What Beginners Need to Know About Running a VPN on Android?

VPN on Android

It’s a time where communication, activities and entertainment is taken over by smartphones, we all love to sit and enjoy some spare time activities on social networks, watching online streaming of videos, online shopping, paying bills online etc. all these daily routine activities have become a matter of touch with the boost in smartphone technology and Android is the most selling Operating System in the world due to its amazing features with affordable prices that cater everyone’s pocket. We love to use the internet on our Android phone because it is easy and flexible we can use it from anywhere anytime we want and that ease forced millions of smartphone users to surf the internet through a less secure and open public networks like Wi-Fi, and according to a survey people are totally unaware of the hazards it can bring not only to your device, but to the sensitive and confidential information it contains like your bank account details, your credit card details, your personal and private images and chat history, contact numbers of your loved ones etc. if any cyber attacker gets the access to your Android phone it can exploit all your personal information which can turn into a nightmare for you. Most of the smartphones come with built-in Anti-virus software these days and many users think that is enough for the security, but what they forget is that Anti-virus can only protect your device from the harmful viruses, worms, and malware etc. but what about your online security from hackers, spammers and other cyber attackers and snoopers? For that you need an additional online security software that is called a VPN means a Virtual Private Network, which gives you ultimate security by hiding all your internet data on the network from the prying and spying eyes and protects your online identity by faking your IP address which also enables you to access geo-blocked content and bypass censorship which is an added advantage of using a VPN.
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Opera Launches Free VPN App for Mobile Users

Opera Launches Free VPN App

Just recently Opera has launched a free VPN App for iOS which allows all the iPhone and iPad users to secure their online identity while surfing the internet on less protected and open networks like Wi-Fi. It provides all the major features of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for the iOS users like access to all geo- restricted content, power to change the IP address and acquire any other country’s IP address as per their need to bypass the censorship and geo-restrictions, enabling privacy shelter to the users by encrypting all their internet data through a secure tunnel plus some additional services as well like blocking ads during browsing with its built-in ad blocking, and it is available for mobile and desktop versions of iOS currently but the company said it will be available for Android OS soon.
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Microsoft SharePoint 2016 Promises Improved Optimization of Office Online Server & Exchange Server

Microsoft recently released the newest version of its browser based collaboration platform SharePoint 2016, with promise to make online server functions much better and advanced than before. Over the years, Microsoft acquired a lot of data and feedback from the community regarding the older version of SharePoint. With the advancement of technology, they have finally adapted some of those features with hopes to enhance the hybrid capabilities of SharePoint. Sharing documents, accessing files, sharing contacts and calendar details, all through the browser is can make the everyday operations of business much more efficient.
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Microsoft Xbox Live cross – It Network Support: An end to the console war?

Similar to the great rivalries between Coke and Pepsi, apple and IBM, the great console war has been raging on between Microsoft and Sony since the early 21st century. Ever since the release of the Xbox in 2001, the two giant corporation has been battling it out to beat each other and dominate the console industry. However with Microsoft’s recent announcement of the Xbox Live cross IT network support, the first step toward ending the console war might have already been taken.
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How Can You Recover Your Dead Hard Drive?

Data and files are integral components of everyday life. Whether you are a business or a personal user, we all have documents and precious data that is irreplaceable if lost. We have been around technology long enough to know that it can often catch us by surprise and one fine day, your hard drive might just drop dead. If you are part of the majority who do not bother with keeping backups, you are in quite a pickle. All the time and resource lost can be frustrating and even cost your entire business to go down. Before you start to panic, there is still hope. Depending on the damage done and the type of issue, it might still be possible to save your data, and even bring the hard drive back to life. However, it can still be tricky and can often end up costing a fortune.
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Top Six Tools to Recover ALL Your Data From Digital Camera

Life is an amazing journey that we all go through, with countless precious memories and moments to cherish. Photographs are definitely the most convenient and simplest way to preserve and capture those memories, making moments last for an eternity. Some people might love and value their photos more than others, but one thing is certain, no one wants to face the thought of accidentally losing them all. Honestly, they are more than just simple pictures of our past, they are the residues and footprints of our entire life.
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DND, RCMP Faces Issues Dealing with Shared Services & IT Network Support

Recent news released by CBC raises concerns as they report the difficulties National Defence is facing due to inefficiency of Shared Services. Starting from 2012, Shared Services Canada was created to look after the email, data, phone servers and the overall IT network support of 43 government agencies including the DND and RCMP. Inefficiency was found in almost every level of service, from faulty servers to backdated parts or even negligence of paying bill. Documents found by the CBC shows the disappointments and complaints made by the DND and RCMP, and how these are making every operations difficult and even dangerous. Higher official and defence officers have shown raising concerns regarding the threat these failures puts on the cyber security of the nation.
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New IT Security needed for Internet of Things #Belfast2016

The growth and development of technology is slowly making the world of sci fi a reality. The Internet of Things in one of those components that is playing a huge part in the progress. With The world gradually becoming more and more connected to devices and networks, it is only a matter of time till everything around us is synchronized. With apps in our phones today controlling external devices, to the device friendly workplace, to the integrated home security networks, it has already began. However, a raising concern remains, is our IT security keeping up with this pace of evolution?
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Microsoft SQL Server Management to Work on Linux – Oracle Feeling the Heat

Just a few days back, Microsoft shook up the market with their recent announcement of making SQL serverver management available for Linux. Yup, you read it right! With the long history of rivalry between the two and Microsoft practically treating Linux like cancer all these years, the news took everyone by surprise. It seems that Microsoft might actually be taking a step towards collaborating with one of their oldest competitor. On the other hand, Microsoft also revealed their plan to offer free license of their SQL servers for anyone who will switch from Oracle. Both of these moves combined, it seems like Microsoft might just be trying to get two birds with one stone. With the success of SQL and these new strategies, it just might be possible.
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Microsoft Offers Free License on SQL Server in Return for Leaving Oracle

Microsoft made a recent bold move out of the blue aimed at its major server competitor Oracle. With the announcement to offer free license on Microsoft SQL server in exchange for leaving Oracle, they are here to show that they mean business . They also announced the release of a SQL server version for Linux, further strengthening their move and making the blow on Oracle heavier. Just a add another layer of aggression, they also released a full page advertisement on the Wall Street Journal, suggesting corporations to “Break free from Oracle”. To even further facilitate their aggression, they are also offering free database training for administrators used to Oracle.
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