This Weeks Free Software Pick
You don’t use the same password for more than one website, do you? Of course, you don’t but if you did, you could benefit from a good password manager. Keepass is just that. It doesn’t let you fill in passwords on websites (KeepassXC does, but it’s a bit cumbersome) but if you just want a secure place to store passwords, look no further.
This Months' Technology Insider
What key change could your business benefit from?
When did you last upgrade your office phone system? Have you done it in the past 5 to 10 years?
How you can make your WiFi faster
What would you do if you returned from vacation to find that your business bank account had been robbed to the tune of $1200? It’s not all that hard or uncommon for that matter. Learn the in and outs of protecting email in my new ebook, Email Hijack.
How to Protect Your Data When Staff Works From Home
Letting employees work from home is likely not going to go away but it does bring its own risks. Here’s a great way to protect your data.
Why not meet for a short Zoom meeting and see what we can do for you? https://bowesit.com/discovery
Last Weeks’ Niagara Business Technolgy Social Media Posts
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Microsoft is finally launching predictive text in Word. Will you find it useful? Or as annoying as Word’s paperclip Clippy, from back in the day?
#MicrosoftWord #PredictiveText #OfficeClippy
Oh, video calls… a school board has resigned after criticizing parents… forgetting it was a public call. Strong language warning
People say Macs don’t get viruses. Yet 30,000 Macs have been infected with a mysterious malware. If you have a Mac, are you worried?
#AppleMac #SilverSparrow #malware
A WhatsApp update – if you don’t accept their new terms, you’ll not be able to send or receive messages from mid-May onwards. What are you going to do?
#WhatsApp #privacy #facebook
Tesla made more money on Bitcoin than cars last year! Ever been tempted to take crypto payments in your business?
Work and life stressing you out? Now there are apps that let you rant to complete strangers
Did you know that promotional emails have tracking built in? Here’s how it works, and how to switch it off