Nothing has dominated the personal and professional computing world over the last few decades like Microsoft’s Windows operating system; however, nothing lasts forever. Check out this article by Zach Epstein on how Windows may be going out: Is this how Microsoft Windows finally Dies?
Many of us use Quicktime on our PCs for viewing video; however, that looks like it won’t be the case for much longer. Click below for an article by Dan Goodin, the Security Editor at Ars Technica, detailing what Apple has been doing and what they have planned for the popular video app. Apple Stops Patching… Read More »
Richmond is a craft beer city and the Science Museum of Virginia is tapping into the enthusiasm with Science on Tap! Hosted by the Emerging Leaders Council, this event features a host of Virginia’s finest craft beers and ciders and also offers an exciting look at the science behind brewing. Food trucks, local vendors and… Read More »
Passwords-they’re still the first line of defense for protecting your most valuable small business assets. From financial data to health records, strong password practices keep information safe from unauthorized eyes. Does your small business even have a password policy? If not, why not? If so, is your password policy up to date, and do your… Read More »