Protect your business from ransomware
Q: With all the hacking and ransomware attacks, I would like to know how you ensure that your company does not become a victim. I need to take steps now before it is too late.
A: the Obtain of virtually extorted is scary, but it is especially terrifying when your company, together with the financial administration and the employees of personal data — is at stake. Many companies wrongly assume that they are safe if they have a firewall and use of security software. These are important steps, but they are not enough to protect your business. If you really want to have peace of mind, you need to take extra precautions. For example, certain people in my company have two computers on their desk. Click here to learn how I got my company to protect against ransomware.
Advertise on specific places
Q: My customers live in certain parts of the city. How can I ads online, so only they see them?
A: Advertising for specific (physical) places, it is quite possible, and online marketing experts do it all the time. But as with all marketing, geo-targeting is something you need to have a lot of work in the planning, executing and refining. It is one thing to be a cheap miniature ad on Facebook; it is quite another to build a customer base by means of rigorous online advertising. Click here for more information about geo-fencing.
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Buying Apple products for less
Q: I would like to buy an iPhone, but they are so expensive. Is it okay to buy a used one on Craigslist?
A: The short answer is, “Maybe, but probably not.” There is good news, though. If you want to buy a discount on the Apple product, you can try something “refurbished.” Apple does a fantastic job of collecting of retired devices and bring them back from the dead. Not all used devices are by means of this process, of course. Most commonly used Apple products are simply dropped off at a pawnshop, so they can be resold. What you’re looking for a device that is “certified refurbished” by Apple. So where do you find these discount phones and tablets? Click here to learn more about refurbished Apple devices.
Prevent Windows from sharing your Wi-Fi
Q: I’ve read that Windows share my Wi-Fi automatically with other people around me. How can I stop this?
A: If more people knew about the “Wi-Fi Sense,” she’d probably be a lot more suspicious of Windows 10. After all, what kind of software is designed to automatically bypass your Wi-Fi password? Why would you want a passing stranger to log in to your network without you even knowing it? Wi-Fi Sense was designed for convenience, especially for people who routinely host of friends and colleagues. You’ll be pleased to know that Wi-Fi Sense not to share your actual password with anyone. But it is still a liability for a lot of people, so you need to know how to switch it off. Click here to limit the range of Wi-Fi Sense.
Keep your device safe outside
Q: With the summer almost here, I often use my laptop, tablet and phone in the air. This will ruin them?
A: Very perceptive question. You would not believe how many people abuse their devices without even realizing it. Phones, tablets, and laptops are now so ubiquitous that we often forget that they are electronic machines, sensitive to temperature, humidity, dust and any other aspect of our environment. So yes, the use of your laptop outdoors could ruin. Know the limits of sustainability. Click here to learn a mistake that will kill your gadget.
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