external January 2018 - BlueRange Technology  

Microsoft Responds to Chromebooks’ Growing Popularity in the EdTech Market

The competition in the EdTech market is limited to just three players; Apple, Microsoft, and Google. The tech giants have strived to outdo each other in this arena with numerous offers, upgrades, and updates. While Apple and Microsoft are the pioneers in this industry, Google took over the U.S. market with Chromebooks. To save its market share, Microsoft brought to the market new products at the beginning of 2018.

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The Evolution of IoT in Healthcare

Despite all the benefits, the Internet of Things in healthcare also comes with its downsides. The amount of data collected by the device can be overwhelming for the healthcare facilities IT departments to manage. Plus, there have been concerns regarding the security of the data, mainly when shared between devices.

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Office 365 vs. G Suite: Finding the Best Collaboration Tools for Your Business

Microsoft Office 365, which includes Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneDrive have long been used for business productivity. Google’s G Suite, formally Google Apps, was first launched back in 2006. Google’s line of products include Docs, Slides, Sheets, Gmail and Google Drive.

Both lines of products offer similar functionality. They both offer cloud file storage, word processing and spreadsheet applications. However, there are some notable differences between these two lines of products. So, which one is right for your business? The answer depends on your business needs. See how Office 365 and G Suite fare against each other in terms of features, pricing and usability.

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Malware Continues to Affect North Carolina Government, School, Business

In 2017, ransomware attacks affected thousands of individuals across the globe, with criminals targeting businesses, governments, hospitals and schools. No organization was spared according to its industry or purpose.

It is a threat that is becoming more frequent and sophisticated with every passing year. And North Carolina organizations have not been spared. From 2010 to 2016, over 50 data breaches were reported to the North Carolina Attorney general by public agencies in the state. Among these offices were city and county government offices, according to the Charlotte Observer, who are increasingly being targeted because they have only recently starting implementing cybersecurity protections.

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