Dan O’Connor books coming soon to India!

Posted by on Jan 14, 2015 in Blog, books, General

Dan O’Connor books coming soon to India!

    Imagine if tomorrow you could strengthen all of your relationships and eliminate negativity in every area of your life. NOW YOU CAN! Dan O’Connor books are soon coming to India in collaboration with IntelliFox.. Keep watching this space for more updates! About Dan O’Connor: Internationally acclaimed author, blogger, podcaster, motivational keynote speaker, and dealing with difficult people expert Dan OʼConnor has been delivering dynamite communication training tactics and strategies proven to transform teams and individuals for more than 15 years. More information about Dan O’Connor can be checked on his website www.danoconnortraining.com UPDATE: 18/02/15 Dan O’Connor’s website dedicated for his Indian fans is now live! Click on the below button to know more: Dan O’Connor in...

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Samsung’s handsets to have in-built antivirus software

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Blog

Mobile phones users are growing fast and becoming synonymous with computers. In such a scenario the need for mobile security is greater than ever. Samsung realises this need and has tied up with Lookout-security firm to integrate antivirus software into all new Android phones. The idea is to target professional users who use the device for personal and work use. Lookout aims to eliminate threats by bringing real-time, cloud-based scanning to the platform. It is important to note that according to Chicago cyber-security firm Trustwave Holdings Inc., approximately 200,000 pieces of malware were found on the Google platform in 2012, nearly 50,000 more than the previous year. Older versions of the Android OS are non-compatible with the new security updates provided by Google, leaving them vulnerable to attack. Also, Google Play marketplace has lax security measures and is not able to effectively screen harmful applications. Lets lookout if Lookout’s can overcome the barriers and provide any formidable defense against potential malware attacks. Via :...

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Google Chrome to get ‘Parental Control’ with supervised accounts

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Blog

The popular browser Chrome is set to introduce a less previleged type account to enable parental controls. Code in the latest Canary build describes this as ‘supervised accounts’ and includes a few hints on how parents can use this to grant kids limited and controlled access to the web. In short, parents can place a link for a supervised user account on the desktop. This account will be linked to the manager’s Google account and a dedicated webpage will allow him to configure any restrictions and settings. The supervised user will have access to all sites by default if the settigns are left untouched. Its is unclear what the full scope of the accounts will be and when we’ll see this in beta and stable Chrome release channels. Google is till working on the user interface and most of the functionality isn’t there at this stage. Canary build users users can head to the chrome:flags page and enable the experimeental feature by checking Enable supervised users and Enable new profile management system. Via :...

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