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So far, Webex and Zoom are the only video conferencing platforms that offer end-to-end encryption (E2EE). According to a report in Bleeping Computer, Microsoft Teams will be the third service to offer E2EE meetings. The initial rollout for Teams limits E2EE to one-on-one calls only. Add a third party…no more E2EE. According to a Microsoft announcement at Ignite 2021, “End-to-end encryption (E2EE) for 1:1 Teams calls will be available to commercial customers in preview in…
Sometimes network speeds crawl like molasses. Sometimes Wi-Fi connections suddenly drop or the WiFi network doesn’t show up at all. To solve your network connectivity troubles on Android, you may want to try resetting the network configuration. TechViral has a post to help you do just that. The option is called ‘Reset Network Settings’ on your Android device. Keep in mind that if you reset the configuration, you will have to set up your VPN,…
One of the things Microsoft Office users gripe about is the change from menus to the ribbon. Hopefully, we’re all used to the current ribbon, but some still want to get back to a simpler way to navigate through the Office application. There is good news for those that would love to nuke the current Office ribbon. While you totally remove the ribbon, How-To Geek has a post describing how to enable a more simplified…
It’s been almost a year since we’ve been under “house arrest” and working from home as a result of the pandemic. Meetings via video conferencing applications have shot through the roof. Lifehacker posted a summary of a study by Stanford researcher concerning Zoom fatigue and what to do about it. Zoom fatigue is a generic term and isn’t specifically associated with Zoom. Zoom fatigue applies to any video conferencing application such as Teams, Google Meet,…
LastPass has announced restrictions for the free version forcing users to pick a single device type (computer or mobile) going forward. As a result, many current users are looking to jump ship and move to a different password manager rather than going to a paid version of LastPass. A major stumbling block may be the preservation of all the data already present in your LastPass vault. No worries. The Verge has a post explaining how…