OneNote Will Revolutionize Your Note-Taking

I'm a voracious notetaker primarily because I have so much life going on that it's difficult for me to keep track of details, action items, "to-do" lists etc. So I've always keep a small pocket notebook nearby or a yellow pad at my desk. I found that I was spending a lot of time searching for my little pocket notebook or feeling frustrated when I need some bit of information like a phone number or list on my yellow pad which was inconveniently sitting back in my office.

Maximize Your Security with Two-Factor Authentication

Enabling two-factor authentication (2FA) is one of the best things you can do to improve the security of your email and cloud accounts.  2FA is sometimes called multi-factor authentication (MFA) but for this discussion the terms will be synonymous.

Killer Tech: Mobile Phones and Driving

"My dad has always had a heart for people,” recalls Jenn Barrett. “I’m glad that he lived a life that mattered.”  Jenn was speaking about her father, Murray Barrett. From all reports, Murray had a selfless heart of gold.  He served his country as a U.S. Marine pilot and later taught mathematics to middle schoolers .  Married for 32 years, Murray and his wife, Dianne, had 4 children.

LastPass Settings for Optimal Security

A password manager is a must-have weapon in your security and privacy arsenal.  There are a few password managers available and my advice is to pick one and learn how to use it.  My preference is LastPass which is a more mature product, has great security practices and is very transparent in their security practices.

Improving your WiFi for a Faster Internet

Have you ever experienced slowness on the Internet: webpages take a long time to load or a video will buffer regularly, so you call your Internet service provide who may be your local telephone cable company.  The tech walks you through rebooting your router and resets your connection on his/her end but your Internet is still slow.

Make Your Smartphone Secure

We focus a lot on network and computer security.  But what should you be doing to keep your smartphone secure?

New smartphones may cost $700 or more, but that is nothing compared to the value of the data stored on your phone.  Identity theft alone will cost you more than $1500 and a huge amount of time to fix.

Pokémon Go Fixes Google Account Security Issue: Follow Up

Earlier this week I reported on a potentially serious Pokémon Go security issue that Niantic, the game’s developer, was given full access to your Google account when the app was installed on iOS devices.

As suspected, this was an bug in the user registration process.

Is Pokemon Go Reading My Email and Docs?

Pokemon Go is an incredibly popular game that has kids and adults wandering neighborhoods and towns seeking to catch elusive Pokemon in “augmented reality.”   It’s a wonderfully addictive game that gets kids off the sofa, away from their video game console and into the real world, even if it is “augmented.

Chrome for iPhone has finally improved

Google Chrome crashes a lot. No, we’re not talking about on your computer, but instead on your beloved iPhone. As the most popular browser on the planet, with over one billion users, Google Chrome fans are undoubtedly frustrated and disappointed by this. But there’s good news. Now, Google Chrome has been updated, and improved exponentially […]