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Citrix virtualized applications get a boost

August 24th, 2016
Citrix virtualized applications get a boost

Virtualization has taken the IT world by storm, and if you’re not up to speed on exactly what that means, it’s time to change that. The service is no longer a paragon reserved for enterprise-level businesses, and with Microsoft and Citrix’s most recent announcement, it will soon be more accessible than ever.

Linux bug threatens Android users

August 24th, 2016
Linux bug threatens Android users

Despite great efforts to prevent broken hearts and to enhance mobile security, there’ll always be the one that gets away. It’s not uncommon for us to overlook things small in size; we rationalize this by assuring ourselves that no substantial harm can come from things so tiny.

New features for iPhone’s Microsoft apps

August 22nd, 2016
New features for iPhone’s Microsoft apps

The breakneck pace at which Apple and Microsoft release software updates may be difficult to stay ahead of. The average user often doesn’t have time to truly absorb the minutiae of every new feature, and most of them end up falling through the cracks.

How to see Android notifications on your PC

August 19th, 2016
How to see Android notifications on your PC

As subversive as smartphones may be, we’ll likely never be able to completely get away from desktop computing. And when you’re stuck hammering away on the keyboard, how do you mitigate the stream of texts and notifications coming in on your phone? In a win for PC computing, you can now receive and respond to the majority of your Android notifications from any Windows 10 PC. We’ve explained how this works and how to achieve it in more detail here.

Don’t let hackers fool you with these tricks

August 18th, 2016
Don’t let hackers fool you with these tricks

According to several reports, the volume of malicious cyber attacks have increased since the beginning of the Rio Olympics. And even though our devices have the latest network security systems, hackers have a cunning trick up their sleeves — social engineering.

Schedule meetings with Microsoft FindTime

August 12th, 2016
Schedule meetings with Microsoft FindTime

The art of organizing a meeting is much like chess. Each player has different possible moves, or availabilities; and it’s up to you to strategize which pieces to move where, or which events to schedule (or reschedule) when. The objective is to land on a square wherein all participants can attend, but achieving this goal often demands a tiring and time-consuming process.

How to build a better chatbot

August 11th, 2016
How to build a better chatbot

In order to gain a competitive advantage, you would need to gain clarity before everyone else does. Of course, that’s a lot easier said than done. Similarly, chatbots initially stir up excitement, but they eventually fail to deliver the interactiveness many envisioned them to have.

Virtualize your network with telecom giants

August 10th, 2016
Virtualize your network with telecom giants

Although merely mentioning the word ‘virtualization’ has the power to make people’s eyes glaze over, its value and relevance can’t be denied. Since VMware first launched their workstation client in 1999, the industry has seen steady expansion and engulfed a number of legacy network solutions.

6 smart ways to gain more storage on Android

August 9th, 2016
6 smart ways to gain more storage on Android

“Insufficient storage available”, we all dread to see this message popping up right before taking a picture or installing a new app. Limited storage on Android device is frustrating to say the least. But it doesn’t have to be if you know how to manage storage space wisely.

Newest member of Office 365: Bookings

August 5th, 2016
Newest member of Office 365: Bookings

Phoning your boss to justify why you couldn’t make it to the morning meeting is pretty bad, and going through this on a regular basis is even worse. But imagine being able to manage all your appointments and never miss a single one again — fortunately, the wait is over.