Tag: GDPR

Get a vault for your data!

It’s not often that we readily endorse a product or company. However, when the nature of work they engage in is considered ground-breaking and has a positive impact on our lives – it most certainly warrants a mention. The rationale for considering such tech-driven projects as highly significant is neither due to ‘gut feeling’. Nor that

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Get more organised digitally!

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One often hears the phrase “technology is your friend” To what extent the friendliness/support is, in being a most effective “companion” to assist you to cope with your daily activities or business plans depends on how you embrace it. Life can be chaotic. Which so much to do it is easy to frequently miss appointments;

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Anonymous Surfing

You don’t have to be an online arsonist, hacker or international cyber-terrorist to hide your online identity. Likewise, concealing your PC’s web address or (better known as) your Internet Protocol address (IP address), making it unknown to the public, does not necessarily mean you are up to no good online. Debunqed.com will, therefore,  build a case

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Already GDPR-ed Out?

Well it didn’t take long. Less than a full week in fact, for the first GDPR-related court cases to surface against none other than the biggest social tech giants Facebook and Google. It was as if lawyers were just waiting to pounce on the tech giants for their apparent failure to protect our rights as

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Life hacks using tech

We often do things out of routine without considering if there is an easier way to achieve the same result quicker and even more effectively. In a larger company or organization, this is the job of the business analyst. What if we applied this to other daily activities and tasks that shape the way we

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