Niru's Tech Tips

July 19, 2017

The Power of Keyboard Shortcuts Keyboard shortcuts are generally used to speedup common software operations for your computer.   Some common keyboard shortcuts include “Ctrl-A” for ‘Select All’, “Ctrl-C” for ‘Copy’, “Ctrl-X” for ‘Cut’, and  “Ctrl-V” for ‘Paste”. By using a few keystrokes to ...

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The Problem: Scheduling meetings one-to-one can be difficult. Scheduling meetings with multiple participants is exponentially more difficult, e.g., a board meeting. The major task in scheduling is to find a time that works for everyone. From experience, we know that exchange of emails to schedule ...

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Our smartphones are our lifeline these days and most of us don’t step out without our phones.  But this lifeline is highly dependent on the cell phone’s battery, which never seems to last long enough.   The battery life has just not kept up with the increased power of our cell phones.  But, we also ...

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According to a report from Kaspersky Labs, a leading computer security company the number of new malware files detected by its products in 2016 increased to 323,000 per day. The easiest way for a hacker to enter your phone is through malware. In this article, we will introduce to the concept of ...

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We rarely go anywhere without our phones these days.  So, it’s inevitable that we will end up misplacing or losing our phone sooner or later.  With all of our personal data on it and not to mention the high price that we have to pay for the phone, the loss of our phone can leave a sinking feeling ...

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  In this article, I will introduce you to encryption, the why and how of encrypting the data on your phone. What is encryption? Encryption is the science of scrambling data or messages into an unreadable message. The purpose of encrypting data is to protect sensitive data to keep ...

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SPRINGFIELD, NJ - A Gmail phishing* attack has been perpetuated on millions of users in which the hacker sends you a fake email with an attachment that appears to come from one of your friends. Clicking on the attachment takes you to a replica of a Gmail login page. Once you enter your login and ...

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