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Blockchain moves into top spot for hottest job skills

Developers with blockchain skills have become the hottest commodity in the freelance marketplace, according to a new study. Freelance employment website Upwork released its latest quarterly index of the 20 hottest job skills, which shows that job postings for workers with blockchain skills have grown exponentially this year. In its last quarterly report, blockchain technologists were in second place behind ... Read More »

How to turn your Android phone into a powerful collaboration hub

Hey, I’m JR Raphael. These days, you don’t have to be in the same conference room — or even time zone — to work side by side with your co-workers. With the right set of apps, you can turn your Android phone into a powerful collaboration hub — and then stay connected and productive… wherever you might be. — We’ll ... Read More »

How to turn your Android phone into a powerful collaboration hub

Hey, I’m JR Raphael. These days, you don’t have to be in the same conference room — or even time zone — to work side by side with your co-workers. With the right set of apps, you can turn your Android phone into a powerful collaboration hub — and then stay connected and productive… wherever you might be. — We’ll ... Read More »

Why we love lawyers (well, OUR lawyers, anyway)

This IT pilot fish has spent the past year and a half helping his company’s clients prepare for the European Union’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, and with a month to go, it’s been smooth sailing — mostly. “Over the last 18 months I’ve been asking my customers time and again about their readiness to implement the GDPR rules,” says ... Read More »

N.Y. AG’s scrutiny of cryptocurrencies unlikely to stymie a thriving industry

States and the federal government are increasing their scrutiny of cryptocurrencies in an attempt to bring more transparency to a market where buyers and sellers are anonymous and regulatory oversight is light. Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ether, LiteCoin, and Ripple skyrocketed in value last year as investors sought to get in on what many see as the future of global ... Read More »

Allo, goodbye: The craziest thing about Google’s latest messaging pivot

Stop me if you’ve heard this one: Google has a new plan for fixing its mess of messaging apps and bringing clarity, consistency, and order to an area that’s been chaotic for far too long. As reported in a novel-length story by The Verge last night, Google is “pausing” all work and investments in Allo — the standalone chat service ... Read More »

Microsoft holds up Windows 10 feature upgrade after finding BSOD bug

Microsoft has postponed the release of the next Windows 10 feature upgrade for an unspecified period, saying that, among other things, the code harbored a bug that crippled some personal computers. “In certain cases, these reliability issues [we discovered] could have led to a higher percentage of (BSOD) on PCs,” wrote Dona Sarkar, the head of Microsoft’s Windows Insider preview ... Read More »

12+ things you can do with a locked iPhone

With so much focus on staying productive, it may surprise you to realize just how many things you can do with a locked iPhone. What can you do and how can you switch these features off? Wake it up The Raise to Wake feature available since iPhone 6S/SE means your iPhone can tell when you pick it up and will ... Read More »

Google updates Sheets with macro record features

Google has rolled out updates to Sheets, including the ability to record macros – part of the company’s plan to appeal to more business users with it G Suite cloud product portfolio.  Macro recording provides a way to automate repetitive tasks within the G Suite spreadsheet tool, potentially saving users hours of duplicated effort. [ Further reading: 10 Smartsheet tips ... Read More »

Patch Tuesday brings some surprises, some early crashes, and a surreal solution

With all of the problems in the January, February and March patches for Windows and Office, you’d think we would catch a break in April. In one sense we did — some of the worst bugs in the earlier patches now seem to be behind us. But we’re definitely not out of the woods just yet. Patch Tuesday by the ... Read More »

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