Tag: mobile phones

29
Oct

Looking for a place to charge your cell phone?

Now there is a good news for everyone with a mobile phone. There is a new device on the market that can charge mobile phones while people are moving around, either walking or running. It is definitely a great idea as people won’t need to look for a socket when they are traveling or take…

14
Sep

Getting used to the new features of Windows 8

Windows 8 is Microsoft’s most modified operating system to date. Many people say that the changes are so drastic that common users might have problems when they install it on their computers.  The biggest concern about this version is that it was developed with tablet PCs in mind. Using it on a desktop could disorient…

5
Sep

Mobile Device Security For Business in 8 Easy Steps

The use of handheld devices e.g. smart phones, tablets among business professionals have doubled in last few years. Now a day, everyone is solely depended on their mobiles phones to communicate critical information, access confidential data, conduct research and also take crucial business decision. Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our business life…

21
Jun

Preventing Mobile Malware Attacks in Canadian Business

According to a recent article on the IT Business Edge blog, many people understand that there are viruses that can attack their personal computers. However, many don’t understand that there are viruses that can attack mobile phones as well. If you’ve heard the term “mobile malware,” then you’ve heard about these viruses that are designed…

10
May

Cool Things You Can Do on Your Mobile Phone

Here are some quick tips and cool things you can do on your mobile phone.  Thanks to Paul Moffatt at DCTel in British Columbia for passing this tips around. Emergency calling on any network The Emergency Number worldwide for Mobile is 112. If you find yourself out of the coverage area of your mobile network…

13
Jun

Blackberry, iPhone or Android? Which smartphone do Canadian’s love?

Looks like Canadians like the Research In Motion’s BlackBerry the most. Despite a series of public relation’s setbacks and analyst downgrades beginning with the underwhelming launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in April, BlackBerries are still the most popular smartphones in Canada. Devices from the Waterloo Ont.-based company accounted for 42% of all smartphones in Canada in March, leaving behind

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9
Apr

Security In The Cloud

Cloud Computing Security – Does It Exist?  What must Toronto businesses look for with “The Cloud”? Cloud computing and “The Cloud” has become the talk of the town what with the increase in netbook users and the availability of low-cost computing devices. In addition to the availability of “cloud ready” computing solutions, Microsoft is pushing “cloud computing” heavily with their

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22
Jan

Acceptable Internet Use In Your Toronto Business

When is it proper to check the latest Toronto Maple Leafs scores and stats at work? Would your boss mind if you book your next vacation on your work computer? Access to the Internet is as common as the telephone. Employees can have access to social networks, travel sites and personal email on the office computer. With this ease of

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