With more people working from home due to the novel 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic, the internet has become more crowded than ever.
In the modern days of the web, there are too many information for any single being to consume.
With tons to show for the many queries people have, search engines need to be more relevant. They need to include many other 'signals', making search engine optimization (SEO) for websites more and more complex.
In other words, trends and the strategies to compete made SEO overcomplicated.
For example. SEO strategies can include optimizing the length of the title, the length of the page, the number of targeted keywords, targeting certain verticals and so forth.
In the malware and hacker-ridden digital world, people have long believe that every device needs an antivirus software.
This is true for the many devices and platforms out there. But unlike most of them, Apple's iOS that powers iPhones and iPads doesn't really need antivirus, and there are reasons for that.
First of all and for short, Apple said that it "designed the iOS platform with security at its core." Apple has made sure that iPhone and iPad owners don't need any antivirus solution, whatsoever.
Technology advances very fast, and one of which, is the inside of the mobile devices we use.
While their hardware and software are becoming more capable and more powerful, the source of energy that powers them doesn't advance as fast. It does improve with research and time, but considering our use of mobile devices increase, the pace batteries is advancing cannot keep up with our habits.
How much do people think their personal data is worth? And for how much money are they expecting as they part with their data?
According to a research titled “Putting a Price on Privacy” published by TheBestVPN, a virtual private network service provider, many people have less understanding about how much their data is really worth.
Employees work for their employers for a variety of reasons. It may be because of the money, the career, the knowledge and experience, or the connections.
But many job seekers are motivated by the opportunity for continued growth with their employers. Part of this is because switching jobs may be easy, but adapting to new working environment may not be the most pleasant experience.
What this means, employers need to offer their employees the chances and options to move up the career ladder, or at least giving them the opportunity to learn new skills.
Facebook's main app is a big one. And that is obvious considering that Facebook has a lot of features and functionalities.
Over the years, many online services like Google, Facebook, Uber, Spotify, Twitter and others have been trying to engage with the 'next billion users'. These people are first-time users of the internet, and most of them do this using low-powered and low-end smartphones.
Winning over this audience can be difficult.
With the internet in more places and smartphones becoming more capable, many people still use SMS to send messages.
As a matter of fact, billions of people still use the short-messaging service to communicate with their loved ones and colleagues. On the surface, the ubiquitous method has nothing wrong. But when seeing through security perspective, that's a different story
The truth behind SMS is that, the service isn't at all secured.