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Choose a CRM for Google G Suite

by Charbel Bassil • October 16, 2018

Goodbye data entry. Copper, The CRM that works for you. The #1 CRM for customers who love Google. So you can spend time on lasting relationships instead of data entry. Copper is a new kind of productivity CRM that’s designed to do all your busywork, so you can focus on building long-lasting business relationships. Because Copper looks […]

How to protect yourself from KRACK, the WiFi hack!

by Elie Chahine • October 18, 2017

A weakness in the WiFi protocol places virtually all wireless-enabled devices at risk! WPA2, a WiFi security protocol found at the heart of most modern Wi-Fi devices, including computers, phones, and routers, has been broken, putting almost every wireless-enabled device at risk of attack. A solid advice for setting up a new wireless router or […]

Google announces the Pixel 2, PixelBook, Pixel Buds and more!

by Elie Chahine • October 5, 2017

Google held an event on October 4th, in which they announced the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL alongside a bunch of new devices. Here are the key announcements from the Google event: Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are Google’s new flagships. On the […]

New Gmail Redesign and Email Features coming soon!

by Elie Chahine • October 3, 2017

The web interface of Gmail is soon getting a makeover and several new features. Gmail is one of the most popular and feature-packed email client in the world, though there are a number of significant differences between the desktop and mobile versions. Some great features will be addressed in an upcoming update. The first visual effect […]

Google to celebrate its anniversary next week!

by Elie Chahine • September 18, 2017

Every year, Google celebrates its birthday with a doodle on September 27, but this wasn’t always the case. In 2005 Google published a birthday doodle on September 26, in 2004 it was put up on September 7, and in 2003 it was put it on 8 September. According to Google’s own company history, Google.com was registered as a […]

YouTube updated with a New Logo, Redesigned Mobile App, and more!

by Elie Chahine • August 30, 2017

YouTube is getting its biggest makeover to date. Google today announced a few changes coming to its mobile apps and desktop site, including a visual update for the well-known YouTube logo! This is the biggest change the YouTube logo has received over the years, as earlier improvements were much more minor tweaks, as you can see in […]

Organize your Business with Google Keep

by Elie Chahine • August 25, 2017

Google Keep offers a set of powerful tools that make it an effective task management utility, You can easily write down ideas or share to-dos with co-workers. The best part about Keep is that all changes are synced automatically, giving you quick access to your notes across all your devices, and on the web. Here’s what you […]

New Google Docs features help power team Collaboration!

by Elie Chahine • August 17, 2017

G Suite, the Search Giant’s set of online productivity tools, is getting a major update today that adds a number of new features to its productivity suite. Most of these updates focus on collaboration, but the service is also getting support for Google Cloud Search and it’s adding new templates and add-ons from partners like […]

Google Calendar gets updated for better handling of large events

by Elie Chahine • August 10, 2017

Google Calendar is a great tool for sorting out your different gatherings, arrangements, and so forth., however, as of recently, it hasn’t been the best to manage vast occasions. Today, Google is refreshing its Calendar settings to be more practical than any time in recent memory when trying to sort out and handle occasions that […]

How to protect yourself from Petya, the new Ransomware outbreak.

by Elie Chahine • June 28, 2017

Introduction A new wave of ransomware attacks targeting organizations across the world has been reported June 27, 2017. Reports indicate around 2,000 attacked users so far. The ransomware Petya was first reported in Ukraine, where its government, banks, state power utility and Kiev’s airport and metro system all particularly badly affected. The food giant Mondelez, […]