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Our insatiable hunger for Internet access anywhere and everywhere is leading to a new space race. Companies are vying to get satellite constellations built and deployed to offer reasonably-priced high-speed Internet access wherever you need (or want) it. Traditional satellite offerings are expensive and were intended for low-bandwidth applications such as asset tracking. However, that is all about to change. And if you are a Mac user, the belief that Macs are immune to viruses, Trojans and malware is unfortunately no longer true.
In this newsletter:
- Why Satellite Internet Is the New Space Race
- Best Antivirus for Mac: Protect Yourself from Malicious Software
- 10 Ways to Protect your Android Phone
- 16 Simple, Yet Powerful Excel Functions You Need to Know
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Why Satellite Internet Is the New Space Race
Satellites are a reasonable way to achieve internet access where previously there was none. But the technology has not been fast, reliable, or responsive enough to compete with modern fiber or cable-based internet. That may change with efforts from the likes of SpaceX.
Best Antivirus for Mac: Protect Yourself from Malicious Software
Macs may be a far less tempting target for malware and viruses, but they’re not immune from attack. Even if you don’t care about adware or being used as a means to infect users on other platforms, it’s still possible to fall victim to ransomware, password theft, or stolen iPhone backups. Anti-virus (and anti-malware) protection is now just as important for Macs as it is for PCs. Confused or need help? Give us a call.
10 Ways to Protect your Android Phone
Do you use an Android phone? At the moment, Android’s future seems all unicorns and rainbows. However, expanded technological capabilities aren’t always a good thing—especially for security. This article explains why Android phones are more at risk for security issues than other phones, and what you can do to protect your phone and yourself.
16 Simple, Yet Powerful Excel Functions You Need to Know
Power users love to talk about how powerful and awesome Excel is, what with its Pivot Tables, nested formulas, and Boolean logic. But many of us barely know how to find the Autosum feature, let alone use Excel’s functions to create powerful formulas.