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Enterprise tools for Mobile Device Management

Today I will be talking about two program options for mobile device management and the name of the programs you will possibly see when shopping for Mobile Device Management tools. Also, I will give you prices and some of the perks to having that specific program and hopefully this information helps you with making a decision on the Mobile Device Management Tool. The first program for Mobile Device Management goes by the name Barramundi Management Suit. They promise that it will integrate with Windows operating systems with ease. Also, they promise that you will have a very powerful deployment with the software where if you were to purchase their product. Another thing to know is that your data will be guaranteed safe because of their security that comes along with the software also it comes with great backup and recovery features with their system. Last thing to know with soft Barramundi Management Suite software they're easy to connect with their helpdesk in case there is a need for their services. There isn’t a price to be given you must contact the company. The next program you may hear if you are in the market looking for Mobile Device Management. It goes by the name MobiLock Pro. They are offering a free trial with the service some things to look for its that it is also a great program that allows you to communicate very easily with your Android and iOS and Windows devices and real time. Some additional information about the program is that it has a Password protection kiosk mode that helps protect your password from restricted websites...

How to troubleshoot battery life issues on mobile devices

Today I will be discussing ways you can diagnose your Android phone or your iPhone with battery issues and how to resolve them. The first phone battery we will discuss is the android phone and the battery issues you may encounter and ways you can resolve them, and these ways will work best for Android 9 and up models. The first step is to change the settings to your phone. The reason why is that there may be apps that are working that are draining the battery life of the phone so by changing the settings you are now able to shut down that app that may be draining more battery that you may want to drain. The second step is to check all your apps and make sure there are not running when you don’t want them to because they can drain your battery life. Also, you may uninstall apps that you may not have known you have downloaded and there the reason why your battery’s life is draining so fast. Another note to consider when trying to remove certain apps the ones that are programmed in the phone and you won’t be able to remove them, but you may disable them from draining your battery's life. From those steps, if this doesn’t help with your battery life draining issues then try these steps. The first thing you can do is restart your phone and see if that helps with the battery draining issues. If that doesn’t work, check for updates for Android. It could be draining because the software is out of date and causing the phone...

Which tools do you need to repair modern laptop?

  Today I will be illustrating on the tools you would need and how to take apart a modern-day Laptop and to repair if need be and here are a few steps that will help to take apart a lot of models of laptops because of the similarities of this process that I will explain. The first you will need to purchase are some tools you can find these tools they are called Electronic Repair Screwdriver Bit Set kit these tools are a little higher in price if you don’t have as much money to spend you will look for tools that go by the name called precision tools they will work also for what you will need to take apart a Laptop and they are less expensive also. The second step is to locate your laptop you are about to take apart after you have done that you will make sure it is unplugged from on energy. That means if it is plugged in the wall please unplug after that remove the battery that is located on the backside of the laptop you will notice it should be a locking slider that keeps the battery in place. Switch the slider to open so that the battery can be removed note if it doesn’t remove look to the other side of the battery they may be two sliders to shift. After this is done now remove the battery. The third step is to grab the screwdrivers that you have purchased in look to the back of the laptop to remove any components that are present that will include Hard...

How to Secure Your Mobile Device in 5 Steps

The rapidly changing of technology and portability of mobile devices, have forced people to heavily rely on these products. With these increased functionalities, mobile devices carry out several our day-to-day activities, like: surfing the web, booking appointments, setting up reminders, sharing files, instant messaging, video calling, and mobile banking. Given all these applications, mobile devices are vulnerable to online threats and are also susceptible to physical attacks due to their portability. Some of the security threats include malware specifically designed for mobile devices: worms, spyware, unauthorized access, phishing, and theft. Here are some steps that will help you minimize the exposure of your mobile device to digital threats. USE STRONG PASSWORDS Strong passwords coupled with biometric features, such as fingerprint authenticators, make unauthorized access nearly impossible. Your passwords should be eight or more characters long and contain alphanumeric characters. If your mobile device allows two-factor authentication, don’t hesitate to use it. You don’t want to be subject to unforeseen attacks. Add a passcode, PIN, or pattern lock. This helps protect your data from an attacker who gets ahold of your phone, even if the app developer didn’t properly secure the data. Use different passwords for sites and apps. If you use the same passwords for banking, social media, email, etc., then a hacker only needs to figure out one password to gain access to your identity. You can choose when you want to change your password, but don’t forget to change your password at least every 90 days, three months … ENSURE PUBLIC OR FREE WI-FI IS PROTECTED Everybody loves free Wi-Fi, but free could turn expensive in a...

How to Encrypt your Android device

        Encryption does more than bar a person from accessing information on your cell phone, which the lock screen does. Think of the lock screen as a lock on a door: Without the key, uninvited guests can't come in and steal all your belongings. Encrypting your data takes protection a step further. It makes the information unreadable, useless … even if somehow a hacker gets through the lock screen. Software and hardware vulnerabilities that admit hackers are found from time to time, though they're usually quickly fixed. It's also possible for determined attackers to hack lock screen passwords. The benefits of strong encryption are the extra protection it provides for your personal information. Device encryption is not a one-stop solution for protecting all your data and information from prying eyes, especially when you are sending data over the internet. Instead, device encryption converts all the data stored on your phone into a form that can only be read with the correct credentials. Once encrypted, your music, photos, apps, and account data can’t be read without first unjumbling the information using a unique key. There’s a fair bit of stuff going on behind the scenes, where a user password is converted into a key that is stored to keep it secure from software attacks. This key is then required to encrypt and decrypt files, sort of like those alphabet cypher puzzles that scramble up letters. The downside to encrypting your mobile data is, at least on Android devices, it takes longer for you to log in to your device because, each time you do it decrypts the...