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New ‘intelligent’ features coming to O365

New ‘intelligent’ features coming to O365

Every day we see more and more machine learning making its way into our lives. From phones and watches to computers and laptops, it’s hard to do anything in the world today without interacting with ‘intelligent’ computers. Well, Office 365 has taken things to a new level, and will be getting more than a few of these features in the near future.

Android Pay: everything you need to know

Android Pay: everything you need to know

Technology companies have been pushing phone-based payment methods for years now. And the various vehicles for this type of transaction are surprisingly similar, right down to their names: Apple Pay (for iPhones) and Android Pay (for Android devices). For those who have been waiting for Google’s mobile wallet to find its footing, we believe that time has come.

Windows 10 migrations just got easier

Windows 10 migrations just got easier

Last month Microsoft announced that over 400 million devices have Windows 10 installed. But despite the general consensus that those adoption rates are a huge success, Microsoft wants more. Because one of the biggest obstacles to large-scale migrations is varied compatibility among workstation hardware and software, a new tool has been released to analyze and report on the feasibility of making the move to Windows 10. If you’ve got any machines waiting for a worrisome upgrade, this article may contain all the information you need to make it easy.

Microsoft Edge browser becomes more secure

Microsoft Edge browser becomes more secure

Microsoft’s Edge browser has enhanced its security features with new virtualization protocols. By running the browser inside a virtual container, it keeps web content totally separate from the Edge browser and your hard drive. Although it’s a much smaller scale than what we are used to seeing out of Microsoft’s virtualization strategies, this is a gigantic boost to Windows’s native internet browser.

Social engineering and cyber security

Social engineering and cyber security

Social engineering is the ability to manipulate people into willfully giving up their confidential information. The data varies, but in terms of cyber security this usually means passwords and bank information. Criminals are using social engineering to gain access to your business and its network by exploiting employees who often don’t have a clue about what is happening.