This is probably something everyone should at least be thinking about when they go to sell or return old devices. I will add one thing, however. Earlier versions of some smartphones have been shown to leave behind some data even … Continued
According to a recent Irish study 61% of organizations suffered a data breach last year. I highly doubt that high of a number is unique to Ireland. I would not be surprised if it was higher in some other places. … Continued
Having been in an office, and remote, throughout my career, I don’t think location and proximity have anything to do with it. I’ve worked in the same building with people for years who didn’t even know who I was, and I’ve had great relationships with people I rarely ever see, and I’ve had the opposite, people I’ve worked with very closely in the same location who I have a good relationship with and people I’ve worked remotely with who didn’t get along. All of it comes down to communication.
It turned out to be a bug, but this is less than ideal – Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud-based services for storing and sharing files across multiple computers and with others. It has a strict policy on … Continued
Recently, I was contacted by a media company representative. She was looking for someone for a paid blogging opportunity. A client of theirs wanted to hire someone to write blog posts every month about the legal services industry. The posts … Continued
This is not remotely surprising. First off, because Facebook owns Instagram, they already have access to the same technology that social network uses to allow for users to create stories that only stick around for 24 hours. Secondly, Facebook and … Continued
There’s a lot in this post. You could easily spend hours just going through the guide and downloading apps. Depending on how much privacy and security you need, it is time well spent. If you just want some basic security, … Continued