What are website cookies?

The “Accept Cookies” notification that you get when visiting a website is impossible to miss. Probably you are accepting cookies without knowing their final purpose, or how will they be used. Sometimes you can’t even view the website if you don’t accept the cookie policy. But what are cookies and what are they doing? Read more

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How to identify a phishing email?

You receive an email from your bank, and they ask you to log in through a link to activate your debit card. The e-mail seems a bit strange, and you become suspicious. Is it real or is it fake? We are going to help you learn what phishing is and how you can identify a phishing email. Read more

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5 tips and tricks to be more productive while working from home

Flexible working hours, no travel time and no travel expenses, are a few of the benefits that come with working from home. But sometimes it can be a big challenge, and that is why we give you 5 tips and tricks to be more productive while working from home. Read more

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How to make your website GDPR compliant?

Do you have a website? Is it GDPR compliant? Do you know how will the GDPR impact your business? These are all questions that you should ask as a business owner or manager. Your website will have to be GDPR compliant by May 2018, and lack of compliance could mean hefty fines from the European Union. Read more

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The cloud. How does it work?

Floppy disks. Who remembers these? A few years ago, floppy disks were one of the most used resources to save our files and photo’s. These days we barely see any floppy disks, and people started using the cloud to save their data. The cloud is a term that many people probably heard of, but may not be completely clear for everyone. What is the cloud and how does it actually work? Read more

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Freelancers, small business and the cloud. A good combination?

Freelancers and small businesses have a lot in common with big enterprises, specially in regards to IT. Freelancers, small and big companies all need IT tools to keep functioning. The main difference being budgets which are significantly reduced for entrepreneurs and small companies. Read more