Tag Archive: smartphones

May 01 2015

5 tips to improve the performance of your PC and phone

In light of how much we depend on our PC, laptop, tablet and smartphone, here are five tips to optimise their performance. We are already four months into 2015, and in more temperate climes, it is spring. In the spirit of spring-cleaning, and noting that most of us cannot afford to have our PC, laptop, …

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Dec 31 2014

How well did we do? A look back at our 2014 predictions

A review of the six ICT/tech trends we anticipated would be evident in the Caribbean in 2014. At the beginning of 2014, we published six trends we believed would become more evident in the Caribbean during the year. On this the last day of 2014, it is opportune for us to review our predictions and …

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Dec 29 2014

Roundup: for the week ending 28 December 2014

A roundup of ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region for the period Monday 22 December to 28 December 2014. Monday, 22 December 2014 Broadband for all Barbados – Barbadians unable to have access to robust fixed Internet service can expect to have this remedied before yearend 2015, regardless of whether they live in small …

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Dec 24 2014

Top 10 articles of 2014

The top 10 most widely read articles published by ICT Pulse in 2014. Of the 150 or so articles published on ICT Pulse so far for the year, below are the 10 most widely read 2014: 10. 5 critical questions to ask when preparing a business continuity plan Though no one would argue that business …

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Nov 28 2014

Is the new Facebook policy the sign of things to come?

Facebook is changing its privacy policy. Here we highlight how the concept of privacy might be changing. This week, Facebook began to notify its users of its new privacy policy, which will come into effect on 1 January 2015. The policy is considerably shorter than the current version, and much easier to read. With the …

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