Tagged: v30

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Microsoft Teams finally gains Guest Access

In the world of business communications, Slack is the undisputed king pin. While certain parts of Slack may be starting to slowly show their age, they continue to kill it. If integrations and customization...

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Twitter is still a dumpster fire

Reading though this post by Michael Steeber over at 9to5 Mac on his recent Twitter account hack and take over makes 2 things very clear. 1) The importance and safety net of account security...

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Review: Ubiquiti Unifi Networking

There are a multitude of wireless routers, hubs, and switches aimed at the consumer market. And while the higher end may have enough features to please even more picky power users and “techies”, there’s...

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Review: Spark for Mac

If you would have asked me about Twitter apps back in 2010-2012, I would have droned on for 13 hours naming off any and every decent (or better) Twitter app for a number of...

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Review: Google Pixel

For a long time, Google’s Nexus program has been the warrior of “pure Google”. Enthusiasts and power users alike have gravitated towards Google’s often low key, but powerful devices designed and built in cooperation...