Monthly Archives: January 2015

AccessEnforcer Update: New HTTPS filter and more in version 3.1.16

Many Internet firewall managers are facing a quandary when it comes to filtering Internet content for users. As more and more web sites use secure connections it is becoming a question how to filter these connections. If a web site is using a secure connection… Continue reading

LotusShare Version 2.2.1 Release

LotusShare Version 2.2.1 has been released this month. We have correct some issues and increased the speed of data transfer between devices. This update has been automatically applied to your desktop and mobile device software. Fixes and improvements include… Optimized transfer buffer sizes which increases… Continue reading

Hacks to Improve Your 2015

We are hearing from many that 2015 started with a bang and some were already feeling overwhelmed by the end of the first week. The way Christmas and New Year’s Day fell on a Friday a few weeks ago it allowed many of us to… Continue reading

New Tech at the Consumer Electronics Show

We have been hearing of the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) for a couple of years. We are talking about Internet connected refrigerators and other appliances. Nest is beginning to deliver on that promise with the connected, smart climate control system for your… Continue reading

Lenovo Tiny Computers, More Than Small

I have always thought that the all-in-one computer was a great concept. You can a large format screen with none of the wires and the additional box on your desk. But there is a big drawback I have never been able to get past. All… Continue reading

New RingCentral Features

RingCentral has been rolling out many new features and enhancements very frequently. Here are just a few of the latest improvements… Call Reporting You can now view reports and graphical historical analysis of your company’s activity, such as: Inbound and outbound call volume Call activity… Continue reading

Siri Hands Free

Siri, the intelligent personal assistant found on all Apple iOS devices now has a new activation method. You can currently long press the home button to enable Siri by default. The new setting allows you to access Siri by just saying “Hey Siri”. Of course… Continue reading

The 12 IT Snafus of 2014