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Microsoft to rebrand some Office 365 commercial plans as 'Microsoft 365'

Microsoft to rename some Office 365 commercial plans as ‘Microsoft 365’

Microsoft to rename some Office 365 commercial plans as ‘Microsoft 365’. When Microsoft first introduced “Microsoft 365” a few years ago, the term and name meant something very specific. Microsoft 365 was a bundle of Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security. As of today, this no longer holds true. Today Microsoft…
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IT Support

What is IT Support?

The term IT Support can be very broad and general. From the job details to what they cover in a day to day operation. This is why in this blog we will go over all these details along with comparing IT support from an internal employee compared to using a third party. Let’s get started.…
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Twitter is rolling out a new web interface

Twitter is rolling out a new web interface.

Twitter is rolling out a new web interface in the next few weeks. Some new features of this rollout are simple things like a newly designed emoji button. Some of the most important changes are a few shortcuts to make tweeting easier. Even though we think it was already pretty straight forward. A large, dedicated…
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Windows 7 No Longer Supported

Windows 7 is No Longer Supported

As many of you may already know, Windows 7 is long longer supported after today. This includes security updates and other patches. Windows 7 has been in use for almost 11 years after its first launch in the New York City marketing campaign. “I’m a PC, and Windows 7 was my idea” was the message…
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Everything you need to know about 5G

Everything you need to know about 5G in 2020

Everything you need to know about 5G in 2020. With so many carriers like Verizon and AT&T hyping up 5G the time has come on some clarity about their next-generation cellular networks and what they will realistically do. Where you can find 5G Back in 2019 AT&T and Verizon some of the largest American carriers,…
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US Coast Guard discloses Ryuk ransomware hack.

US Coast Guard discloses Ryuk ransomware hack.

The US Coast Guard discloses Ryuk ransomware hack that recently caused a maritime facility for over 30 hours. Per the Coast Guard bulletin posted December 16, 2019. “Forensic analysis is currently ongoing but the virus, identified as ‘Ryuk’ ransomware,” the US Coast Guard (USCG) said in a security bulletin meant to put other port authorities…
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New Orleans Government Hit With Cyberattack

New Orleans Government hit with Cyberattack

New Orleans Government hit with a Cyberattack. Since 11 A.M. local time city employees have been experiencing issues with their computers. However, it is not clear if the cyberattack included ransomware. This means the computers are locked with encryption and can’t be used. Until they remove the ransomware and hope to decrypt the files. Or…
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Ransomware attack hits major US data center provider

Ransomware attack hits major US data center provider

CyrusOne, which is one of the biggest data center providers in the US, has been hit with a ransomware attack, we at Rezz Tech have learned. In an email, a CyrusOne spokesperson confirmed this incident. In addition to CyrusOne working on this internally, they have reported that they are currently working with law enforcement and…
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2019 13-inch MacBooks are Randomly Shutting Down

2019 13-inch MacBooks are Randomly Shutting Down

Recently Apple posted a support document on their website for entry-level MacBook pro-13-inch 2019 about randomly shutting down. This MacBook was introduced back in July with two Thunderbolt 3 ports. The document goes over some troubleshooting steps that you can take in order to help fix your issue. Troubleshooting Per Apple’s website, these are the…
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Microsoft to launch xCloud in 2020, with PS4 controllers and PC streaming on the way

Microsoft to launch xCloud in 2020, with PS4 controllers and PC streaming on the way.

Microsoft has plans to launch its xCloud game streaming service sometime in the year 2020. Along with plans to expand its Windows 10 PC’s next year as well. “My expectation is that it will be generally available in 2020,” says Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s head of gaming, in an interview with The Verge. Which can be…
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