We’re happy to announce the launch of a new product: Silverleaf PRIME IT.
Have you noticed a “Get Windows 10” message popping up on your PC lately? It’s probably because you are running an old copy of Windows 7/8, and because you have managed to avoid doing Microsoft’s recommended upgrade to Windows 10 thus far. Continue reading “Windows 10 Upgrade FAQ”
The following changes to our policies and pricing will go into effect starting January 1, 2016:
The Identity Theft Resource Center, which tracks data breaches, has counted 381 reported breaches and 10.8 million records exposed from the start of the year through June. Below is a slide show with some of the worst of these for the first quarter: Continue reading “Worst Data Breaches of 2014…So Far”
I am proud to announce that Silverleaf Computer Services is now a full-fledged member of the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce! Continue reading “Joining the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce”
Security researchers have discovered a serious vulnerability in OpenSSL, the cryptographic software library that protects many web sites on the internet. Here’s what that means for you, the average user.
The media is understandably drawn to stories which immediately grab the attention of potential readers. This can involve salacious stories of the antics of celebrities and politicians, or the simplification of complex international conflicts.
Stories which feature vast sums of money or riches made quickly and effortlessly always make for great headlines and good reading, as the average person vicariously envisions themselves suddenly and miraculously achieving great wealth.
Such was the case recently with the mobile game Flappy Bird.
What is the difference between Apple, Google, and Microsoft? The “Big Three” tech companies, while in competition with each other in various segments, each have their own distinct financial profile: the best way to understand the differences between these three publicly traded companies is to look at the detailed reports each is required to file every quarter.
Here’s the breakdown, using the segments that each company uses to define how its business is organized: