Samsung Electronics is looking to change the way we use Wi-Fi in a big way. Samsung recently announced that its been developing a new 60GHz Wi-Fi technology that increases data transmission speeds fivefold. Currently the maximum speed with existing consumer electronic devices is 866Mbps or 108MB per second. But with Samsung’s 802.11ad standard 60GHz Wi-Fi… Read more »
After the reports came out that Microsoft was releasing their new operating system (OS) under the name Windows 10, the biggest concern by the internet populous and Windows users everywhere was, what happened to Windows 9? Obviously 7 ate 9 (not really). The real reason why Microsoft went with the moniker of Windows 10 was… Read more »
A Kickstarter for the new streaming internet and media dongle, Matchstick, has been started this week. Matchstick will be the first WiFi HDMI-streaming stick that uses the Mozilla Firefox OS. This device is similar in design to Google’s Chromecast. Taking jabs at the Chromecast, the creators of the Matchstick say that the versatility of… Read more »
In today’s internet society, whether you’re a big conglomerate or a small business, your business’s information should be kept safely and is of the utmost importance. If a client cannot view your company as somewhere where their personal information should be considered safe, then you will have an image problem, and that can hurt business…. Read more »
Pat joined us last year today as the VP of Technology Sales. He has been a great asset to our organization and we love having him as part of the team. Happy anniversary Pat!
Ryan Gnann’s birthday is on Sunday and mine is tomorrow. It is very fitting that two of CyberTrails best would have back to back birthdays Happy Birthday Ryan and Happy Birthday to me!
Microsoft Corp rushed to create the fix after learning of the bug in the operating system over the weekend when cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc warned that a sophisticated group of hackers had exploited the bug to launch attacks in a campaign dubbed “Operation Clandestine Fox. Microsoft on Wednesday initially said it would not provide the… Read more »
Microsoft Corp is rushing to fix a bug in its widely used Internet Explorer web browser after a computer security firm disclosed the flaw over the weekend, saying hackers have already exploited it in attacks on some U.S. companies. PCs running Windows XP will not receive any updates fixing that bug when they are released,… Read more »
Jim has been with CyberTrails for 2 years as of 4/20 this Sunday. He started in our NOC and now he works on-site for one of our larger clients. Happy Anniversary Jim!
Microsoft Corp released its final security updates for Windows XP and Office 2003 on Tuesday as security experts warned users that they could soon be prime targets for cyber attacks if they do not abandon the products. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/09/us-microsoft-windows-idUSBREA371KA20140409?feedType=RSS&feedName=technologyNews