Free alternatives to Microsoft Outlook

Outlook: free and fee-based alternatives at a glance

 

Traditional e-mail is still a big part of online communication for private and for business use, with many users typically opting for Outlook as their e-mail client. But many private users and small businesses often look for Outlook alternatives, since Outlook can often end up...

 

Outlook emojis

Outlook: How to use emojis in Outlook

 

A picture says more than a thousand words – this proverb also explains the immense popularity of emojis. Smileys, in particular, have long shaped digital communication and are a way for the sender to convey how they are feeling to the addressee. While they began their life in...

 

PSD2

PSD2: What does the Payment Services Directive mean for you?

 

When it comes to making payments on the internet, customers favour security and convenience over everything else. The payment process shouldn’t take long and must meet data protection requirements - after all, this is very sensitive data. Regarding PSD2, the EU is presenting a...

 

.eu domains and Brexit: What will happen?

EU domain names and Brexit: Will your domain name be revoked?

 

As of the UK’s withdrawal date from the European Union, individuals and businesses owning a .eu domain will face the risk of it being revoked should they fail to have an EU address. Read more about the European Commission’s communication and the steps to follow in order to...

 

Best Video editing programs

The 7 best video editing programs of 2019: beginner, advanced, and professional

 

Professionals use video editing software to create amazing films. However, video editing is not just for professionals. The best video editing programs of 2019 manage a balancing act between suitability for amateurs and professionals. With the right video editing software, you...

 

The best WhatsApp alternatives

The best WhatsApp alternatives

 

Invitations to dinner parties; updates about work; an away day with your Sunday football team: if you’re not using WhatsApp, you run the risk of missing out on important information. With more than a billion worldwide users to date, the app is more popular than almost any other...

 

5 Slack alternatives for internal corporate communication

Slack is a cloud-based communication tool for businesses. It is best known for its user-friendliness and its instant rise to success on the market. Many Slack alternatives are just as intuitive in their design – and many have the advantage of meeting Euripean data protection standards. With self-hosted and open source options, some of the best alternatives to Slack provide businesses with full...

Cross browser testing

Optimising your website on all devices and browsers serves is an important badge of quality for both users as well as search engines. Due to the sheer amount of different web browsers, this aspect of optimisation is often overlooked. Cross browser testing tools analyse how your website is displayed in different browsers, identify problematic codes, and support you with optimisation.

Content Security Policy: more security with web content

Websites can be full of security risks, especially when it comes to active content like JavaScript. Cross-site scripting enables cyber criminals to modify this content for their own purposes. This is dangerous for website operators and especially for internet users. The Content Security Policy tries to reduce this risk. Learn what’s behind the security standard and how it works.

The right way to deal with spam

Billions of spam e-mails are sent daily. These annoying messages cost time and get on your nerves, especially when malware finds its way onto your computer or private data falls into the wrong hands. Just a few small tricks and a bit of caution when dealing with e-mails can remedy the situation.

Identifying phishing e-mails: the telltale signs at a glance

Scammers send out dubious e-mails attempting to obtain sensitive data from internet users every day. This is known as phishing and isn’t just annoying; fraudulent e-mails cost millions each year as internet users fall victim to them. We reveal how to identify phishing e-mails and how to render your inbox harmless.

Two factor authentication: How to protect your accounts

Poorly secured accounts on the web have repeatedly led thousands of people to become victims of hacking or phishing attacks and lose control of their accounts. With a two factor authentication, accounts can effectively be protected against such cases. Because more than just a password is required for log-in, internet criminals can’t do much with the spied credentials. Here, we explain how two...

Malware removal: how to recognise, remove, and prevent malware

Practically every PC user fears Trojan horses and computer viruses. Security is paramount if you are managing sensitive data or setting up a server. You need a comprehensive security concept to protect yourself against insidious malware. It’s helpful to know the different types of malicious software that exists, and how to combat and safely remove them.

Cybersecurity – digitally protected on the go

More and more dangers are creeping into the digital world. So it is no surprise that the issue of cybersecurity is gaining more and more weight and is taking a leading role in the fight against cybercrime. But how can you protect yourself from dangers on the network? And what is the current state in the UK? We provide you with an overview of this.

Outlook: free and fee-based alternatives at a glance

Traditional e-mail is still a big part of online communication for private and for business use, with many users typically opting for Outlook as their e-mail client. But many private users and small businesses often look for Outlook alternatives, since Outlook can often end up being expensive. There are lots of excellent e-mail programs that won’t break the bank.


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