It looks like Ransomware is taking a new height when it comes to infecting cloud backups since cloud adoption has increased significantly over the past few years.
Now in order to stay protective users are advised to follow the best protection practices.
Although nothing is guaranteed, it's still better to be safe than sorry.
Have a computer or server locked with a bios password and you cannot get into the device to configure, make changes or reset. This handy website comes to the rescue with commonly used manufacture password to simplify your recovery.
Make it useful the right way and let's hope that we can make recovery easier to do.
Great article on the real facts regarding phone warranties. It reality it really depends on the user and if you calculate the deductible and out of pocket expenses it's not really worth it once you past the one year mark. So figure out what type of user you are and then make a switch for the better.
Amazon will soon sign a Billion-dollar deal with Microsoft to supply the e-commerce giant with office software. Now this has been long awaited since Microsoft is gradually gaining cloud acceptance. Hopefully, now AWS can stay competitive with its rival cloud partner.
I just hope that AWS can stay a step ahead and somehow develop some leverage against Microsoft so that they do not lose their cloud dominance.
It's always a good idea to lock the device down, just in case for some reason you lose the device or the device gets into the wrong hands.
It looks like some companies are trying to keep AI toxic-free by filtering some content and I could only imagine how that's going to work out since it's still in its first stages.
I guess this would be a move in the right direction, but I wonder who would be curious enough to let some AI bots continue what they currently doing today.
If you have an iPhone or Android device there will be times that you wish you can save you voicemails for memories or just for legal purposes.
This is how you do it.
* Click the Phone icon and then go to Voicemail at the bottom right.
* Tap the voicemail you want to save and click the box with the arrow on it and it should open a menu to either share the voicemail or save it elsewhere like Dropbox or Google Drive.
* Open the voicemail application and go to the voicemail selection in your phone application.
* Tap and hold the message you want to save.
* In the menu that appears, look for options like Save, Export, or Archive.
* Select where you like the message to be saved on your phone and to OK and Save.