Are your passwords secure? I listened to a really interesting book recently about hacking... one of the most interesting things this book talked about was how easy passwords are to crack. So here are my top password tips: DON'T WRITE DOWN YOUR PASSWORDDON'T SAVE YOUR PASSWORD IN A FILE ON YOUR COMPUTERDON'T USE WORDS FROM … Continue reading Keychain & Passwords
It is possible to save pretty much anything as a pdf using the Print menu. Documents in Pages, Spreadsheets in Numbers and even photographs from Photos. If you don't already know PDF's are really useful. They are a type of electronic document which can be opened and read on any device. PDF documents, act similar … Continue reading Saving as a PDF
Probably the most frustrating thing when using the Internet is trying to remember hundreds of different passwords (as we all know by now that we shouldn't set them to be the same for everything!) There are many schools of thought on password strategies to help you remember your passwords, however the invention of Keychain on … Continue reading Saving Passwords
I've had a few questions this week about how to set parental controls on the iPhone. There are a couple of different options, all can be found in Screen Time. We will look at setting Downtime, useful if you want your children to have access to their phones for an emergency or so they can use it as an alarm, but not be able to communicate with friends, access apps, mail and other features of your choosing, during certain times. Setting the amount of time your child is allowed to spend on each app using App Limits. Screen Time also allows you to set Content & Privacy Restrictions.