Do you want to browse your office files without actually having to be at the office? For example, access them from your home computer, or maybe your smartphone? Fortunately, it’s easy. You can access files remotely in many ways. It’s free, it works on almost every platform, and all you have to do is to set up a workgroup using your system’s network file sharing options, or a LAN cable.
Author: Mark Driver
For many people, Bitcoin is the future. The benefits of this digital asset surpass the rather unstable nature of the coin market. That’s why over time the cryptocurrency has become a much more popular method of conducting online transactions all over the world. Users turn to Bitcoin because it allows them to keep a certain level of privacy while using it.
Whether you’re a seasoned torrent user or you’re just a beginner, you’ve probably heard about the US government shutting down Kickass Torrents, the widely used torrenting website. The official website is offline and you’re met with a large seizure notification when you open it. Some alternatives are therefore needed.
If you’re like most people, you are spending more hours of screen time across your various devices, most of which are web-enabled. Needless to say, all your traffic goes through your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Recent revelations about data breaches such as those perpetrated by the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica might have you concerned about your online privacy and security.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a privacy and security tool that has been around for decades. It lets you securely connect to the Internet, or a remote private network using servers in a specified location, all the while making it seem as though you’re accessing the Internet or the network from the location of the VPN server.