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Better Instagram pics with your camera

August 27th, 2014
Better Instagram pics with your camera

Have you ever looked at images and visuals posted by businesses and users on Instagram? While many users take photos using their mobile devices, there are many images that simply look way too good to be taken with a phone camera, especially the ones without filters.

Changing Android location settings

August 26th, 2014
Changing Android location settings

When you first get your hands on your Android smartphone, you’ll be asked about location services and whether you want to enable them. Google and your carrier will have its own location services that you’ll need to approve as well. But what you might not know is that there are actually a few other options for location services with Android which can affect your smartphone’s security.

What to be aware of with VoIP

August 26th, 2014
What to be aware of with VoIP

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, has become one of the main forms of voice communication used in businesses of all sizes. Because the system uses an Internet connection, many companies often experience decreased costs while being able to do more with than they could with their traditional phone line.

Massive new security threat exposed

August 25th, 2014
Massive new security threat exposed

It seems like nearly every week, and in some cases nearly every day, there is some security breach announced. The vast majority of these assaults tend to revolve around online user accounts, where password, account information, and even usernames are stolen.

What is If This Then That?

August 22nd, 2014
What is If This Then That?

These days many of us have integrated various apps and programs on our computers and mobile devices into our daily lives. The problem many of us face, however, is that apps and programs are all different and many don’t work all that well together, so we need to take time to transfer information or even share the same content.

Creating accessible technology plans

August 21st, 2014
Creating accessible technology plans

In many countries around the world, businesses are required to meet the needs of all employees. For able-bodied employees, one system will usually be able to meet needs, but disabled employees may have different requirements. Therefore, businesses should ensure that they develop an accessible technology plan.

Best apps for iPhone’s address book

August 20th, 2014
Best apps for iPhone’s address book

For many years people have been turning to their smartphones, like the iPhone, to store important contact information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses. But the fact is, people move and change their numbers all the time. Relying solely on your smartphone as a memory bank for your contacts can be risky – you could lose it all if your phone breaks or gets stolen too.

Saving Facebook content to read later

August 19th, 2014
Saving Facebook content to read later

Since its release, Facebook has gone from a college-only network to international site that connects millions of people. With more than half of adult users having more than 200 friends on average, our News Feeds have become a highly congested and constantly changing collage of stories and posts.

Finding installed apps on your iPad

August 14th, 2014
Finding installed apps on your iPad

Apple prides itself on producing products and systems that simply work. This has proven to be a successful concept, as is evident with the sheer number of Apple products out there. The iPad, for example, is arguably the most popular, and useful, tablet with many business owners and managers owning one.

Looking at Google Work for Android

August 13th, 2014
Looking at Google Work for Android

Google’s mobile operating system Android has become one of the most popular systems installed on phones. While the system is feature heavy, many businesses are wary about the overall openness of the system. Earlier this year, Google announced the next version of Android – Android L – which will have a number of business-specific features called Android Work.