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Microsoft Defender for Individuals: What Is It and What Does It Do?

Microsoft, one of the biggest technology giants in the world, must prioritize security. While often adding security apps to M365, most assume the features are only for businesses. Don’t be mistaken, there is Microsoft Defender for individuals: what is it and what does it do? With the pandemic not far behind us, our view on…

Teenager Claims Responsibility For Major Uber Data Hack

On this installment of “Another Week, Another Hack” we’re talking about Uber. Where a teenager claims responsibility for major Uber data hack.  Let’s get into it   Teenager Claims Responsibility for Uber Attack During the middle of September, the world’s largest ride-sharing company, Uber Technologies was looking into a serious cyber security breach that led them…

Are You Really Installing Zoom… or is it Malware?

Zoom is one of the first names that comes to mind when you think about applications for remote work and online communication. When you actually go to download the Zoom app, are you really installing Zoom… or is it malware? The truth is, the popularity growth of Zoom has left the door open for hackers….

The Top Vulnerabilities That Hackers Are Exploiting 

Software vulnerabilities are a regrettable aspect of using technology. A programmer releases a software containing millions of lines of code. Then, hackers scan for vulnerabilities in the coding that will allow them to breach a system. Here are the top vulnerabilities that hackers are exploiting right now. Developers regularly find vulnerabilities to patch and fix….

Best New Features From Windows 11

As some of you may know, we at STG Info Tech are members of the Microsoft Partner Network. You can say it’s basically our job to let you know what all the best new features from Windows 11 are. So that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Let’s get into it Moving from Microsoft 10…

Are Employees Doing Less – Working From Home?

Microsoft has become the productivity leader over many decades. Can you image performing daily tasks without their software? The tech giant recently conducted a productivity survey where some of the result may surprise. One of them being, are employees doing less – working from home? This productivity survey was taken from 20,000 people working from companies in 11…

Digital Workplace Mistakes Most Businesses Make

The pandemic experience is one that all businesses share. It required major adjustments on how they operate. It no longer makes sense for everyone to work in the office. Many businesses are still adjusting to the remote work model. This blog post will go over the digital workplace mistakes most businesses make. Due to the…

The Right Questions You Should Be Asking Your MSP

Coming from a managed IT service provider (MSP) in Los Angeles, we know there’s a lot of MSP’s out there. It can be easy to settle and end up with one that’s not a good fit. You may be wondering, what are the right questions you should be asking your MSP? In our experience, preparing…

Why Android 13 is Better for Business

Our phones do more than just make calls and send messages. Some would say they couldn’t live without their mobile device. Especially at work. Google is coming out with an operating system that may just be the perfect work companion. Today, we’re looking into why Android 13 is better for business. Every now and then,…

Small Businesses Are Hacked 3x More Than Larger Ones

Have you felt more protected from cybersecurity attacks because your business is smaller? Perhaps you believe the business possesses nothing that a hacker could want. How can they even know about your small business? Well, let’s get into why small businesses are hacked 3x more than larger ones. This thought processes is a common misconception…