We often hear of the benefits of using smartphones, such as the apps, features, and capabilities that keep us connected, but we often encounter people who haven’t taken the proper steps to secure their smartphones. Here are some steps you can take to ensure your device isn’t tampered with.
A hard reset should only be necessary on rare occasions, when all other attempts to resolve an issue have failed. This process WILL erase ALL of the data on the iPad, including an documents, photos, or email.
There has been no shortage of coverage on the discovery of Carrier IQ’s software being present in 140 million+ handsets. Engadget has a great article that’s been kept up-to-date with developments, but we thought it was worthwhile to summarize our thoughts and comments driven by what our clients want and need to know.
We are thrilled to be working with the folks over at London LAWN to bring free WiFi to downtown London, Ontario. Local businesses are working together to make downtown London a WiFi enabled area, and here is an article from their perspective.
[this post is from Nerd Dennis Houseknecht] If it seems to you that malware is on the rise, you are quite correct. If you think that mobile devices are not a target, you are quite mistaken. Here are a few of articles highlighting the security threats of mobile devices: Fake AV for mobile platform…