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How to Tighten up Android Security

How to Tighten up Android Security

Critical Android security issues have become somewhat of the norm in recent months. Hackers are developing a record number of cyber attacks that could compromise your mobile operating system. And they’re having more success than ever before. But there are some things you can do to tighten up your Android security.

Mobile Performance Management: Devices in the Field

Mobile Performance Management: Devices in the Field

Field workers. You see them every day. And you notice that they, too, use mobile devices. Now more than ever do they need to stay connected with their organizations to stay in business. This is where mobile performance management, a critical factor for any field worker to perform and finish tasks on time, comes in.

How to Prevent Theft of Service in VoIP

How to Prevent Theft of Service in VoIP

VoIP phone systems use the internet just like any PC. Therefore, hackers can gain access to your servers and data network through VoIP phones. Understanding how to combat theft of service in VoIP is critical, and if you want to learn how to do it, read on.

Why You Need a Strong iPhone Passcode

Why You Need a Strong iPhone Passcode

Now is the right time to shift to a stronger passcode for iPhone users, with police departments, federal agencies, and possible criminals, lining up to buy technology that can bypass your phone’s security. Experts say technology for unlocking iPhones is very much in circulation, so here’s everything you need to know.

How to Optimize Your Mobile Hotspot

How to Optimize Your Mobile Hotspot

A mobile hotspot usually provides faster Internet connection compared with public Wi-Fi. It’s also a lot safer. But if this kind of mobile networking is not utilized well, it will accumulate expensive data charges.

The following tips will maximize the efficiency of mobile hotspots while lowering their data usage.

How to Back Up Your Files with Apple Time Machine

How to Back Up Your Files with Apple Time Machine

There’s a popular belief that Macs are the most reliable computer brand because they are less likely to get viruses or crash often – but they do. And like any other computer, Macs aren’t invulnerable to coffee spills, theft, and crashes. When these happen, the Apple Time Machine is your friend to restore your data.