Essentials

Credit to Author: Gregg Keizer| Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:05:00 -0800

Microsoft will not provide new malware signatures for its home-grown Security Essentials software after it retires Windows 7 in five weeks.

“No, your Windows 7 computer is not protected by MSE ((Microsoft Security Essentials)) after January 14, 2020,” the company said in a support document mainly concerned about the Extended Security Updates (ESU) being shilled to enterprises. “MSE is unique to Windows 7 and follows the same lifecycle dates for support.”

Security Essentials, a free antivirus (AV) program that launched in 2008, was originally limited to consumers. However, in 2010, Microsoft expanded the licensing to small businesses, defined as those with 10 or fewer PCs. Two years after that, MSE was replaced by Windows Defender with the launch of Windows 8.

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