4-Step Computer Security Upgrade
Learn to encrypt your files, secure your computer when using public Wi-Fi, enable two-factor authentication, and use good passwords.
Then, it was the early July announcement of an unbelievably cheap upgrade to Windows 8. (You know your past pricing has been pretty steep when you have to put up a lengthy FAQ to convince people that yes, you really are only charging $40 for an upgrade.)
All this activity suggests that Microsoft is trying very hard to overcome the classic objections its users have had to purchasing upgrades: high cost and lack of significant feature improvements. In other words, “I can get along fine with what I already have, thank you very much.”
But what about you? Are any of these upgrades worth the time, trouble, and expense for your practice?