An AI Assistant in Microsoft 365: Copilot

2023-05-08T12:29:33-05:00May 18, 2023|Blog, AI, Business, Internet, Tech|

Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer sci-fi; it’s fast becoming a regular part of our day-to-day lives. For Microsoft 365 users, there’s Copilot, an AI-powered assistant. Here’s how it works. Microsoft developed Copilot to help you navigate and operate Microsoft 365. Machine learning, trained by your usage patterns and preferences, [...]

Is ChatGPT Safe for Businesses to Use?

2023-05-08T12:11:57-05:00May 8, 2023|Blog, AI, Business, Cybersecurity, Internet, Tech|

We may not have hovercraft yet, but ChatGPT offers futuristic innovation to businesses. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model designed to generate human-like responses. The increasingly popular AI-powered platform has a wide range of applications. Weigh its advantages against the security implications, though. ChatGPT responds to questions or commands, [...]

What You Need to Know About Browser Extension Risks

2023-02-06T22:55:36-06:00March 29, 2023|Blog, Business, Cybersecurity, Internet|

With “Googling it” now a common expression, it’s safe to say you do a lot online. To do it all you’re using a Web browser (such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, etc.). To do it all more efficiently or effectively, you could be using browser extensions, but this article is going [...]

What Does a Data Breach Look Like?

2023-05-08T11:36:37-05:00March 17, 2023|Blog, Business, Cybersecurity, Managed Services, Tech|

Part of the problem with a data breach is that your business doesn’t know about it until it’s already happened – sometimes well after. Knowing the signs of a data breach can help you mitigate the damage. Don’t get complacent about cybersecurity. There are many things competing for your attention. [...]

Even the Vatican Is Vulnerable to Cyberattack – Are You?

2023-02-06T22:49:58-06:00February 14, 2023|Blog, Business, Cybersecurity, Tech|

You’ve heard it before: no one is immune from cyberattacks. Doubt that statement? The Vatican suffered an attack that prompted it to take its websites offline. Yes, even the Holy See can suffer a Denial of Service (DDoS attack). The November 30, 2022 attack affected the official website. Several [...]

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