You can use Google Drive which is always a useful option; it allows you free up storage on your phone and having a least one back up of your photos. It safeguards against loss or theft of your iPhone.
You might not give much thought to that little neon-light blinking box in the corner other than that it provides you with internet access. But your router is a hidden box of tricks; you can use it to tighten security, speed up downloads, get faster streaming services, even if you don’t know your router’s password.
US law enforcement hauls high-profile hackers into the law courts, Russian government unsurprisingly supports hacking, WordPress sites targeted by malware, Tesco remains silent on photo site hack, chip giant Intel aims to protect computers on wheels (cars) and some cyber students creepily ‘kill’ human dummy – with remote hacks.
Remotely accessing someone else’s computer is a great way to help them out, whether it’s just walking them through a few steps on a new program they have or helping children remotely with homework – and thanks to remote access programs it’s real easy to do.
Buyers of second-hand Android phones may tell you that they will wipe your phone before they sell it. It’s best to treat this claim with a little narrow-eyed suspicion as the evidence suggest it’s often not true. Why not learn how to wipe your phone yourself so no trace of your personal life remains on it, before you pass it on?
With 900 million users Gmail is the most popular email service in the world. But backing up your account used to be a complex chore. Not any longer. Some time ago Google launched an archiving or back up service. If you missed this and want to back up your mails, contacts, calendar and other thing, here is how to do it. It’s blindingly simple.
Lithuanian hacker zeroing in on Manchester (why?), banks developing ‘red teams’, spies clumsily revealing secrets, Android devices shipping with pre-loaded spyware, ten hackable baby monitors and the Internet of Things, and only pen and paper can provide the highest security level… it’s never a dull week in the world of tech security.
Online lovers and lusters exposed; identities, cloned cards and rigged football game information for sale; a critical warning for Internet Explorer users; hackers and stock traders busted for $100 million hacked press releases scam; fascinating insight into the future and more.
If you’re running a small business, even if you’ve only got two employees, do you realise you could also ruin your small business if your workers aren’t up to speed with data protection? Not the clunky legislative data protection acts that govern what data we store and how we use it, but the sensitive, operational, day-to-information such as sales figures and customer details. You can use all the technology you want to protect your business, and of course this is important, but if your employees are not ‘data educated’ your protection endeavours may just be pointless.
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