Month: May 2019
Microsoft security officials say they are confident an exploit exists for BlueKeep, the recently patched vulnerability that has the potential to trigger self-replicating attacks as destructive as the 2017 WannaCry attack that shut down computers all over the world.
As per the recent statistics, both Google Play Store and Apple Play Store have more than two million applications each and with every day passing this number will keep on increasing. Having sites that will always outrank the position of your app on the Google search, is an ever-growing concern for companies and brands out […]
We’ve all heard of them. And if you’re lucky, you’ve been a part of one: the standout team with effortless flow in the workplace. This team appears to have an extrasensory quality to their group dynamic that makes no task impossible.… Read More... “3 Ways to Improve Your Group Dynamics Through Your Hiring Process”
Your customer service employees are your front line. They must help, inspire, connect, and act as a reflection of your company values. But you can only provide top notch customer service with the right individuals in place.
Excellent customer service starts with outstanding hires.… Read More... “5 Traits To Look for When Hiring Customer Service Employees”
If you’re looking for a 4K HDR TV with smarts, there’s no shortage of options. But this is the best one you’ll find today: Best Buy is selling a 55-inch Sharp 4K TV with HDR and Roku TV built in for $300, good for $150 off its $450 list price.
Driving can be a soothing and cathartic experience. If you have the right personality type, you may even be able to make a career out of it. People who are patient, detail-oriented, and responsive tend to make the best and safest drivers.… Read More... “Love the Road? How to Make Driving into a Career”
To make the smartphone charging experience more convenient and powerful, charging pads have emerged in the last few years. One of the latest to hit the market is the iOttie iON wireless mini fast charging pad. Here are my thoughts after using one of these charging pads for a few weeks.… Read More... “iOttie iON Wireless Mini Portable Charging Pad: Fast and Convenient”
There’s a lot of great content in the Apple TV app, and Apple wants to help you discover it by offering notifications for new content. If you find this less than helpful, iOS lets you modify (or disable) these notifications.
A lot of TV notifications you receive aren’t even for content you’ll be able to watch.… Read More... “How to Disable Apple TV Notifications on iPhone and iPad”
Yesterday, Microsoft announced a bombshell: Developers would soon be allowed to add full native win32 games to the Microsoft Store. Since the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has pushed Universal Windows Platform apps as the future, but with this latest shift in strategy, it’s hard to see any future for UWP.… Read More... “Daily News Roundup: Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps Are Seemingly on Life Support”
Cybercrimes are not abating any time soon. Hackers who have become tech-savvier are always on the prowl launching attacks with renewed vigor. They are not leaving out anybody, individuals, governments, charity organizations, as well as big and small businesses, are all targeted.… Read More... “Repositioning Your Brand Against Cybercrimes Through VPNs”
Children are emotional. Protecting them matters. When it comes to technology, do you want developers you don’t know over whom you have no control watching what your children do on their devices?
Apple recently cut developers off from using MDM software to drive third-party parental control solutions.