One of the best things about ONLYOFFICE applications is the fact that they’re super easy to use and extremely intuitive. In other words, the first time your team members open up ONLYOFFICE services to use, they’ll easily be able to find their way around them and get straight to the point. The three biggest ONLYOFFICE apps include Documents, Spreadsheets, and Presentations, plus there are apps for things like email, and there are even a project management service and customer relationship management platform. Safe to say, everything you’ll need is included with ONLYOFFICE’s suite of services. … [Read more...] about ONLYOFFICE Is the Collaborative Office Suite Your Business Needs
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It Takes Vigilance It’s always difficult to guess what the future might hold, but this technology will almost certainly only get better. Also, anyone could potentially be a victim—not just high-profile individuals, like elected officials or banking CEOs. … [Read more...] about Audio Deepfakes: Can Anyone Tell If They’re Fake?
Apple seems to have cut corners in the software department too while making the affordable iPhone SE. As per a report by MacRumors, with the new iPhone SE you cannot long press (or 3D Touch) notifications to expand them. This feature was first introduced with the iPhone 6S and the iPhone SE has surprisingly skipped this feature which is now seen as something very basic. Instead of the long press Haptic Touch support, you will have to swipe a notification left and tap on the ‘View’ option to expand it. The iPhone SE is the only iPhone in recent times to not have this functionality. The Haptic Touch support does make it easy for people to perform quick actions. For example, long pressing the a Gmail notification will give you the option to reply to the mail or archive it from the notification centre itself without opening the Gmail app. The new iPhone SE is powered by the A13 Bionic chip with third-generation Neural Engine, the same processor that powers the iPhone 11. … [Read more...] about Apple iPhone SE doesn’t have Haptic Touch support for notifications
Not long after killing off the Chromebook Pixel, Google has revived it in a way that no one was expecting leading into its reveal. Now, it’s called the Google Pixelbook, and it takes a sharp turn away from its predecessor. That’s mainly because we’re looking at a machine that can run Android apps natively in addition to bolstering Chrome OS. With ample storage space, nigh-perfect stylus integration and Google Assistant, the Pixelbook is the best Chromebook you can buy. That said, while Google Pixelbook deals will be hard to come by, it's one of the most-searched laptops right now, so it's worth calling out – not to mention being on the lookout for hot deals. In all honesty, you can afford to save your cash for an all-in laptop with more features - this isn't exactly the price tag for a quick Chromebook purchase after all. … [Read more...] about The best cheap Chromebook prices and deals in August 2020
Why it matters: Are you using the free version of CCleaner? If so, you’ll probably notice that Windows Defender is now flagging the junk file remover as a Potentially Unwanted Application (PUA) after Microsoft recently updated its antivirus program. CCleaner optimizes a system by removing unused and temporary files, thereby making it faster and freeing up storage space. It also features a registry scanner for invalid references. You can download CCleaner here and see similar alternatives. … [Read more...] about Windows Defender is flagging CCleaner as a Potentially Unwanted Application