Choosing between Microsoft Teams and Google Meet

Microsoft Teams and Google Meet are two of the most popular online communication platforms today, thanks to their robust set of features that make staying connected with clients and colleagues easy and convenient. As the two tools are pretty much the same in terms of functionality, picking just one can be a challenge.

5 Savvy Gmail features you should try

Today, over 1.8 billion people use Gmail, choosing it over other email services for its ease of use and productivity-boosting capabilities. They’ll be surprised to learn that they can still take their Gmail experience up a notch by putting the following features to use.

Improve your password management profile with single sign-on

The average business can have well over a thousand user accounts spread over many different online platforms and services. Securely managing all of these logins can get difficult, especially since users are usually left to handle different complex passwords.

Leverage your mobile device’s biometrics authentication capabilities

We live in an era of ramped up cyber criminality. Nowadays, attackers don’t just target big corporations and businesses, they also target individuals, so you should use every resource to protect your data. One excellent example is biometrics authentication in mobile devices.

Which is better, Microsoft Teams or Google Meet?

If your business hasn’t already found the right platforms to support your remote workforce, it’s high time you did so. When it comes to business communications, Microsoft Teams and Google Meet are among the best. Both come with audio and video call functions, but you may prefer one over the other once you get to […]

Use Gmail with ease with these 5 tips

Gmail’s email management interface is a crowd favorite, owing to its pleasant aesthetics and intuitive design. But did you know that you can still take your Gmail experience up a notch? Try the following tricks. Undo Send In the fast-paced world of business, mistakes happen.

What is single sign-on and who is it for?

An average business uses over a thousand cloud services. Even if small businesses use just a few dozen apps, securely managing account logins is still a huge hurdle for both users and administrators. Single sign-on (SSO) is an excellent solution to this issue, so let’s dive into how it works.

Mobile phone biometrics enhances security

Constantly using passwords on a smartphone can be a pain, not to mention a high security risk. Luckily, popular mobile browsers like Chrome and Firefox Lite are now supporting biometrics for authentication to make logging in to social media, email, and online shopping accounts easier and more secure.