What Is a Supply Side Platform?

The world of technology is highly complex and people often feel that they can’t understand it due to the difficult terminology. Luckily, however, things such as the supply side platform are actually not that complicated to understand, if explained properly. Hopefully, the following information will help you with this.

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Benefits of Electronic Health Records for Patients

Electronic health records have proven to be an effective way for patients to improve how they deal with their care. As a patient, you need to be aware of your health information because this simplifies the process of updating and sharing your medical records. A significant amount of the activities you undertake to safeguard your health take place outside medical facilities.

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Using Your NOOK for Video Conferencing

NOOK’s new Samsung Galaxy Tab comes with a huge list of excellent new features, from the inclusion of streamlined and personalized apps to the exclusion of permanent “in your face” widgets that may not even be relevant to your preferences, but by far one of the best is the fact that the new NOOK runs Android 4.4 out of the box, giving it all the functions of a standard 7-inch Android tablet without the same “bloatware” apps and features found in most tablets.

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The Ultimate Guide to Phishing Protection

For those of you who are not familiar with the phishing term, here is a simple definition: phishing consists in personal information theft (through any means) in order to get access to one’s bank accounts. Of course, the final goal is to steal money. Those who practice phishing are called cybercriminals. In 2008, there were more than 5 million phishing victims in USA alone.

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Cutting The Cord: Five Ways Wireless Tech Can Make Your Life Easier

How many of us have drawers full of tangled chargers and cables, all bundled up like a Rubik’s Cube of knotted wires? We know we’re guilty, hoarding them all on the off chance we might need a charger for a phone we last owned eight years back. The last bastion of dated tech, wires are finally getting the chop. Mobiles made the move years ago, and soon enough most facets of our daily lives may be able to unplug too, so today we look at five ways advances in wireless tech are making our busy lives easier.

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EnLightning: All about the New iOS USB Standard

iiNet’s iPhone 6 plans are a popular option for those looking for the best of the current generation iPhone experience, but many longtime iPhone owners are surprised to find their old accessories no longer work with their new iOS devices. The original 30-pin platform, a wide, flat input that was the standard charger and USB style for years, provided a reasonably reliable connection between iOS devices and charging or power sources, but was not without significant flaws.

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How To Keep Data Secure When On The Cloud

With the recent Apple iCloud scandal, it is obvious that most people are afraid whenever they hear anything about cloud storage. Keeping data secure is very important and the truth is that it is also your responsibility to be sure that your data is always secure. It is not just the responsibility of the provider. With this in mind, here is what you need to remember.

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Threat Intelligence: Your Answer for Security Log Overload

Your network security solution was supposed to help you solve your cybersecurity problems. Instead, it’s generating more logs and alerts than your team can possibly review.

If you’re a small company with a small IT team, security log overload won’t help you defend your network. You need a tool that can find the most important information within those piles of data.

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