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Using Wifi Sync & iCloud To Create a Backup on your Apple Device

What’s the worst thing that could happen with your iPhone? Losing It? Or maybe perhaps losing all the files you have stores in there, especially the personal ones. Ops! No need to fret though. In this article we are going to discuss how you can set up the iCloud or Wifi Sync features of your iphone so you don’t end ... Read More »

Changing the Wallpaper in Samsung Galaxy

1. From the Home screen, touch and hold an empty area until the Add to Home Screen menu displays. 2. Touch Wallpapers. 3. Touch Gallery, select a folder in which the wallpaper image resides, then touch an image and touch Save. – or – Touch Live wallpapers, touch a wallpaper image, then when the wallpaper displays, touch Set wallpaper. – ... Read More »

Telephony tools.

Telephone headsets; once you use one, you’ll never go back. Working hands-free increases your personal productivity, you are free to use your computer, handle documents, make notes, type, and move around. When you wear a headset, you work with your head and spine in the correct position for long-term comfort. This reduces the risk of neck and back injury and ... Read More »

Remember: e-mails are lawyer/client communications.

It is very important to remember that e-mails are lawyer/client communications. Practically speaking, emails fall somewhere between phone calls and letters. On one hand, e-mail is like correspondence written on paper and probably should be kept. On the other hand, some e-mails are like phone message slips and are not important to keep (unless you ever need to confirm the ... Read More »

As in Outlook, you can save Word 2007 documents to shared workspaces

As in Outlook, you can save Word 2007 documents to shared workspaces where other team members can get the latest version, check the documents in or out, save task lists, related documents, links, and member lists. Shared workspaces require Microsoft Windows Server running Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. As in Outlook, you can control distribution of sensitive documents via IRM. This ... Read More »

The terrible events of 9/11 and Katrina served to highlight how vulnerable we all are to unexpected

  The terrible events of 9/11 and Katrina served to highlight how vulnerable we all are to unexpected accidents and disasters. Accidents or disasters that have the potential to interrupt or destroy a law practice come in many forms. They can be natural, technology related, or man-made (both intentional and accidental). They may affect just a single person, everyone at ... Read More »

Developer Breakdown

In examining the companies behind these popular apps, more than 80% of these apps came from individual developers. Apple, Intuit, Kids Games Club and PayPal had more than one app in the top 50 for iOS, while Intellijoy, Imangi Studios, Intuit and PayPal had multiple Android apps. Intellijoy developed the largest number of apps that were tested, with three different ... Read More »

Growth of subscribed capacity in telecommunications has been driven by both technological changes and uptake

From a supply-side perspective, growth in the world’s subscribed capacity can be driven by factors such as: more subscriptions (or uptake of services), improvements in hardware performance, and better compression algorithms (software performance). Using an analogy, the underlying logic can be likened to filling a certain number of tubes (infrastructure) of different sizes (hardware) with content of different levels of ... Read More »

Developed economies remain the leading source of financing for foreign direct

Developed economies remain the leading source of financing for foreign direct investment in telecommunications, but developing countries are playing an increasing role Developed economies remained the primary source of FDI in telecommunications between 2007 and 2010, led by the United Kingdom, Spain and the United States. Nonetheless, developing-country investors made an important contribution to south-south FDI flows, as in the ... Read More »

Mobile-cellular services are the prime source of revenue in developing economies, driven by growth in subscriptions, and mobile data holds promising growth potential

The mobile sector is the prime source of revenue in developing countries, representing 62 per cent of telecommunication revenues, a proportion that continued to increase over the last four years (Chart 18). Mobile revenues in developing countries  20 per cent, in developed countries it declined by 5 per cent over the period analysed. Total telecommunication revenues remained an important determinant ... Read More »