There’s nothing worse than your iPhone running out of juice at an inopportune time. Starting in iOS 9, there’s a Low Power Mode that’s offered to you when the remaining battery charge drops below 20%, and it’s automatically disabled once the charge rises to 80%. You can also enable Low Power Mode manually in Settings […]
If you use AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, or Sprint in the United States with an iPhone 6 or newer model, you can turn on a feature starting in iOS 9 that enables your iPhone to send calls over a Wi-Fi network (and thus the Internet) rather than relying on spotty cellular coverage. It’s especially useful in […]
If you regularly lose your pointer on big-screen Mac, Apple has added a feature you’ll like starting in OS X 10.11 El Capitan. Shake the mouse to and fro on your desk, or run your finger back and forth on the trackpad quickly, and the pointer expands briefly so you can find it.
You know that you can move the insertion point in text using your Mac’s arrow keys. But what you may not know is that the Mac offers several shortcuts that let you move around even faster. In most apps, hold down the Option key when using the left/right arrow keys to move left or right […]
By now you’ve probably seen one of those odd-looking white squares with a bunch of smaller square dots that make up a random pattern inside—that’s a QR code. QR stands for “Quick Response,” and a QR code is a type of barcode, just like those you see on the packaging of nearly everything in grocery […]
Did you know that your Mac requires 10% of free hard drive space to work properly? With new machines coming with smaller and smaller hard drives (256GB is the new standard…which isn’t a whole of space), staying within 90% may be hard to do.
Usually, I’m all for warnings when it comes to your computer. Then warn you of when you can do potential danger. “Are you sure you want to empty your trash?” “Using root user grants power, do you want to do that?” These are all necessary warnings. I have found in macOS Sierra that there is a special warning that doesn’t cause damage, and is annoying. The removal of a file from your iCloud Drive.
Email is at the core of all of our businesses. We rely on email to communicate with clients, other employees and even loved ones to make sure things are on the right track. While typically we would be discussing how to keep your inbox clean by filing emails, today we are going to discuss how to keep your email clean by not getting spam!
So many businesses allow their employees to use their personal mobile device for work-related items. Check your cell phone, do you have a work email account on there? As the CEO you should either not allow this, or take the appropriate steps to protect your business. Don’t let a rogue employee keep sensitive work information when they leave.
So let’s get rid of mobile security issues once and for all!
Over the last few months, we’ve seen a rise in Ransomware. Ransomware (sometimes known as encryptionware), is a particular type of malware that will infect your computer and lock you out of your files until you pay a ransom. Ransomware is not a joking matter, and it can seriously hurt your business.
Let’s start with the basics: Continue reading