Ever do a little web surfing at work? Do you update your Facebook on company time? You might want to read this article on who may be watching while you ‘work’.
The Federal Government has launched a website to help educate you about online security. It gives information on cyber safety in general and has a good selection of articles explaining exactly what various threats are all about, and how to avoid them. If you’ve heard terms such as ‘phishing’ or ‘spyware’ but aren’t sure exactly what they mean, this site will help you understand.
With everything else Google has to offer, searching the World Wide Web is still what it does best. Google search results can be even more relevant if you use some of these tips.
Even those few among us who don’t actually use the Internet have heard of Google, and likely have an idea of what the search engine does too. But even regular users are often unaware that Google offers much, much more. With a free Google account you can do online word processing, create spreadsheets, read books, organise your schedule and share it with others, download free software like Picasa or Chrome, and so much more. To see what you’ve been missing, go to Google and click the ‘more’ link.
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