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CryptoWall: a new security threat

CryptoWall: a new security threat

Is your business secure from the latest malware and security threats? The truth of the matter is that there is always a chance that your business and systems can be attacked and breached by a variety of security threats. One of the more common threats of last year was a nasty piece of ransomware called Cryptolocker.

Looking at Google Inbox

Looking at Google Inbox

Gmail, whether for personal or business use, is one of the most popular email services in the world. Many people believe that Gmail is actually one of the main reasons web-based email has become so popular. The problem with this is that so much of what we do and who we meet involves emailing and therefore it’s not big surprise that so many of us struggle to manage our inboxes, or even respond adequately to important messages.

Google now allows USB key login

Google now allows USB key login

When it comes to the security of online systems, every security expert is quick to agree that two-step verification is a much stronger way to secure your accounts, especially when compared to using just a password. In fact, many suggest that if it is offered by an online platform, you should enable it.

Google Sheets gets Spell Check

Google Sheets gets Spell Check

When working with cloud-based services like Google Apps, there are a number of important features that business users require. One being the all-important Spell Check. While this has been a feature of Google Docs, it has been largely missing in newer versions of other apps like Sheets; until now that is.

3 Nexus devices coming soon!

3 Nexus devices coming soon!

October has become the de-facto month where Google announces and even releases new mobile devices for their Nexus line. This range offers a pure Android experience, without manufacturer overlays or delays with updates. On October 15, Google officially introduced not one, but three new Nexus devices, along with the next version of Android.

Windows skips 9 and goes straight to 10!

Windows skips 9 and goes straight to 10!

At the end of September, Microsoft held their now annual Windows event, where they announced the next big version of Windows – Windows 10. While it seems a little odd that they are skipping 9 completely, from what we can see, 10 is shaping up to be the best version of Windows to date.