Security Improvements in ransomware protection in Windows 10 Ransomware is the most extensive digital danger to safety and productivity now a day. Its impact is touched everywhere around the world. No computer user is safe, from the average home users that they could lose the ability to perform daily Internet activities, and all the way to organizations whose business operations can be toothless by ransomware infection are affected. Many high-profile events have demonstrated that ransomware can have shattering effects on all of the desktop users. Microsoft upgrades their Windows 10 to be more secure because they recognize that the threat to output that shameless modern cybercrime represents and capitalizes significantly in a thoughtful and simple strategy that is showing to be effective as new attacks arise. Microsoft has observed that extremely skilled and well-funded attackers can find unexpected paths to their aims. So, they detect and help avoid these threats with advanced defence services such as Windows Defender Antivirus and Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection. Microsoft’s Windows Defender AV on Windows 10 controls the power of the cloud and artificial intelligence built on top of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph to quickly identify new threats, this include ransomware, as it first sees anywhere around the globe. In the Windows 10 Creators Upgrade, they significantly improved the ability of Windows Defender AV to recognize and stop ransomware more efficiently and faster than ever. With the Windows 10 Creator update, it will have a deeper level of the technical details on the ransomware detailed investments in Windows 10 Creators Update. Security structures built in Windows 10 reflect their next-gen,...
One of the hardest things about applying for a job is creating a resume cover letter and a cover letter. When creating a resume, you want to put in your objectives as the first section of your resume. The reason why objectives are important for employers is because what are the benefits of hiring you and what you’re going to be bringing into the company. Try adding in past experiences would make the resume look good. One way in making your resume look good is include the name of the company within the objective statement. According to livecareer.com there are some examples that you can use. Examples like “Looking to utilize skills in customer service and working with computers as a Technical Support Specialist for ABC company.” Another example is “Seeking employment as a Technical Support Specialist with ABC company to use extensive background in answering inquiries about computer systems and developing training manuals for fellow employees.” These are good examples for those going into the IT field. You want to have your objective straight to the point. When writing a resume, it’s important to list your education and past experiences, I believe that is important because half of the time people don’t have much knowledge about computers or as not as tech savvy as other people. I think one of the best ways that people can do when creating a resume to apply for an IT job is list the skills that they have. Most of the time you will be dealing with hardware/software issues and would need to have the knowledge to troubleshoot. Other times you will...
This fall update for windows is pretty useful and cool and fun to use. This update will help IT student be more creative and give them more to work with when presenting. One of the best features is the virtual reality update you can use VR equipment in the Microsoft store for games and videos. The most useful is being able to share data with multiple devices quick and easy. You can quickly send Website links, articles, and searches from your phone to your computer or computer to your phone. This can be useful if the website is running slow on your phone so you send it to your computer which is more powerful so it will run better. You can also send articles so if you are reading one on your phone and the screen is too small so you send it to your computer and you will have a bigger display. You could be doing a research project and you have a lot running on your computer because being an IT student you will have a lot of programs running, so you can now put websites on your phone so you use less of your RAM. Another new feature is being able to pin your favorite contacts to your task bar. So now you can quick send an email to a friend or a group when you are working on a group project for an IT class. Since being an IT student you will be using a lot of programs it is nice to just be able to go to your task bar and access your important contacts, while working on home work or projects. With this update you can...
I just wanted to share with you that I was just offered a three month contract with good potential to get hired on, at Crosscom. They are an IT consulting firm for Kohl's department store. Just thought I would share the good news with you. Thank you for all of your advice, especially with the internship course, over the past couple of years! Thank you, Justin Peterson, (June, 2015)
"I cannot stress enough how much I enjoyed my experience at MATC IT Computer Support Program. I have made so many friends and good people. Along with that I received knowledge to help me with my career. I really enjoyed many of these classes. I really like the mobile device classes. I am not sure where technology will go but I am along for the ride and this program helped get me on my way!!! “ Andrew Jones, (May, 2015)
"I believe IT Computer Support Specialist at MATC is a great program. I enjoyed everything from the easiest things to the most challenging things, it all added to my learning experience. All the necessary materials were provided from me to finish the course sufficiently and all my needs were met with in the program. This program is a great start for any person trying to pursue a career or interest in the IT world.!!! “ Matthew Spain, (December, 2015)
“The sharing of ideas and experiences is what makes the classrooms both enjoyable and worth the time to attend. “ Bob Schneidler, (May, 2014) letter
“Thanks to all of the instructors and fellow classmates with whom I've worked; it was a great learning experience.” Brian Wilson, (May, 2014) letter
“Thank you very much for everything you have done. Last Friday was my graduation and I am truly honored and proud to be part of MATC. I have to be honest, my experience here in MATC was just one of kind and will be definitely always be thankful. “ Ben Azcueta, (December, 2015) letter
“I just wanted to reach out and thank you for your help at MATC - there were many bumps in the road - I was just offered a new job in support - and the salary is $47,000 a year - I am overwhelmed that an associates would yield this sort of compensation. Again thank you and I'll be in touch for more schooling at some point I am sure.” Chris Taschner, (June, 2014) text message
“I’ve learned more about the business of IT than I ever knew; concepts which will likely come to underpin my further progress.” Justin Schroeder, (June, 2014) letter