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Top 10 Lists for Tech Trends for 2013-2014

Earlier this year IT research company Gartner presented the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2013, and earlier this week 2014 top 10 list has been presented at a Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013 in Orlando, Florida. Let’s compare the summaries of those trends that have the potential to affect individuals, businesses and IT organizations: Technology Trends …

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Antivirus Protection – Should you Use Free or Paid software?

There is no argument about a necessity to protect your computer. As anti-virus solutions advance, so do the criminals who design computer malware and viruses. It seems that as soon as the new computer virus definitions get updated on your anti-virus program, new viruses come into play. Every day more advanced viruses hit the internet …

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Windows 8 is popular, but does it live up to the hype?

Reflecting on Windows 8 introduction video (which is awesome – kudo’s to director ), I came to realization that it’s been over 6 months since Windows 8 was introduced – and during this time there have been some praises – and some rants about limitations of Windows 8. I looked through some interesting resources on …

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Security Flaws on mobile devices – recently discovered.

A few new vulnerabilities came to light in the recent days. I will reference couple of videos I came across while reading on the subject of security. Terence Eden reports that you can run apps and dial numbers on Samsung’s Android 4.1.2 “even when device is locked”. Terence posts a How-To: HOWTO Lock the device …

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iOS 6.1 Release Can Cause Problems on Microsoft Exchange Servers

What is the issue? It has come to powersolution’s attention that a recently discovered bug in the new iOS 6.1 release can cause issues on Microsoft Exchange servers. The discovered issue has to do with the way the exchange client on iOS devices interact with an exchange server. The bug does not affect the deliverability …

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Mobile Hotspots are way to go for Wi-Fi enabled devices

With introduction of Wi-Fi only tablets, personal hotspots are back in the spotlight: it’s not just about mobile phones anymore. Wi-Fi only tablets are more affordable, and do not require additional data plan from a service carrier. When you have a data plan in mind a dedicated mobile hotspot can yield better results than tethering …

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Surface Tablets from Microsoft are to Enter the Tech Market Later in 2012

Microsoft has developed a Windows tablet computer of its own design –  Surface. The announcement of Surface tablets comes at a time when mobile devices security is on everyone’s mind.  Microsoft has not been synonymous with security for quite some time. At a conference that took place on June 19, 2012, Collin Davis, senior director …

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Quickoffice Offers Useful Tools for iPad and iPhone

Apple’s iWork apps have been praised for their look and feel. Many people actually prefer Quickoffice Pro HD for iPad. It presents a clean, professional interface, and  fully integrates cloud synchronization with Google Docs. Quickoffice Pro HD is the essential Microsoft® office productivity tool for your iPad, and it’s intuitive and interactive interface makes working …

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