Tag Archives: Security

Could your data betray you?

What all the data we leave behind look like if brought together, and what does this tell us about our privacy? Read More…

Device Encryption on Apple iPhones

Apple iPhones are encrypted by default so Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Policies behave slightly differently Read More…

iPhone 4 in business

With the iPhone rapidly becoming an accepted business tool for many companies, I’ve been interested to read about the changes that the forthcoming iPhone 4 and iOS 4 will bring. Read More…

Facebook Privacy Scanner

Facebook’s privacy settings are notoriously complex, in fact they’re a complete nightmare. Fortunately an enterprising coder has come up with a nifty little tool that scans your settings and recommends changes. Read More…

Will Mesh kick start Information Rights Management?

I’m a big fan of Live Mesh.  I’ve been using it pretty much since it launched a few months ago and have a few folders which I keep synchronised between my various computers.  It’s one of those things that you don’t realise you need until you have it… and then start using a computer without […] Read More…