Grundig IT Newsletter Computing News That You Can Use - November 2020 OK. Usually, we are talking about computers, IT and other ways to enhance and grow your business with technology. This time, a slight detour. Phones. Equally important, but not focused on so much. I have an iPhone and have used one since I switched from Blackberry (remember Blackberry?) a long time ago. Benjamin has a Samsung (Android) device. Both are great and perform similar functions. Which one is better is really a … [Read more...] about Phones – Not Quite Computers, But Equally Important
Greetings! The focus of recent Grundig IT newsletters has been on security and on emerging cloud and mobile technologies that businesses can harness to enable their employees and grow their companies. This time, we will be taking a look at a particularly important security topic: Passwords. I'll also review the new iPhone 6 and reveal a great website that covers a variety of computing topics in a manner that is easy to read and understand. As usual, feel free to suggest topics … [Read more...] about September Newsletter: Passwords, iPhone 6 and Ask Leo!
Here's what I am thankful for this year in the computing world and in my business. What are you thankful for? Windows 7 I am thankful for Windows 7. The successor to Windows Vista, and Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 7 was officially released on October 22nd, 2009. It's faster, easier to use and has better built-in backup than Windows Vista, among other new features. Windows 7 is my first choice for most business and residential computer systems that will be … [Read more...] about Here’s what I am thankful for this year in the computing world and in my business. What are you thankful for?
You will probably pay more attention this year to your selection of a smartphone than to buying a computer. The personal computer has been around since the early 1980s. The original Macintosh followed shortly thereafter, in 1984. Computers as we know them are over 25 years old. Smartphones, on the other hand, such as the Blackberry from Research in Motion and the iPhone from Apple, are relative newcomers on the scene. Today's smartphones are packed with more computing power than the … [Read more...] about The smartphone is the new computer . . .