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My name is Pedro and full time working webdeveloper and designer.
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Starting today, Microsoft will start with so-called pop-ups in Windows XP. Windows will inform the users that support closed down shortly and asked them to upgrade their computers to a newer version of Windows.
Many companies are good to protecting themselves through advanced firewalls and expensive anti-virus software. But in many companies are employees allowed to save and share sensitive business information in cloud services like Dropbox and iCloud, and even in cases where the company has a policy for this, its few people that follow this.
Many employee thinks it’s a quick and easy way to use services, such as Dropbox. It gets the job done. One problem is that the companys that allready have a safer solution is bad to inform employeer about this. But even worse, many companys dont even have a policy for how to use any cloud service
Allready in January last year, Mozilla announced that Firefox will start to block the extensions that are not approved. But they left it to the user to manually approve sny sdd-ons that tries to run on a web page.
When it comes to safety on a server, its not difficult, there is really only 3 simple rules. Have a “real” password, change regularly and, most importan of all, never give administrador accsess to users that do not need it.
I have in a previously article written about the Google Chrome browser will block all extensions that have not been downloaded from the Chrome Web Store… Read Here
This blockage should be done with the release of Chrome, version 33 that was released a last week. But Google has now announced that they postpone the blockage of unapproved add-ons in Chrome for Windows.
But like everything else that requires a password, you can by carelessness or mistakes give accsess to unauthorized persons, and your email account for sure contains lots of sensitive information that you do not want to end up in the wrong hands… Continue reading
I have in a earlier article write about Nokia is released mobil with Android system… Read The Article
Microsoft has now answered the news regarding Nokias X‘s released three new mobile phones in the budget category that runs on Android. Nokia’s move has led to speculation among analysts about Microsoft will or will not invest in an operating system that competes with Windows Phone.
In a blog post Microsoft’s director of corporate communications, Frank Shaw writes, that it was not Microsoft’s decision to focus on Android phones, but something Nokia was working on before the plans of the purchased was completed… Continue reading
Linux Foundation and IT recruitment firm Dice are publishes a Linux Jobs Report every year, in which about 1,000 company recruiters and 4,000 Linux professionals surveyed to investigate the situation on the labor market for the Linux folks.
In the 2014 edition of the report, it is clear that Linux knowledge is highley requested, its also ensures a higher wages and more job benefits than other jobs in the same area… Continue reading
Samsung Galaxy S5 is a mobil that falls somewhere between Samsung Note 3 and the earlier Samsung S4 in size.
The message service Whatsapp, founded in 2009, has grown enormously popular last years, and Facebook has now bought the company for $19 billion.
“Whatsapp is heading towards connecting a billion people. Services like that reach such levels is extremely valuable” said Facebook’s CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg in a press release.