Microsoft lists a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip as one of Windows 11’s minimum hardware requirements. Although it was introduced in 2014, that update is not included in the chipsets of many computers only two or three years old. You may be wondering how you can bypass this rule and save money in the process.
Working from home is here to stay, and more businesses will continue to implement either a fully remote work policy or adopt a hybrid work model . Some employees, however, may find it difficult to be as productive at home as they are at the office, especially if they don’t have sufficient internet bandwidth.
Your business may have all the latest cybersecurity solutions installed, but if you haven’t updated your computers’ firmware in a while, you may still be at risk of an attack that could compromise your equipment or breach your data. Here’s how updating firmware can beef up your company’s cyber defenses.
Servers are at the heart of most small- and medium-sized business (SMBs) operations. One of the most often overlooked maintenance variables is temperature management. Understanding the importance of keeping your servers cool will help you implement measures that can prevent, at the very least, poor performance or at worst a full network disaster.