Ah, passwords, that one thing we love to hate. Today, it is often still the primary defense between your account and a malicious hacker. So why do we hate something that is meant to protect us? The answer lies in the way in which we are told to create passwords or the ‘password formula.’
The idea of exchanging messages has been around since the history of communication. Today that can mean sending a physical letter, email or text message. Email and texting are probably the most common today, but email is where we have some different options for managing our inbox. So let’s take a look at the 3 most common: IMAP, POP, and Webmail.
As you may know, June 21 marks the first day of summer where we say goodbye to spring and welcome this new season. Our minds begin to focus more on vacations than emails and family than work. So here are some tips to help you keep yourself organized and ahead before the vacationing season is in full swing.
The Internet has certainly made life easier. We can digitally hug our families from across the globe, access information that had once been limited to only the most premiere libraries and universities, and we can let everyone know how outraged we are at the latest clickbait at the drop of a hat. For businesses and creative ventures, however, it has created a digital highway for collaboration.
Data loss has happened to all of us. Be it an accidentally deleted picture on a smartphone or a virus corrupting a computer hard drive, the impact of data loss can range from a mild annoyance to an unrecoverable nightmare (just ask any historian about the Great Library of Alexandria and watch the tears being fought back).