Microsoft Increases Protection From Junk Email in Office 365

Junk Email

Considering the extent to which many businesses rely on email, it is not surprising that the growing number of phishing and spoofing emails making it into people’s inboxes has become more of a problem than a nuisance. Considering Microsoft is one of the largest email providers for commercial users, with over 120 million business users subscribing to Office 365, Microsoft saw an opportunity to provide an additional service to its

A New iPhone Bug Allows Anyone Access to Private Photos

iPhone Bug

If you downloaded Apple’s latest iOS to fix last month’s passcode vulnerability for the iPhone, you’ll be dismayed to learn that another security flaw has recently been discovered in the latest iOS version, 12.0.1.  Read on to learn more about this latest vulnerability, whether or not a solution has been issued by Apple, and what you can do in the meantime. The New iPhone Vulnerability If you have a current

Computer Tip of the Day – Organization makes for Productivity

Organization

There is nothing worse than getting an email from your boss, asking for a file and not being able to find it where you thought you saved it!  Keeping the workspace organized does not just mean the desk, it also means your computer file system! Staying organized and keeping everything in its place saves time, stress, and saves you from having your boss impatiently waiting for you.  Whether you use the

How the IoT Internet of Things is Helping Businesses

The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things, commonly abbreviated as the IoT, is still an evolving concept. The general idea of different devices connecting to one another to share information and optimize task management and data collection is fairly well understood at this point. But the specifics of how this functionality can be applied to everyday life are changing constantly. In business, however, some reliable IoT functions have already begun to impact companies

Is an IT Support Career Right for You?

As information technology has grown to affect nearly every segment of life, careers in IT support have become a coveted and sure career, because almost every company needs them. If you are one of those people who always has friends and family calling you with questions about their computer or smart phone, a career in IT support could be right for you. If you enjoy problem solving, and love finding out about all of the latest gadgets and software, you just may be able to make a career out of something you enjoy doing. There are a number of different degrees you can get that lead to a career in IT. Here is a look at a few of them and average salaries for these careers. Someone with a computer science degree often becomes a programmer, or a software engineer. These careers pay an average of $75,000 to $100,000. According to Monster.com, in a computer science degree, "Students learn about data structures, operating systems and programming, as well as other applications and concepts." An information systems degree can lead to a job in as a systems administrator, a technical support specialist, or a systems analyst. These jobs have average salaries ranging from $75,000- $85,000 a year. According to the same article by Monster.com, an information systems degree is less theoretical than a computer science degree and is more focused on practical application. There are a number of other careers in IT support you can read about more in the above mentioned article. And if you are looking for IT support for your business, contact us at AE Technology Group. We provide unparalleled support for your business.

As information technology has grown to affect nearly every segment of life, careers in IT support have become a coveted and sure career, because almost every company needs them. If you are one of those people who always has friends and family calling you with questions about their computer or smart phone, a career in IT support could be right for you. If you enjoy problem solving, and love finding out about all