Tag: Technology/Internet

19
Sep

Have you seen the new version of Microsoft Outlook?

Microsoft Office 2013 is just around the corner and is available today in Customer Preview mode. That’s right, you can download it and play with it and get to know the new office before it comes out. This webinar we found on the Microsoft Office site covers the new version of Microsoft Outlook. Outlook 2013….

18
Sep

Is Your Business Really Safe Online?

The issue of safety among Internet users has always been a great concern. Ever since people started keeping their private and confidential information in servers, they have faced constant problems with data loss, corruption and above all data theft or hacking. Now that technology has moved to a new dimension and everyone is keeping their…

17
Sep

Microsoft discards a number of popular Forefront Enterprise Security products

Yes, you read correctly. Microsoft’s axes have now fallen on a number of Forefront enterprise security products. Microsoft has already ceased some of its mainstream programs in order to make its product line more streamlined. Now, the company has stopped working on a number of Forefront enterprise security products and plans to integrate those security…

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…

13
Sep

Gogo goes to Canada: In-flight Wi-Fi services for Canadian flights

The in-flight Wi-Fi service provider Gogo is all set to expand its infrastructure in Canada very soon. The Canadian government and airline authority have already given the green signal to this company, which has been providing in-flight Internet services to the passengers. Through this, the passengers in Canada will be able to connect to the…

12
Sep

What will the next 10 years look like with Cloud Computing?

Changes to come in cloud computing within decade Though cloud computing is still new, it will undoubtedly continue to change and grow rapidly. As people get used to interacting with the cloud on the consumer level, their confidence in it increases, making it easier for them to contemplate using the cloud for business purposes as…

11
Sep

GoDaddy Sites Suffer Outage; No Data Compromised

What do you do if your website goes down? That’s a question that several GoDaddy customers had to answer on Sep. 10, 2012, around 10:25 am PST. Although the company had most customers’ sites back up and running by 2:43 pm, for more than five hours, many small-business owners were unable to conduct business as…

11
Sep

Bring back start button in Windows 8 with Start8 app

The new Windows has a bunch of new surprises in it, among which the Metro inspired user interface is the most prominent. The drastically changed interface received mixed feedback from users. While many liked it, others simply despised that. The reason behind their frustration is the missing start button that the people have become so…

10
Sep

Top five Bluetooth speakers for your mobile music

Bluetooth wireless speakers are ideal if you want to listen to share your music with others or listen to it without headphones. They work with any Bluetooth enabled device and offer a similar quality of sound to what one would expect with old fashioned wired speakers. CNet’s Matthew Moskovciak gave Bluetooth speakers high marks for…

7
Sep

Science fiction comes to life with 3d printers

Finally there is breakthrough in modern science that will bring in science fiction stories even closer to reality.  This is the technology of 3d printing that can make exact replica of real life things or objects with no deviation at all. It is almost like that science fiction where you enter into a machine and…

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