WhatsApp hacking: the new method hackers are using and how to protect your WhatsApp account

In recent weeks we have seen a surge in the number of phishing and hack attempts on people's emails, computers, social media, and even WhatsApp The global statistics for cybercrime are frighteningly high and it is clear that the unprecedented public...

Backup Blunders: The most common backup mistakes (and how to avoid them)

What would you do if you lost all of your precious data – decades of family memories and a lifetime of documents and paperwork Backup of data should be the number one priority for anyone who does not want to risk losing data Here are the most...

The Ultimate Checklist for Setting Up Your Business IT

If you are a business owner, or in the process of setting up a new business, now is perhaps the perfect opportunity to have time to take a breath, plan or craft your business strategy, optimise and develop the systems and processes you have in place...

Homeschooling: How to organise & what tools to use

With schools beginning to close to stop the spread of coronavirus, you may find yourself working from home with a new side-gig: teacher If you're new to homeschooling, you're probably wondering how you can help your kids learn and keep them...

Need to work from home? How to get your IT set up and running

As the Corona Virus outbreak grows, more and more people are being asked to work from home in order to minimize the spread If your employer has enforced home working or split shifts, you may feel lost navigating remote work and struggle to be...

Managing and organising photos

The Importance of a “Digital Photo Hub” (and How to Create one)

The foundation of good organizing is to keep like with like instead of having everything scattered about, so why should your photos be any different They need to be collected in one central (and safe) location so that you know where to look for them...

Struggling with Poor Wifi Coverage? Techniques to Solve Those WiFi Woes

WiFi black spots, intermittent service and buffering are all fairly common issues in Singapore, partly due to the dense structure of the concrete and reinforced steel buildings here There are a number of different techniques that we can implement to...

Managing and organising photos

6 Photo Management Mistakes You’re Making (and How to Fix Them)

In the age of digital photography, the chances are you have a huge, unwieldy photo library that is in desperate need of attention That’s just the nature of shooting digital The inherent problem here lies in actually having to manage all of your...

Tech New Years Resolutions for 2020

The usual New Year’s resolutions involve hitting the gym, getting healthy and spending less Why not change it up this time and add tech resolutions to the mix Take a look at some tech-inspired changes you can make in the new year 1 Create a...

How to watch BBC iPlayer in Singapore (and your other favourite international TV shows)

So how to watch BBC iPlayer in Singapore Living away from your home country, many expats miss their favourite TV shows from back home – BBC, US Netflix, EPL, ABC etc Whilst one can watch some content on Mio and StarHub TV, the choice is limited...