Category Archives: Enterprise Applications

Give Google Docs a distraction-free upgrade

Give Google Docs a distraction-free upgrade I don’t know about you, but I spend a shockingly high amount of my life staring at the Google Docs interface. Docs is where I write all of my columns and articles along with other assorted musings. And by and large, it’s an ideal environment for me to […]

Asana targets sales and ops teams with new integrations

Asana targets sales and ops teams with new integrations Asana has tailored its app to be more useful to sales and operations workers with workflow templates and new third-party application integrations, including Salesforce and Jira Cloud.  The work management software vendor launched its first offering aimed at a specific job role last year with […]

iPhone 9 release and high end vs. low end smartphones

iPhone 9 release and high end vs. low end smartphones Apple is rumored to announce its new, lower end iPhone at the end of March. Modeled after the iPhone 8, the iPhone 9 (or maybe it’ll be called the iPhone SE 2) will offer consumers a cheaper alternative to the higher-end iPhone 11 or […]

Firefox starts switching on DNS-over-HTTPS to encrypt lookups, stymie tracking

Firefox starts switching on DNS-over-HTTPS to encrypt lookups, stymie tracking Mozilla has started to turn on DNS-over-HTTPS, or DoH, as part of its overall strategy of stressing user privacy. “We know that unencrypted DNS is not only vulnerable to spying but is being exploited,” wrote Selena Deckelmann, Mozilla’s new vice president of desktop Firefox, […]

Microsoft Patch Alert: February 2020 patches bring fire and ice but seem to have settled – finally.

Microsoft Patch Alert: February 2020 patches bring fire and ice but seem to have settled – finally. The real stinker this month, KB 4524244, rolled out the automatic update chute for four full days until Microsoft yanked it – leaving a trail of wounded PCs, primarily HP machines, in its wake. The other big-time […]

Wayback Wednesday: The joy of do-it-yourself IT

Wayback Wednesday: The joy of do-it-yourself IT This holding company owns a handful of subsidiaries that all run independently — which keeps things interesting for an IT pilot fish who works there. “In IT, we are often told to just make it work when one company buys its own software,” fish says. “Websites are […]

10 steps to smarter Google account security

10 steps to smarter Google account security There are important accounts to secure, and then there are important accounts to secure. Your Google account falls into that second category, maybe even with a couple of asterisks and some neon orange highlighting added in for good measure. I mean, really: When you stop and think […]

Answering your Windows questions: February 2020

Answering your Windows questions: February 2020 Computerworld Windows expert Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis answer viewers’ questions about the latest Windows 10 release and other Windows-related topics. If you have a question, post it as a comment. Source: Enterprise Applications

Attention, phone-makers: Our devices aren't your billboards

Attention, phone-makers: Our devices aren’t your billboards A troubling trend is taking shape here in the land o’ smartphones, and lemme tell ya: It’s something that really gets my feathers ruffled. The short version is this: Manufacturers of high-end, expensive devices are treating the phones they sell us as billboards. Despite the fact that […]