Securing an organization’s digital assets requires ongoing attention. This article poses questions your organization should be able to answer—and that will likely come up when purchasing cyber insurance or doing work for other, larger organizations.
<img src="https://www.creativetechs.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/how-to-take-the-annoyance-out-of-your-key-passwords-and-passcodes.jpg">We constantly say, “Use a password manager!” for good reason. Password managers make it easy to generate, store, and enter strong passwords. You don’t have to decide whether or not your password is strong or weak, remember it, and type it accurately every time you log in to a website. Seriously, just get 1Password or […]
New in iOS 14.5 is a privacy-protecting feature called App Tracking Transparency, which forces apps to ask you for permission to track your activities across other apps and websites. Learn more about why you should never allow tracking here:
Are you incurring technical debt by running ancient apps on elderly hardware? It might seem like a cost-saving move, but it’s usually a false economy based on the loss of productivity, unscheduled upgrades, and higher support costs.
Ever wondered if there’s a way to see the spaces, tabs, and returns that are typically invisible in your word processing and page layout documents? There almost certainly is—read on for our guide to the most popular Mac apps.
Annoyed by the constant onslaught of Web ads? We explain the economics behind online advertising and offer practical tips for limiting the number of ads you see while not breaking other sites.
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 came out a few months ago, but Apple has been busy since with feature-laden updates. Here’s what you may have missed in the 14.1, 14.2, and 14.3 updates.
Our phones may seem to be cameras, but they’re really computers, and software updates like iOS 14 can provide new camera capabilities, even with existing iPhone hardware. Here’s what to look for: