Apple-related cyberthreats usually come from one of two people: someone who has physical access to your Mac, or someone who has virtual access over an unsecured network connection. Fortunately, protecting your Mac is a fairly simple process. Let’s take a look at what it entails.
Microsoft has announced updates, including new capabilities in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook for iOS and Mac. Office 365 subscribers can now easily drag-and-drop Office files, co-edit documents in real time, and enjoy other enhancements previously unavailable to Apple users.
iOS 11, Apple’s last major mobile OS update, has had a mixed reception mainly due to the battery issues it caused many devices. With the release of iOS 11.3, the tech company is fixing that issue, providing the usual security patches, and adding a ton of features.
Laptops may not be the most powerful computers, but the benefits they provide are undisputable. For one thing, they deliver a similar user experience to your huge desktop PC, but much more conveniently and affordably. But before you reap their many benefits, learn five precautionary steps you should take before using them.
From important work contacts to your favorite holiday photos in Cabo, it’s hard to imagine losing files on your Android phone. In the event of your device getting stolen, lost, or damaged, it’s better to be prepared and make sure that your most precious data is backed up.
Apple cyber incidents have increased steadily over the past few months. In 2017, we’ve witnessed several Mac ransomware strains and a host of other computer viruses. Recently, Apple discovered a major security flaw with macOS High Sierra. Read on to find out more.
If you’re an experienced Mac user, you’ve probably mastered many of the handiest keyboard shortcuts. But there’s plenty more beyond Control + C (copy), Control + X (cut), and Control + V (paste). Here’s a look at some of the less common Mac keyboard shortcuts that will save you time.
Microsoft recently announced that it’s revamping Outlook’s user interface and improving certain features. The redesign is aimed at decluttering the desktop version and align it with the much cleaner and more user-friendly iOS version. Mac and Windows users can look forward to a sleeker design, better features, and reduced complexity.
There are several improvements in Apple’s recently launched macOS High Sierra, and Apple enthusiasts should be thrilled. These include an overhauled interface, faster processing, more efficient storage management, and a long list of application updates.
When new malware surfaces, many people often assume that it’s designed to attack Windows computers. However, Mac malware has been growing in popularity. Earlier this year, security researchers unearthed a new strain of spyware that may have been silently monitoring Mac computers for years.