Tag: Google

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Google zero-day vulnerability

Cybersecurity Threat Advisory: Google zero-day vulnerability

Google has released a new patch for Google Chrome to address critical vulnerabilities in V8, WebRTC, and Chrome OS Shell components. If exploited, the vulnerabilities will allow malicious actors to perform memory corruption and privilege escalation. Barracuda MSP recommends applying...

/ July 12, 2022
Alternate cloud service providers are on the rise

Alternate cloud service providers are on the rise

A much larger percentage of IT organizations appear to be less committed to the top three cloud service providers as it becomes more apparent that the compute and storage platforms being delivered have become commodities. A survey of 458 development...

/ July 6, 2022
Webinar: 7 little changes that will make a big difference with your SEO

Webinar: 7 little changes that will make a big difference with your SEO

We are looking forward to sitting down with Raj Khera, Growth Advisor to B2B SaaS companies and Publisher of MoreBusiness.com, as he walks us through some small tweaks that you can implement today to increase your search engine optimization (SEO)....

/ April 21, 2022
Tech Time Warp: The End of Google Pranks on April Fools’ Day?

Tech Time Warp: The End of Google Pranks on April Fools’ Day?

Out of respect for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Google abstained from its traditional April Fools’ Day tomfoolery during 2020 and 2021. Now in 2022, it appears the pandemic has ended a 20-year streak of online pranks. For this...

/ April 1, 2022
Beware of Google Chrome complacency

Beware of Google Chrome complacency

Google Chrome is about as common in office spaces as a water cooler or a coffeemaker. Chrome is also becoming king elsewhere, unless the systems are Macs, and Safari is the browser of choice. With its minimalist, crisp interface and...

/ March 2, 2022 / 7 Comments
Tech Time Warp: Santy worm brings unwelcome gifts

Tech Time Warp: Santy worm brings unwelcome gifts

Network administrators had to deal with an unfriendly visitor during the 2004 holiday season: the Santy worm. Written in Perl, this malware targeted servers that hosted online bulletin boards running on the free phpBB software.

/ December 23, 2021
Tech Time Warp: The high and lows of the AltaVista search engine

Tech Time Warp: The high and lows of the AltaVista search engine

Since “google” is now legitimately considered a verb (per Merriam-Webster), it’s hard to remember a world in which another search engine was considered innovative. However, there was life before Google — and it was called AltaVista.

/ December 13, 2019
Google continues fighting search engine manipulation

Google continues fighting search engine manipulation

When you have a system like Google Search, the most popular search engine out there, it’s going to lead to manipulation. People want to be at the top of the search results because not being there is akin to not...

/ April 2, 2019
Google launches new authentication service for drop-in identity management

Google launches new authentication service for drop-in identity management

When it comes to identity management, you want to make it as simple as possible. Most small businesses don’t have the development resources to build a solution with solid identity capabilities built-in from scratch. If you can’t afford to build...

/ October 12, 2018
Tech Time Warp: Happy fake birthday, Google

Tech Time Warp: Happy fake birthday, Google

Sept. 27, 2018, marked Google’s 20th birthday — or did it? Since 2006, the omnipresent search giant has celebrated its founding on Sept. 27, but the occasion was celebrated as early as Sept. 7 in years prior. Google acknowledges the...

/ September 28, 2018