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How To Access Your Corporate Network From Anywhere in The World?

With the increase in the ability to work from home and initiatives like BOYD (Bring Your Own Device), corporate security has become a nightmare. Furthermore, cost-cutting techniques like crowdsourcing add an extra issue of ensuring corporate security for workers who are remotely hired from another country. And if that’s not enough, bosses expect their regular …

DropSend: Securely Send Large Files And Save Them To A Cloud Drive

DropSend is a web service which enables emailing files as heavy as 2GB. While it might seem less useful than TransferBigFiles which offers sharing files as heavy as 20GB, DropSend is in fact  quite handy for not just sending files via email but also to save the uploaded content in a cloud drive. DropSend also …

How to Lock a PowerPoint Presentation

If you need to share a PowerPoint presentation online but don’t want that the people who get it be able to edit or modify the content then there are many different ways to lock PowerPoint presentation or PPT files. In recent versions of PowerPoint you can configure the general options at the time you save …

Securely Store Your Passwords And Login To Accounts With Dashlane

With the increase in usage of web services and online accounts, it is becoming increasingly difficult for users to remember their passwords and to find a mechanism for managing multiple account I.D.s. Moreover, it can be quite tedious to continuously login to multiple accounts by entering the login credentials manually (e.g. to login to Google …

How to password protect a PowerPoint presentation

Password protecting a PowerPoint presentation may be required in some situations, for example if you need to prepare a confidential presentation or if you signed a NDA and need to protect your slides from other co-workers. Although there are some ways to keep safe a PowerPoint presentation (or actually any file) you can password protect …