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Creating an Effective Emergency Plan for Your Business

Creating an Effective Emergency Plan for Your B...

December 10, 2019 By admin

A crucial aspect of your business’s success is proper disaster preparation. Whether you’re equipping yourself for a snowstorm or cyber attack, it’s your responsibility as a business owner to respond to any emergency quickly and effectively. Here are some key guidelines for creating an effective emergency plan for your business. Evaluate Threats In order to

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WhatsApp to soon roll out ‘Battery Saver’ mode ...

December 9, 2019 By King

WhatsApp’s dark mode feature is one of the most anticipated features on Android. However, seems like the wait is almost over and we can expect to see the full rollout of dark mode any day. In fact, news mills are repeatedly churning with updates about the new features that will be part of the dark

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WhatsApp to soon roll out ‘Battery Saver’ mode for Android users
How to enable Android apps to use SD card storage on a Chromebook

How to enable Android apps to use SD card stora...

December 8, 2019 By King

Chromebooks, for the most part, don’t come with an abundance of storage. You won’t be seeing a 2TB Chromebook anytime soon, but unless the Chromebook you buy is from Google’s Pixelbook line, that’s not a problem. Almost every Chromebook ever made has either an SD or microSD card slot that allows you to greatly expand

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Telus will release Android 10 for Samsung Galax...

December 7, 2019 By King

The Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e were supposed to get Android 10 stable update starting next month, but in a surprising move, Samsung released Android 10 to the S10 trio ahead of schedule in a few countries. While the update is currently only rolling to unlocked units, Candian carrier Telus has updated its website to reveal that it will release Android 10

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Telus will release Android 10 for Samsung Galaxy S10 series on December 16

Homeland Security wants airport face scans for ...

December 3, 2019 By King

Homeland Security is joining the ranks of government agencies pushing for wider use of facial recognition for US travelers. The department has proposed that US citizens, not just visa holders and visitors, should go through a mandatory facial recognition check when they enter or leave the country. This would ostensibly help officials catch terrorists using stolen travel documents to

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Power storage is the missing link in green-ener...

December 1, 2019 By King

Solar and wind power are the glamorous twins of the clean-electricity revolution. It is thrilling to see a field of glistening panels absorbing the sun’s energy or a vast turbine twirling above the ocean. Stationary power storage does not have quite the same allure—think of a large metal shed stuffed with piles of big batteries. Nonetheless,

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Power storage is the missing link in green-energy plans
Govt bans foreign firms from conducting IT security audits of critical sectors for fear of sensitive data being leaked

Govt bans foreign firms from conducting IT secu...

November 29, 2019 By King

New Delhi: In the wake of the cyber attack on Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, the government has directed the ministries and departments handling India’s critical infrastructure to avoid hiring foreign firms to conduct IT security audits of its systems and networks. Even, Indian firms empanelled for auditing will require clearance from domestic spy agency, Intelligence Bureau

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Three Essentials of Digital Marketing

November 22, 2019 By admin

Today, the internet has more than 4.33 billion active users. Digital marketing is a combination of various marketing strategies aimed at taking economic advantage of this potentially vast audience. By using digital marketing, businesses can leverage several digital channels, including search engines, social media, smartphones, and emails, to promote their brands, products, and services. Seasoned

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Three Essentials of Digital Marketing