Monthly Archives: December 2017

Are the encrypted sites you visit safe?

Dec
22
2017

You can easily tell whether a website is encrypted, and therefore safe, if a padlock icon appears next to its URL and if it starts with HTTPS (instead of just HTTP). Unfortunately, hackers now use the very same tool that’s …

Posted in Security

Is your laptop spying on you?

Dec
20
2017

Strict parents can monitor their kids’ online activities, law enforcement officers can see your outgoing messages, and some employers can (unethically) check whether employees are on Facebook during working time. All they need to do is install a keylogger on …

Posted in Hardware

New add-ons for Gmail!

Dec
19
2017
Posted in Web & Cloud

Why your business need IAM

Dec
15
2017

You might not be interested in learning about IT, and we don’t blame you, you didn’t start your business to master the ins and outs of servers. But whether you like it or not, your business relies heavily on technology …

Posted in Business

Facebook Messenger’s Best Feature Yet?

Dec
11
2017

In November, 2017, Facebook announced that their extremely popular Facebook Messenger application would allow businesses to speak to customers on both their own websites and from within Facebook Messenger. Read on to discover how your business can benefit from this …

Posted in Social Media

Do more with Microsoft Office!

Dec
08
2017

Have you been putting off learning about all the features in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint? We don’t blame you. But mastering them can be extremely beneficial. That said, here are some free training videos that will help you get …

Posted in Office

What you need to know about VPNs

Dec
06
2017

With stories of large-scale data breaches and internet service providers tracking internet habits, online privacy is becoming a rare commodity. Incognito mode and private browsing features may be able to cover up your browsing history, but they don’t completely protect …

Posted in Security

Tips and tricks to prolong laptop battery life

Dec
01
2017

A laptop would just be a cold piece of aluminum with a flat battery if you don’t have a power socket at hand. It’s hard to get any work done when you’re peppered with pop-ups and warning messages when the …

Posted in Hardware