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New Features in Windows 11

              Windows 11, Microsoft’s new operating system (OS), was officially released on October 5, 2021. The rollout of the OS will occur on a rolling basis. New computers with Windows 11 automatically installed are now available for sale. Existing PCs will receive the OS update between October 2021 and mid-2022. The new OS should feel […]

New and Upcoming Changes from Microsoft

New Features in Microsoft Teams and Office Microsoft is expanding its feature in Teams and Office to further accommodate workers that are working in a hybrid environment. These features will begin rolling out in September 2021 and will continue to be added through early 2022. A key new feature in Teams will allow for workers […]

Remote Working Tips

How to make the most out of working from home Remote work is booming now more than ever as people practice social distancing. Here are some ways to improve your remote work experience. Set up remote telephone access Having remote access to your company telephones keeps you from having to use your own phone to […]

New Features on Microsoft Teams

While people are staying home and practicing social distancing, remote work apps have stepped up to help people make the transition to working from home. Microsoft Teams, a digital work space for businesses, is one of these apps. Teams is introducing new features to compete with Zoom, according to CRN. Teams, which has been offering […]

Yottability is OPEN and here to HELP

Dear Valued Customers,  Like many companies, Yottability has been closely monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 virus and its potential impact to our people, communities and our valued customers.   Due to the increase in companies requiring their employees to work remotely, we wanted to highlight some of our services that can keep your business running during this uncertain time.  Rest assured we have […]

Cyber Attacks Increase During COVID-19 Crisis

Cyber attacks and cyber threats have been on the rise as more and more people are working remotely during the coronavirus crisis, according to CNBC. Many meetings and gatherings have moved to Zoom video calls, which have now been susceptible to attacks called “ZoomBombing.” These attacks hijack the screensharing feature to play graphic videos. TechCrunch […]

5 Cyber Security Tips

Protecting your devices from cyber threats doesn’t always have to involve a complete tech overhaul. Simple changes can make a big difference. 1. Make strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts. This task is actually easier than it seems if you have a system for creating passwords, like this Forbes article explains. You could […]

Windows 7 End of Life

Windows 7 will be reaching its end of life phase on January 14, 2020, meaning “Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs” running on all versions of Windows 7. (source) Users must upgrade or replace their devices to transition to Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 Home, which requires the following […]

On the Fear of 5G

While there are countless tech and business articles praising 5G, there are also articles listing the harms that it could bring. But is this fear of 5G rational? One concern people have about 5G is its health effects. The potential damage brought by radio frequency radiation (RFR) has been feared since the dawn of cellphone […]

Eco-friendly Tech Tips

This year marks the 22nd annual Earth Day, and there are countless things to do to help the planet. Within tech, eco-friendly actions include reducing E-waste, using less paper, and turning off devices.