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In light of all the recent hacks (think Target and Sony, for example), online security has taken a huge step toward putting the emphasis on “security” with its newest revelation: facial recognition.
At CES, Intel discussed its purchase of digital identity manager PasswordBox and unveiled True Key, a password manager app that allows facial recognition to replace passwords on iOS devices, Windows computers, and Android phones.
Dell’s newest baby is getting a lot of kudos from reviewers and users alike. The Venue 8 7000 is considered one of the best-designed tablets out there while earning the 2015 CES award of “Best of Innovation.”
Measuring at a mere 6mm, it’s the thinnest tablet in the world.
A special thanks to Chuck Annis of New Haven Moving Equipment for this incredible tip:
Need to read up on some IT topics but don’t want to plunk down cash for a book? Microsoft offers as many as 130 free ebooks that offer everything from broad overviews to dissected information on hundreds of technical topics.
Our lives are basically inside our iPhones these days, so it is vitally important that all users set up “Find My iPhone/iPad” in iCloud. Doing so will allow end users to locate their phones or “wipe it” remotely if it is lost or stolen.
Used iPhone sales are high, especially in the wake of a new release. If you’re about to hop on the iPhone 6/6 Plus bandwagon, be sure to look into getting cash or credit for your old phone.
You can trade in your old phone through Amazon and Apple, who will give you credit for your old phone toward the purchase of your new one.
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Google’s free local search product for small businesses, Google My Business (formerly Google Places), is vital for your business to receive the maximum possible amount of local online search results.
It is so vital, in fact, that we require all of our DCG clients to set their businesses up on Google My Business.
In September, Apple gave iPhone users a lot to think about: Should they go big (both size- and cost-wise) and buy the new iPhone 6? What about the even bigger 6 Plus? Or should they stay small (again, both size- and cost-wise) and go with the 5c or 5s?
Consider these when deciding on whether or not to buy the iPhone 6. Depending on the user, some can be viewed as pros or cons:
Larger screens with higher-resolution displays (the 6 has a 4.7” screen; the 6 Plus has a 5.5” screen)
Faster processing power and graphics
Longer battery life
More storage for same price
Apple’s new “Apple Pay,” which allows you to pay for products and services using the 6’s TouchID fingerprint sensor, eliminating the need to carry your Visa, MasterCard, and American Express cards (the jury’s out on whether this system is fully secure.
A couple of things I appreciate [about DCG]: When I call, I get a person. When I get a person, I can describe my issue that I’m having on my network or even if it’s computers. There was a time I had some network issues. They will put me in the queue or if they can get somebody right away, they get somebody right away on the phone for me and pretty much from that standpoint, that’s why I like them.
Well, [DCG] really saved me money. I had a fulltime IT person. It was costing me too much money for the fulltime IT. That person wasn’t really solving all my issues. So when I met Brent and he came in, he said, “We can do what you need to be done for as like a fulltime IT person,” and I said – he was really nice about it.