Facebook – Warning to avoid impersonation attacks

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 This USA Today article shares dangers of impersonation attacks actively circulating: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/2016/04/30/dont-become-victim-facebook-impostor/83726928/ Last week a hairstylist in Los Angeles, took a break and (of course) checked his phone. He discovered a flood of messages, all from alarmed friends telling him the same thing: “You need to report this man in Greece. He’s pretending to be […]

Android – Top recommended Microsoft applications April 2016

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Several office products have been implemented as noted in attached post http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/10-must-have-microsoft-apps-for-your-android-phone/ One of the most prolific developers of business-focused apps in the Google Play Store for Android is, surprise, Microsoft. In the past year, Redmond has shipped new apps for the entire Office suite, OneDrive, Microsoft Intune, and Dynamics CRM. Not to mention a […]

Apple Watch – User experiences during first year

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An interesting detailed documentation of user experiences during 1st year of this innovative device: http://mashable.com/2016/04/30/apple-watch-year-one/#uGM61qhkGgq2 This week was the official one-year anniversary of the Apple Watch. I’ve owned one for almost all of that time, and — like many tech journalists and gadget commentators — I believe it’s worth reflecting on what the Apple Watch […]

EMAIL – Congress working on 2016 email privacy bill

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As shared below further improvements for email privacy appear to be forthcoming in future: http://thenextweb.com/insider/2016/04/29/email-bill-passing-congress-is-a-great-start-but-its-still-not-enough/ https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/part-I/chapter-121 We’re one step closer to email being treated as private communication, a distinction that would require government entities acquire a search warrant to read emails — even those older than 180 days.  The 180 day mark is currently the […]


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