For any company, security is crucial. Employees and the way they communicate represent one of the most significant security holes. Email messages, files sent through the network, on USB memory sticks or portable hard drives, these are all things that can be intercepted relatively easily. That is why one of the most critical aspects for the security of a company or institution is how the data is encrypted and how the access to information is controlled. We would like to take a look at one of the best encryption solutions, that can be used locally but also managed remotely.
ASUS has launched three different mesh wireless systems, all of them named Lyra. They began with ASUS Lyra, then ASUS Lyra Trio and now they are launching the ASUS Lyra Mini. Except for the price and their looks, it is difficult to tell them apart and understand what is different between the three models. That's why we decided to make a detailed comparison which covers: their looks, hardware, wireless signal coverage, wireless performance, Ethernet connection speeds, security features, and price. There is a lot of ground to cover, so let's get started:
Gamers worldwide purchase SSD drives for their gaming computers, instead of traditional hard disk drives (HDD). SSD drives are proven to be much faster for writing and reading data, but do they also help you get more frames per second when gaming? To answer this question, we experimented using a desktop computer with a popular video card and switched between using an SSD drive and an HDD drive for gaming. This is what we have learned:The hardware specs of the desktop PC that we used for testing
We performed our tests on a desktop PC with the following hardware:
You are interested in Windows 10, and you want to know how to buy it at an affordable price. Can you get it for free? You can, but only if you buy a new PC or device with Windows preinstalled. What if you want to purchase Windows 10 for your existing computers? Where can you buy it and how much will it cost you? Also, which edition of Windows 10 should you purchase? The answers to these questions are not that obvious, and you need to do a bit of research to answer them. To make things simpler for you, we did some research for you. Here is where you can buy Windows 10 for a lower price:
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration tool, similar to Slack, that offers IRC-style chat rooms for teams. With it, you can chat, share documents, or make video and voice calls. It is an excellent tool for teams of all sizes, especially for those that are not working in the same place. However, Slack had something which Microsoft Teams did not: a free version for small and mid-size businesses. In response, Microsoft announced a free version of Microsoft Teams and some exciting new features. Here is what it has to offer, and why you may want to give it a try:
Huawei P20 Pro stands out through its photography hardware and features. It has three cameras on the back, one on the front, Leica lens, ISO sensitivity that's higher than that of any other smartphone, and artificial intelligence dedicated to taking great pictures. All these sound impressive but what do they mean when you take a picture in real life or when you record a song you like during a concert?
Regularly sitting in front of your computer for long hours means that you increase the risk of developing health problems like visual fatigue, back pain, discopathy, and more. To reduce the health risks, it is a great idea to take regular breaks. The medical advice says that you should take a 5-10 minutes break away from your computer each hour. In some countries, this is also a legal requirement. But how do you do that every day? Use a simple break reminder app like stretchly:
Windows 10 Spring Creators Update has proved to be quite controversial. It was supposed to be available on April 10th, 2018. But it was not, and Microsoft did not explain why. Then, it was clear that a last-minute bug caused the delay, but no one knew exactly what the bug was, when it was going to be fixed and when the new update was going to launch. Today, we finally have a launch date from Microsoft, and a new name:
This year we organized the third edition of our Digital Citizen awards, in which we identified the best antivirus products for Windows. We held a public vote so that we could give our "Reader's Choice 2018" award. To encourage people to vote, we promised several surprise prizes. If you voted in our campaign, read this article and see if you won licenses for some of the best security products on the market:
This year we asked our readers again to cast a vote for their favorite antivirus product. The nominees from which you could choose were the best security products we reviewed in the last couple of months. Alphabetically, your choices were: Bitdefender Total Security, BullGuard Premium Protection, ESET Smart Security Premium, F-Secure Total, G Data Total Security, and Kaspersky Total Security. The voting has ended, and it is time to reveal the antivirus product who won the "Reader's Choice 2018" award: