Entries by Emily

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How to use Clutter in Outlook

Microsoft introduced the Clutter feature at the end of 2014 as a way to help users focus on their most important messages in their inbox. It uses machine learning to identify lower priority messages and move them out of the inbox into a new Clutter folder. Clutter analyses users’ email habits and past behaviour to […]

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How your USB connection is jeopardising your data security

USB drives, also known as thumb drives, flash drives and USB sticks, have become a popular form for storing and transporting files from one computer to another. Their appeal lies in the fact that they are small, readily available, inexpensive, and extremely portable. With easy storage and portability comes a responsibility to ensure sensitive business […]

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iPhone Hacking Campaign Targeting Users With Data-Stealing, Location-Tracking Malware

For many iPhone users, the thought of being a victim to a malware attack doesn’t often cross their mind. That’s because there is a common misconception that Apple operating systems are unable to be hacked. Android users have been vulnerable to malware attacks for years, however recently there has been a hacking campaign that targets […]

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Unlocking Outlook’s Greatest Email Tricks

Microsoft’s personal information manager, Outlook, is currently used by over 400 million people worldwide. With countless tools and features to increase your productivity and efficiency – we’ve compiled our top 4 tricks and just how to unlock them to get the most from your Outlook account. Top 4 Outlook Tricks 1. Delay Email Deliveries Outlook’s […]