What price would you pay to get back family photographs lost because of a hard disk failure? £100? £400? £1000?
Again we have asked Members of the MIT team to tell us about their favourite mobile applications. So heres what they said
I mean after all, it's just a big storage device isn't it?
We've known that PBX sales worldwide have been falling for some time and a recent set of figures from analyst firm *MZA have confirmed this.
We thought it prudent to mention that just because you have an up to date Antivirus installed on your system you could still be attacked by Malware.
Google have a fantastic tool for checking a file for viruses.
You can select a suspicious file and upload it to the virustotal website.
The site then scans the file with about 90 different Anti-Virus scanning systems, AVG, EST, Avast, Intel and so on.
Then gives you a report back from each of the vendors findings.
Good luck and happy virus hunting! :)
Hosted VoIP Market grows as SMEs embrace technology
In illumes latest Hosted VoIP/UC report, we saw a return to strong growth with the market growing at 12% in the last 6 months to reach 1,296,266 users by the end of 2013. This growth was fuelled by both a continued growth in number of providers with illume now tracking over 80 companies with particular growth focused on the SME segment of the market.
If you need to record and/or edit audio we recommend using Audacity, a free audio editing tool available online here http://audacity.sourceforge.net/.
Most people know about the common keyboard shortcuts, CTRL + C for copy, CTRL + V for Paste and CTRL + Z for Undo. But what about cut and redo? Well Cut is CTRL + X (Imagine a pair of scissors) and redo is CTRL + Y. Also you can quickly save your work in most software pieces by using the shortcut CTRL + S. You can format your text using keyboard shortcuts. Pressing CTRL + B makes your text bold, CTRL + I makes your text italic and CTRL + U underlines the highlighted text. Once you are finished with your documents you can print it by simply pressing CTRL + P. If you wish to search for a specific word or phrase within a document you can search by pressing CTRL + F, then by typing in the desired word/phrase.