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.

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.

PowerPoint Shortcuts

How many hours do you spend in front of a PC daily? Do you use the device for work? It is most likely that you’ve already used such key combinations as “Ctrl+C” and “Ctrl+V” while working with text, images, or any other materials. These are hotkeys that are designed to simplify user work. In the following infographic, discover some frequently used PowerPoint shortcuts.

Will Coronavirus Break the Internet

Peak usage is now the norm, but can our Internet handle this surge? ComputerScienceZone explains how to stay smoothly connected under the pandemic. Are you using the Internet wisely? [Click here for full size version]

The Future of Mobile App Development

Mobile app development has come a long way since the first smartphone came into existence, all thanks to the constant change brought about by technological advances in the way we communicate. We all know that smartphones have revolutionized the way customers want to be served today. Digital natives are fast becoming dominant global demography and it won’t be wrong to say that they survive and thrive on their smartphones. 

Data Theft: Protecting Your Data From Physical Theft

Accident loss and device theft are the biggest physical threats to your data. In 2018, credit and debit card fraud resulted in losses of nearly $28 billion. As data security grows more advanced, so do scammers. Computer Science Degree Hub explains how you can protect yourself from fraud and counterfeit in the infographic below.

What is an eSIM? How Do I Use It?

Look at the latest mobile, tablet and wearable releases and you’ll find one thing in common: eSIM functionality. From the latest iPhone 11 to the S20 series released by Samsung, it seems all the major manufacturers are now jumping on this rapidly developing technology. But what is eSIM? How can you make use of it in your new smart phone or smart watch?