The new year usually sees a renewed effort within the IT community to combat security. While security can be controlled at the office, with the emergence of portable devices, BYOD and a nomadic workforce, does your security model cover the workers and their devices when outside the office? Continue reading
Happy New Year! I’m sure we’re all celebrating 2013 as it comes, so here’s a drink that struck me a most appropriate – off with the old and in with the new. Continue reading
Thank you OpenDNS for sending me stickers! For those who don’t know, OpenDNS extends DNS adding features such as misspelling correction, phishing protection, and optional content filtering.
Over the past few months, I’ve been researching on Social Media for Business. Everyone it seems was learning by touch and feel, and nothing was set in stone. We recently saw the emergence of some sort of a business model applied to social media. ROI, Strategy and Etiquette were established which would guide us to market products and services. Facebook launched Pages and we saw brands jump on the bandwagon. Mobile strategy was being deployed. Continue reading
I’m not much for non-fiction, but somehow this ebook drew my attention. I wanted something to read and while perusing some of the stuff I have on the iPhone, I chose this. Continue reading
Research In Motion, the people behind the BlackBerry products unveiled the BlackBerry tablet. The BlackBerry Playbook is an attempt to win back enterprise users from its competitors. Continue reading
The delectable fish curry is considered a staple diet of Goa, India. Usually served with a portion of steamed rice, it is delicious as well as simple to prepare, spicy and tangy, and still manages to enhance the flavour of the fish. Continue reading
Recently faced a dilemma when some of our corporate email was shifted to the Google Standard Edition thereby excluding the need for a local server. The Google Apps platform is robust system that offers the same functionality as the internationally popular Gmail platform. As a matter of fact the standard edition is Gmail using your own domain name. So instead of a Gmail address you can get firstname.lastname@example.org and 49 more email addresses hosted by Gmail for $10 a year… Continue reading
After the first week using the iPhone, I must say that the most annoying thing on the iPhone is entering my password.
If you’ve read one of my recent posts, I’ve got a complex password for some of my online activities. While it’s a piece of cake to enter it on my MacBook Pro, doing the same is a painstakingly laborious process on the iPhone. Continue reading
I always ponder on the year that went by before entering into the new year. This year it’s been exceptionally busy at the end of the quarter and with no time for proper sleep yet again this week, I find it hard to think about anything else. Despite the good weather, calm waves and a light cool breeze, I am stumped at writing this while my new office is being setup with the technical aspects that will govern its functionality over the next few years. Continue reading