Windows 7 – End of Life – Jan 14, 2020
In a post earlier this year titled "Windows 7 - One Year Left!", I wrote about how Microsoft will be dropping support for Microsoft 7 ...Read More →
Two-factor authentication – does it work?
In the past, I've written a few posts on two-factor authentication (2FA) security and why you should implement this option for all of your logins. ...Read More →
Shortening your URLs
In the business world, we send a lot of links to websites, articles and documents we may have on our sites. When we send these ...Read More →
Why you should stop using Desktop Email Clients
How do you read your emails when you’re at your computer? Do you use a web-based email client, or do you prefer to catch up ...Read More →
Is your website ready for business?
A few days ago, I had the pleasure of presenting to small business owners at the Medway Business Council. The topic was on Website Design: ...Read More →
HTTPS – Does that mean a website is secure?
Most web traffic online is now sent over an HTTPS connection, making it “secure.” In fact, Google now warns that unencrypted HTTP sites are “Not ...Read More →
Windows 7 – One Year Left!
Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 with security updates on January 14, 2020. It’s like Windows XP all over again—but much worse. Many more people ...Read More →
Secret email address in Gmail
Do you know that your Google Mail, or Gmail, account has an infinite number of email addresses built into it? That's right! Your one Gmail ...Read More →
Stop using Internet Explorer
Back about a year and a half ago, I wrote a blog post on how Microsoft is ending support for IE8 - IE10. One of ...Read More →
Why SSL Should Be Enabled on Your Website
Did you ever look in your browser window and see an "https://" in front of the name of the website? Do you know what SSL ...Read More →
Reflecting on past posts
It's been several months since I got out of my usual routine of posting monthly technology tips and advice on this blog. I hope to ...Read More →
Evernote – Changes in pricing plans
Late last year, I wrote a two-part series on my favorite app, Evernote. You can read about why I feel strongly about Evernote and how ...Read More →
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