July 2019 – Newsletter, RIP iTunes

iTunes may be as good as dead, leaving us all wondering what will happen to our music? Apple isn’t taking away the tunes you’ve undoubtedly spent years listening to and crafting playlists with. Instead, they are reimagining iTunes duties into 4 parts including Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, Apple TV, and the Finder. For now, iTunes…

May 2019 – Newsletter, Honey Pot for Hackers

As loyalty programs shift from paper and plastic to apps and websites, they are increasingly tracking a currency more valuable than the amount you’ve spent, and this is your personal data. Programs begin to know things about you like your favorite flavor, when your craving strikes, how you pay, along with your billing and contact information.…

May 2019 – Newsletter, WhatsApp Vulnerability

WhatsApp is encouraging users to update to the latest version of the app after discovering a vulnerability. The spyware, injected to a user’s phone through the app’s phone call function, was developed by the Israeli cyber intelligence company NSO Group. Attackers could transmit the malicious code by calling the user and infecting the call whether or…

April 2019 – Newsletter, Datto SaaS

If you think your email and cloud documents are being backed up, think again – unless you have SaaS Protection from Datto. Datto SaaS Protection is reliable, simple, and secure backup protection. SaaS Protection will insure your business against data loss across G Suite and Office 365, including Gmail, Google Drive, Team Drives, Exchange Online,…

April 2019 – Newsletter, Apple TV Plus

Here’s what we really know – and don’t know – about Apple TV Plus. At its headquarters in Cupertino, CA, Apple finally revealed plans to launch Apple TV Plus, a subscription service for exclusive original shows and movies. The new service will live inside Apple’s revamped TV app sitting next to other video subscriptions like…