Category Archives: Google

How to Improve Chrome Password Security

How to Improve Chrome Password Security

The last few days have seen lots of press regarding Google Chrome password security, or a lack of it. In summary, someone has made a lot of press around their “discovery” that it only takes a couple of clicks on an unattended PC to display all the passwords you save in Chrome. Is the problem… Continue Reading

Hello Office 2013. Or is it goodbye?

Hello Office 2013. Or is it goodbye?

So today is the day that Office 2013 went on sale. And no, I didn’t rush out and buy a copy – mainly because I’ve been using it for quite a while since it was made available to Microsoft Partners. Lucky me, eh? [one_half] And it definitely has some nice features, works nicely with Windows… Continue Reading

The end of free Google Apps

Starting today, Google are no longer allowing sign-ups to the free Google Apps service. Any existing trials or business accounts can be downgraded to free in the next 30 days, but after that the door is closed. Any existing free accounts will still be free. Just as when the number of users on the free… Continue Reading

Another little Google Apps niggle removed

Sometimes it’s the smallest thing that gives me the biggest smile. Most people will have realised by now that I’m a big advocate of using Google Apps for all things, especially email. There used to be one minor niggle though, that for some clients was a major annoyance. Using Google Apps Sync for Outlook, you… Continue Reading

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