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How to pin tabs with Chrome

How to pin tabs with Chrome

There is a good chance that when you work in your browser, you usually have a number of tabs constantly open in the same window. For example, you may have Gmail open, Google Drive, etc. If you close the window, you will no doubt need to open the tabs again and again, which can be frustrating.

Email 101: PAR structure

Email 101: PAR structure

When first introduced, email was viewed simply as an electronic version of memos and business letters, and were usually formatted thus. Over time, email has become much more informal, leading to a more natural form of communication. While this is great, there can be times when emails come across as unstructured and unclear, leading to frustration and even a loss of productivity.

Changing Gmail message threads

Changing Gmail message threads

A growing number of businesses around the world have come to rely on Gmail as their main email platform. Simple to use, always up-to-date, and accessible from anywhere, it has a lot to offer users. Use it for a while and you will notice that messages and responses based on one message will be threaded together into one long message.

How to deauthorize iPads on iTunes

How to deauthorize iPads on iTunes

This year, as in recent years, one of the hottest gifts for the holiday season is the iPad. If you receive a brand new iPad for the first time then that is truly an awesome present, but you may already have one. If you do, then you may not be able to install apps on your new device at first because your iTunes account already has other devices linked to it.

Finding the best Android tablet gift

Finding the best Android tablet gift

With the festive season just round the corner, many of us are looking for the right gifts to give. Android tablets will undoubtedly be a popular present this year, as they have been in recent years. The question is: How do you find the right tablet to give as a gift? Here are some factors to consider when you set out to find the best device.

A hacker’s paradise

A hacker’s paradise

You may not want to rely on the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) app approval system: Roughly 90 percent of Android health-care apps have been hacked, and 22 percent of them were FDA-approved. That information comes from the latest State of Mobile App Security report from Arxan Technologies, which attributed the high rate to a lack of information, security training and resources in the health-care field.

Get your business on Google

Get your business on Google

Having an Internet presence is a must for most businesses these days, simply because many customers are looking online to make contact with companies. While a website used to be good enough, now you also need to be found by the various search engines.