Research testing is an important factor in determining the best security available…
As we’ve shared in our populating “Ransomware Attacks of 2016” blog, we’ve learned this year has caused a major concern among businesses and public sector organizations regarding malware attacks.
In a recent survey of 275 IT experts put out by Researchscape International, 65% of those interviewed believe hacking and privacy breaches are top customer security concerns of this year…
Of those who say they do not currently own a tablet PC — 58% said they plan to buy a tablet PC this holiday season.
Do you own a Tablet PC? Tell us about it…
Results of PC Pitstop’s August 2012 Survey are in…
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Over 3,000 of you responded to our Cell Phone & PC Usage Survey.
The intital analysis of the September Online Backup Survey is in. 4,084 surveys were completed and a stunning 26.5% of respondents say they never backup their systems.
The results of our Malware Survey are in. Over the last 2 years, online threats have cost consumers nearly 8.5 billion dollars. How are other Pitstoppers protecting their PCs?
The results of our Social Bookmarking Survey are in. Despite the considerable buzz surrounding this trend, responses to our survey suggest not everyone Diggs bookmarking.
Our June Tech Support Survey results confirm that the PC Pitstop community is filled with computer users who prefer to solve their own PC related problems and are frequently asked to help others with similar issues.
The results of our Windows XP SP3 Survey are in. 1 in 4 surveyed have experienced problems with XP SP3 & 75% of those users have not been able to resolve all of their problems.
The results of our May 2008 Craplets & Bloatware Survey:
The results of our April 2008 Search Survey are in. What search engine dominates? How many respondants have plugged their own name into a search engine?
The initial analysis of our March 2008 SPAM Survey results are in. How are other Pitstoppers coping with Spam? Is the amount of Spam increasing? Does Spam use up valuable time? Are critical messages getting lost in Spam filters?
Thanks to all who participated in our recent newsletter survey. Be on the lookout for changes to the newsletter in the near future – that reflect your opinions and suggestions.