4 ways to delete your smartphone data

Smartphones hold sensitive data such as financial information, confidential emails, and contact details that you wouldn’t want falling into the wrong hands. To wipe data from your old phone, do the following: 1. Encrypt your Android phone Ensure that strangers don’t have access to your private data by encrypting it to make it unreadable. Newer […]

Are you tracking your Android’s data use?

If you’re frustrated that you still have to deal with mobile data limitations in 2019, so are we. Sure, there are service plans that offer unlimited data, but they’re often expensive or don’t make sense for the average user. Check out these tips for monitoring your mobile data usage so you can stretch it further. […]

How to protect your company mobile devices

While mobile devices cannot equal what desktops and laptops can do, they’re inching pretty close to matching them. That’s why businesses are allowing their employees to use their smartphones and tablets, which help increase productivity and enhance collaboration. But mobile devices have also become the new targets of cybercriminals. Protect your devices with the following […]

Google Pixel: An iPhone competitor

Although Google released its first high-end smartphone later than Apple and Samsung, its mobile devices have consistently been top performers. The latest version of its Pixel phones are out and there’s a lot to like for business users. Models and pricing The Pixel 3 comes in two models, each with two price points depending on […]

Steps for deleting data from your mobile

Whether you’re planning to give away your old phone or resell it, it’s crucial that you securely delete all your data first, because the last thing you need is for the new owner to have access to your sensitive information. Fortunately, you can let go of your old Android phone without any worry by following […]

How to keep your mobile devices safe

Increased productivity and constant collaboration are two of the main reasons why businesses have integrated a mobile policy into their business. This means an increased use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets in daily operations. But as the number of mobile users continues to grow, so does the number of cyber crime.