Deleted something important by accident? Here’s one solution that works on multiple business systems as well as non-Windows file systems.
Imelda Tan blogs about practical application of technology at work.
Based in Singapore, Imelda is an arts fan disguised as a business consultant and Infocomm technical writer.
After almost a month of use, Paul Mah is of the opinion the BlackBerry Z10--even without BlackBerry Internet Services--offers great push mail capabilities and is a step ahead of rival mobile platforms.
Though slightly bulky, the Aegis Padlock 3.0 offers peace of mind with its real-time encryption, which means users do not have to sit through a data encryption process.
Corporate use of unprotected, or even software-encrypted portable storage devices, puts companies in a vulnerable position with regard to data loss.
The recent Evernote hack which forced passwords to be reset highlights the importance of not storing passwords in plain text.
New "Teleport Me" feature in iTwin Connect makes setting up a secure Internet access piped directly from your home or office Internet connection a breeze.
As the Jan. 30, 2013, launch of BlackBerry 10 draws nearer, here's a look at the some of the key elements of the upcoming operating system.
The 40-hour hackathon is taking place in the city-state this weekend, as Research In Motion hopes to drum up interest among regional developers to code for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform.
Paul Mah takes a closer look at Ultrabooks and concludes they deliver on the promise to provide functionality and portability.
Microsoft’s newly launched Outlook.com offers iPhone, iPad users ability to sync their contacts with modern Web-based e-mail service.
With imminent release of Windows 8 taking place just three months down, companies need to evaluate their needs before deciding to upgrade now or wait.
Welcome to Practically Tech, the place where I get to share about the practical applications of technology in your business.Armed with a much smaller budget, smaller businesses or SOHO (small office/home office) have always had a harder time in IT than larger enterprises.