This VPN Blocks Malware Using a Database of 3.5 Million Known Threats

When you work online, security is pretty important. The last thing you want is client information or financial data to be stolen by a hacker on a coffee shop Wi-Fi network. For this reason, using a VPN is a wise move for any desk worker. The KeepSolid App Bundle helps you stay protected and productive, with two years of service with VPN Unlimited and a selection of useful apps.

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Mobile Apps for Small Business Productivity

I’ve been designing and marketing websites and businesses for over 24 years and prior to this I worked in sales, marketing and big business for almost 18 years… which makes me not only old, but also highly experienced at this marketing and Internet stuff. I’ve won lots of awards and helped thousands of people, and this website is a testament to the information I share freely to help others succeed online.

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All pricing | Compute Engine Documentation | Google Cloud

This page lists all the pricing for Compute Engine. For detailed
pricing explanations, see the following pages:
Google Compute Engine charges for usage based on the following price sheet. A bill
is sent out at the end of each billing cycle, listing previous usage and
charges. Prices on this page…

Link: All pricing | Compute Engine Documentation
| Google Cloud

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Microsoft made the perfect Android messaging app, and it’s now in the U.S.

Microsoft significantly raised the quality of its apps on Android over the course of the last two years, leading to great Android apps that include the likes of Next Lock Screen and Microsoft Launcher.
The latest is SMS Organizer, a text messaging service from Microsoft Garage, an initiative…

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Google quietly killed a service that used Android phone data to help mobile carriers improve their networks

Google may have never told you that it stopped sharing data from your Android devices with your mobile service providers months ago, just like it didn’t tell you when it started sharing that data in the first place. Reuters reports that Google provided anonymized, aggregated data about signal strength and connection speeds to carriers.

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Google shuts down Android phone data service for wireless carriers

(Reuters) — Alphabet’s Google has shut down a service it provided to wireless carriers globally that showed them weak spots in their network coverage, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, because of Google’s concerns that sharing data from users of its Android phone system might attract…

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Your Data Might Be Safe in the Cloud But What Happens When It Leaves the Cloud?

In the age of data breaches, companies have a responsibility to safeguard sensitive information. Entrepreneurs can protect data during transactions by taking 4 simple steps.

April
7, 2019

5 min read

Opinions…

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