App Security and Privacy

Many people with a smartphone are generally more aware of the privacy (and, in conjunction, technological and personal security) they give up when installing certain known apps on their phones. News from major media outlets have increased their coverage in recent years over risky apps and services to use. It's not all bad, though. Zoom …

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Using an iPad Pro for Productivity as an IT Professional

About 4 or 5 years ago, I purchased an iPad Pro 9.7”. Apple was pushing the iPad hard as a productivity machine. For me, since then, it’s been especially useful as a web browser and Netflix consumption device from the start. However, since then, my iPad has become more and more useful. As updates are …

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Automate All The Things: Shortcuts

Making Things Simpler Making things simpler is more than "ease of use". It's also about how quickly and efficiently one can complete a task without a lot of hassle. Apple iOS' Shortcuts is a profound way to utilize and produce workflows: things that would generally take you some time (or third-party apps) can happen very …

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