Walmart and other businesses are looking into cryptocurrencies, NFTs & virtual land; but will everyone else join them?
The latest feature to be rolled out by Microsoft Teams will make life easier for both business and individual users.
If the fake update is downloaded, the threat actor's exploit kit will encrypt your files and demand Bitcoin payment.
CEO Kris Marszalek said on Twitter that "no customer funds were lost" but questions remain over the unauthorized access.
Tech Giants have been pushing back and postponing their return-to-office dates, but are still purchasing huge office blocks.
Atlas VPN's report will be concerning for businesses and individuals alike, with personal data being leaked at record rates.
Microsoft says the code is "designed to render targeted devices inoperable" and that the full scope of the impact is unknown.
The new tool allows for quick and easy content creation with templates and library images, and includes a free tier.
The tactics used to dissuade workers from voting to unionize were so aggressive that the vote will have to be recast.
Meta is poaching employees from its competitors as it jostles for pole position in the race to build a new reality.
The career-focused network has seen a 231% YoY increase in virtual event attendees, and will launch video events in Spring.
Tips include ensuring that passwords are secure, as well as regularly restarting devices to disrupt the spyware.
Packages purporting to be from Amazon, containing gifts, actually held something much more sinister.
Cybersecurity firm BitDefender's analysis of attacks that took place in November 2021 shows the US is most targeted country.
US Agency says that failing to take steps to protect customer information may violate the Federal Trade Commission Act.
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Here are the top ten tech predictions for the new year and beyond, from experts across a vast range of industries.
With failed product launches, embarrassing leaks, and major court losses, the class of 2021 must do better next year.
It's time to make some promises for your business next year. From remote working to social media, we offer some suggestions.
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