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Topic: What's the best password storage app for iPhone?
Bottom Line: Today’s question is straight forward enough and so my answer will be short and sweet as well. Hands down its 1password.
1password is so in sync with Apple devices you’d almost think it had been created by Apple. 1password sports the following features:
While we’re on the topic of password security… If you want to store passwords for a computer I recommend storing them on an external hard drive. If you only plug in the external when you are accessing passwords, you’ll be super secure as your passwords won’t even be available online to be compromised.
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EFF report on who keeps your info secure:
Bottom Line: So what companies are serious about keeping your online info secure – even from the Government? You might be a bit surprised. EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) produces an annual “Who’s Got Your Back?” report. The research rates companies in six areas of user info protection. Let’s go through some highlights (or lowlights as the case may be with some).
Worst overall: Verizon going 0 for 6
Tied for second worst: Apple, AT&T & Yahoo with 1 out of 6
Best overall: Twitter & Sonic.net – both 6 for 6
For the complete report click the link below:
Bottom Line: I’ve enjoyed sharing the progress of the Panera Bread non-profit restaurants with you over the past two years. To bring you up to speed. Panera Bread has opened a series of restaurants that operate as non-profits. They have the same menu options and same look. Just an altruistic approach.
The non-profit versions of Panera Bread ask for a donation at the cash register. No money is actually required to obtain a meal. Anyone is entitled to 1 free meal per week. Now if you’d like to make a donation you certainly can. What’s been happening has been heartening.
Those that can pay do and often pay even more than what full menu price would be. Those in need of food obtain a meal. Those who need additional food during the week can trade an hour of work at the restaurant into another meal. It’s worked so well that one location has turned into many. It’s also increasingly brand loyalty and driving sales as people feel good about going to Panera. Meanwhile it’s a huge win for shareholders as well.
Over the last 3 years Panera Bread shares have increase from about $40 per share up to $178 currently. This new model of conscientious capitalism is highly popular with younger demos and could be part of a corporate culture adopted by others in years to come.
Mobile theft continues to rise despite new national database:
Bottom Line: So a few months ago a national database was created so that when you report a smart phone as being stolen, carriers will know and not allow that phone to be activated. At the time it seemed like a good idea to help prevent the growing trend of thieves racing down the road grapping smart phones from our hands. It’s not working though. Why?
Well smart phones that make their way across the border aren’t subjected to the
It’s believed that manufactures could implement technology into phones that could permanently disable them if they were reported stolen. No word for any cell phones on that idea yet…