More people working from home has led to increased cyber attacks on businesses across Japan. Here are a few WFH Do’s and Don’ts to make your home office a safer one.
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On October 1st, 2020 Microsoft unveiled the new Surface Laptop Go, offering premium Surface design at an exceptional value, along with some exciting new accessories and upgrades to the high-end Surface Pro X.
Keeping your network up-to-date and secure is an ongoing process. As part of this process it is highly recommended to give your hardware firewall some attention – often left on their own after installation (or updated only annually), these silent protectors ensure your networks are safe from active threats.
As Tokyo and the rest of Japan push more recommendations on work from home, we at METHOD IT realized many of our friends and customers need the flexibility to get a personalized setup that works to help bring your office to your home. The METHOD IT Procurement Shop is here to get you all you need to succeed – with great prices and easy-to-understand packages.
As more and more of us look set to work remotely for the long term, we all need a group chat platform that is reliable, secure, and feels comfortable to use. Microsoft continues to announce new features to improve collaboration for teleworkers in Teams, including the unique ‘Together mode’ and meetings for up to 300 participants.
We are proud to announce the launch of METHOD MEDIUM – our new approach to E-Com, Web Dev, and Design solutions for small and medium-sized businesses both in and out of Japan.
Surprising stats for 2019 show that Macs are almost twice as vulnerable as Windows PCs to malware threats
A serious security vulnerability in Internet Explorer could let attackers run malicious code via a memory handling bug. A small number of cases of active use have been confirmed.
Microsoft released an all-new, cross-platform version of the Edge browser via Windows Update and as a standalone app on January 15, 2020. Why so important? It’s been built from the ground up using the same browser engine as Google Chrome.