Technology Infographics

The Complete Guide to Authentication Methods

The Complete Guide to Authentication Methods

This infographic outlines the security risks tied to today’s most popular authentication methods – from passwords and security questions, to multi-factor authentication and biometrics. By acknowledging the significant weaknesses found in these methods, the infographic introduces the concept of asymmetric cryptography as an inherently secure alternative to the more traditional authentication methods we’ve come to know.

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Ooma’s Guide to 5G Coverage

Ooma’s Guide to 5G Coverage

There is a lot of buzz about 5G technology. But as with most emerging technologies, it’s not always easy to wade through the details to understand the benefits for you and your business. In this guide to 5G coverage, the team at Ooma breaks down exactly what 5G communication technology is, how it compares to existing cellular communications, and which 5G providers are leading the way. They’ also look into the future to see how 5G could change business communication.

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Technologicalization 0.2 – Technology Trends to Watch in 2020

Technologicalization 0.2 – Technology Trends to Watch in 2020

This infographic looks at smart space technology trends to watch in 2020. These trends are going to bring a brand new era of autonomous operations to the technology world. By 2025, major government and large -enterprise contracts for the purchase of digital products and services using AI will require the use of expandable and ethical AI.

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The Ultimate Guide to Solar Panel Technology

The Ultimate Guide to Solar Panel Technology

Solar power is pretty simple. It involves harnessing the energy of the sun and converting it into electricity using solar panels. This infographic will give you the basics of what makes it possible for solar panels to produce electricity that can power your household and the world.

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Finding the Right Chromebook for Virtual Schooling in 2020

Finding the Right Chromebook for Virtual Schooling in 2020

Chromebooks are becoming a popular option for parents outfitting youngsters for virtual learning. Lightweight and often less expensive than full laptops, these devices still come in a variety of models that can make them difficult to choose between. This infographic highlights the best features between a few of the top rated Chromebooks in 2020 to assist parents in finding the best device for their child’s online education.

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Viber for Business

Viber for Business

Viber is one of the most popular messaging apps. With over 1 billion registered users worldwide, it is the perfect app to promote your business. The app offers powerful messaging tools for business. You can use the app for customer service with 1 to 1 messaging, or use it for marketing using broadcast messaging. In the following infographic, Respond.io looks at where the app is popular, and how to use Viber for Business.

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Best and Worst Countries for Wi-Fi Access

Best and Worst Countries for Wi-Fi Access

When you’re traveling, your internet access could change dramatically when you cross the border. You could go from having fast, widely-available Wi-Fi to a country that has slow Wi-Fi with only a few hotspots. So where in the world can you get the fastest internet connection?

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How the WFH Transition Increased the Risk of Data Loss

How the WFH Transition Increased the Risk of Data Loss

This infographic from Digital Guardian visualizes how the risk of classified data loss for companies has risen dramatically since after many companies were forced to adopt a ‘Work from Home’ model after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic on March 11. The data for the infographic was pulled from the recently published DG Data Trends Report.

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What Happens to Your Phone When You Recycle It

What Happens to Your Phone When You Recycle It

When cell phones are improperly disposed of and end up in landfills it can cause damaging effects to the environment and our health. Cell phones contain harmful toxins including lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, chlorine and bromine. If disposed of in landfills these toxins can be absorbed into the air, ground and water supply and over time cause harmful effects to the ecosystem and the environment.

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