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19 04, 2020

Top 5 file sharing platforms to help you work from home

By |2020-04-19T16:11:18+01:00April 19th, 2020|Communications, Productivity Tools, Remote working, Reviews, Software|Comments Off on Top 5 file sharing platforms to help you work from home

If you are collaborating with your co-workers, friends or anyone else for that matter then file sharing is a very common requirement. There are many file sharing platforms out there that allow you to share, and work on, files with other people. This is useful in many different scenarios including: Working on files with other people - often you may have a file, or group of files, that you need [...]

7 03, 2015

Tools to prevent others from tracking your online activities

By |2015-03-07T21:01:25+00:00March 7th, 2015|Communications|Comments Off on Tools to prevent others from tracking your online activities

Proxy servers are used by many people in order that they remain anonymous whilst using the Internet. In general terms the word proxy means to act on someone else's behalf and this meaning is where the term proxy server originally came from. A proxy server is used in order to essentially represent you whilst you are surfing the Internet so that when you visit a site or any other location on the [...]

6 03, 2015

Private Secure Messaging

By |2015-03-06T08:15:39+00:00March 6th, 2015|Communications|Comments Off on Private Secure Messaging

With the Internet weaving its way into every aspects of our lives its very easy sometimes to feel like you can no longer get any privacy. We socialize with our friends on popular social networks like Facebook, we have our smart phones constantly wired up to the Internet day and night and now even household appliances are being connected to the Internet. The Internet of Things as we have dubbed this global Internet [...]

28 01, 2015

Vox Mobile VoIP app

By |2015-01-28T08:35:27+00:00January 28th, 2015|VOIP|Comments Off on Vox Mobile VoIP app

Before VOIP came along the traditional way of making phone calls was becoming very antiquated. Technology was moving fast in many areas but telephony could not keep up with our modern lifestyles. This meant that calling abroad and to various devices (such as mobile phones) was becoming very expensive. When VOIP (voice over IP) came along it revolutionized the way that we make calls and it made international calls no different [...]

4 01, 2015

advantages and disadvantages of wireless Internet

By |2015-01-04T15:27:53+00:00January 4th, 2015|Communications|Comments Off on advantages and disadvantages of wireless Internet

Although using wireless to access the Internet always sounds like the best option, there are actually advantages and disadvantages of wireless Internet and depending on your environment and circumstances it may not always be the best option even though it is available to you. The two main types of Internet connection are wireless - this is the means of connecting to the Internet via a router and using a wireless [...]

3 01, 2015

3g Wifi Router

By |2015-01-03T13:29:13+00:00January 3rd, 2015|Communications|Comments Off on 3g Wifi Router

If you are looking for a 3g wifi router then you may be looking to share out your 3g connection with either another device that you own, or with other people. You may also be looking to provide yourself with a backup 3g based connection in case your ordinary connection fails. Depending on which of these situations you are in, you will need a different type of 3g wifi router. Although [...]

2 01, 2015

Bing Search

By |2015-01-02T12:02:17+00:00January 2nd, 2015|Communications|Comments Off on Bing Search

Bing search is a great search engine but it is often over looked. The most common search engine and the one that most people are familiar with is of course Google. Google is a very lightweight search engine. It looks very basic and it just does the job. Google have very complex algorithms that have been built up over years and is therefor (normally) considered a very accurate search engine. [...]

26 12, 2014

How to Make Email Address

By |2014-12-29T11:38:59+00:00December 26th, 2014|Communications|Comments Off on How to Make Email Address

In this day and age it is almost impossible to survive without an email address. But if you are not a frequent computer user you may not know how to make email address. You will often find that something or someone will require you to have an email address so finding out how to make an email address may be important. A good example would be when you are submitting [...]

22 11, 2014

Microsoft Remote Desktop App for IOS

By |2014-12-29T11:35:08+00:00November 22nd, 2014|Software|Comments Off on Microsoft Remote Desktop App for IOS

Microsoft Remote Desktop is as client side application that is used to access a server or computer over a remote link using the RDP protocol (Remote Desktop Protocol) which, incidentally, runs on TCP Port 3389 and the Microsoft remote desktop app is the mobile version of that application which runs on several mobile operating systems, but the one we will be concentrating on is the Microsoft remote desktop app for IOS. The [...]

16 11, 2014

Internet Phone Service

By |2014-12-28T11:52:31+00:00November 16th, 2014|Communications, VOIP|Comments Off on Internet Phone Service

Traditionally we have been used to using either a land line telephone or in more recent years a mobile telephone to make and receive calls but the Internet Phone Service is a new concept for lots of people. Despite the great deals that are always available on both of those systems, phone calls are still expensive - especially if you make a lot of national or perhaps even international calls. [...]

12 11, 2014

Create a new email address with

By |2014-12-28T11:35:30+00:00November 12th, 2014|Communications|Comments Off on Create a new email address with

In the body of this article we will teach you how to Create a new email address with But first and foremost, an introduction to Hotmail and Microsoft's email architecture: While there are still some options for creating a Hotmail email address, Microsoft have actually redirected AND to their email domain, which, interestingly, seems to be geared more towards a US market. is actually an email [...]