On April 8, 2014, Microsoft finally ended support on Windows XP. That means security patches are no longer offered. There have been numerous advisories with a countdown warning about the expiration. Companies have been procuring new computers in the months leading up to the end of life for XP. Some companies who refuse to migrate after all the warnings are trying to bribe Microsoft into keeping support for them.
If you have an iOS device, you may have upgraded as soon as your device prompted you to do so. iOS 7.1 has a lot of bug fixes and enhancements. For example, the iPhone no longer freezes as commonly as it used to when switching calls. The iOS is noticeably faster and more responsive than ever. There are some issues, however...
Whether it's at home or in our businesses, we can probably all agree that network security is incredibly important. Government agencies and Fortune 500 companies spend millions of dollars on it every year. What you probably don't realize is that you don't need a budget like NASA or Apple to do it. In fact, some of the tricks are absolutely free. There is a little bit of a cash investment for some proper hardware and software, but like I always tell my clients; you can't put a price tag on your data!
Give the following some consideration towards improving your network security whether at home, or at your business.
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