By Jeff Nolan on April 17, 2015
I have a Nexus 9 and a Nexus 6, both running Android Lollipop 5.01. Almost immediately I noticed that there was a lot of lag in the UI and performance was generally slow. After doing a lot of research it appears that forced encryption in 5.0x is a huge performance drag on hardware that would […]
By Bob Warfield on September 12, 2011
What if your business could suffer a major security breach even though your own sites were all properly secured and not penetrated? ”How can that happen?” you ask.
Welcome to the world of typosquatting. The problem starts when employees send emails containing sensitive information. If they mistype the name of the destination domain slightly…
By James Governor on April 20, 2011
If you don’t know Dropbox you should. Its a wonderful service for sharing files between multiple people and machines. Its like magic, frankly. Most Web developers and designers I know use it. Why FTP when you can Dropbox? It spans native and the cloud beautifully- so a folder on your desktop is perfectly synchronised with […]