Back Up Your Mobile Device too

What kind of a small business consulting firm would we be if we didn’t instill a deep commitment in our customers to back up their data? How many people tell you to back up your mobile device? Not many. We recently ran into this with a consultant here in our office. Her 2 month old iPhone 4 hatched the dreaded NO SIM issue. Like a good customer she logged on to Apple.com and made an appointment with the Genius Bar. Much to her surprise they had an open slot in 30 minutes. She packed up her purse and headed out…forgetting to...

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Oh…I Have A Project That Can Use This

What a great product.  The iPhone or iPod Touch never actually sees the credit card number.  You see the hardware sees the number then encrypts it before send the data to the phone. I am working on a project that will go live next month.  This product could benefit greatly from a mobile credit card processing machine. YouTube Direct...

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WordPress iPhone App Update

I finally got this stinking app working, well if this posts I did. WordPress.org has been a nightmare of a time working through some issues with thier iPhone app. If you have an iPhone and have been running into the same error I have then listen up. I fixed my issue by changing the blogs theme back to the Blue default. Once that is complete and activated connect you WordPress iPhone app to the blog. Once successfully connected go back to the blog and change your theme back. Hope that helped a few of you....

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Small Business Wi-Fi Hacked

Crowding your small business airways with Wi-Fi is the trendy thing to do these days.  While it is a great thing to have, you need to be careful.  Many of your company files can be access easily by someone with very little skill. What’s that you say? “John I have security features in place, I have nothing to worry about”.  Wrong.  Check out this article. WEP Wi-Fi security has been known as an easy-to-crack security protocol for a while now, which is why it was superseded by the more secure Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)...

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