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Get Peace of Mind: Secure Your Smart Device Data

on June 19, 2017 | by Jim Rhodes | Security, smart device, smartphone, stolen data, tech tips, Uncategorized

Every smart device owner has most likely experienced one moment where they reached for their device and it wasn't there. After a short, frantic search with no results, the dreaded thought enters the mind: "What if I lost it?" Because of the small size and portability of these devices, they are eas ... read more

Kit-Kat Update Causing Exchange ActiveSync Connect…

on November 27, 2013 | by Jim Rhodes | ActiveSync, android, Email, Exchange, Google+, HTC, Kit-Kat, Nexus, Samsung, tech tips

There have been widespread reports that the latest update for Android (version 4.4 also known as Kit-Kat) is causing Exchange ActiveSync connectivity issues. The problems vary from not being able to authenticate to the server when setting up an Exchange account to synchronization stopping for Active ... read more

The iPhone Email Client Is Nice But I Want More

on January 08, 2013 | by Jim Rhodes | tech tips

The makers of Touchdown for Exchange for Android have recently released a version for iOS, as well as a beta for Windows 8 and Windows RT. Touchdown is a robust email client that can be used as an alternative to the default mail client to synchronize your AppRiver Exchange account data with your ... read more

Your iPhone Was Here And Here And Here

on April 04, 2012 | by Jim Rhodes | Tech News

Your iPhone is not good at keeping secrets when it comes to the wi-fi roads it has traveled. Security professional Mark Wuergler (@MarkWuergler), recently found iPhone behavior that is a reason for concern. He discovered that the iPhone broadcasts the MAC addresses of the last three wireless access ... read more

Setting up a wi-fi network used to be a daunting task for the average user. People would spend countless hours in frustration and be assaulted with terms such as DHCP, DNS, administration console, and WPA passwords. If you didn't encrypt your wireless network your neighbors could use Fire Sheep to l ... read more

iSwear My iOS 5 Battery Life Is Much Shorter

on October 18, 2011 | by Jim Rhodes | tech tips

There are reports that some users who have upgraded to iOS 5 are experiencing major battery-life issues. It appears that it is affecting iPhone and iPad users more so than those who have an iPod Touch. There are some new features that have been added to iOS that may cause higher power consumption. W ... read more

Every now and then I get a call from an iOS user that has unknowingly discovered a common issue while using their iPhone/iPad. They tell me that they have created a calendar event or contact on their device that does not appear in their Exchange account. After some investigation, the answer is usual ... read more