Informed Delivery: Delivering Information to Your Stalkers

November 26th, 2017 by Jennifer Lough

The United States Postal Service is getting all fancy schmancy on us. Unfortunately, their security measures aren’t quite keeping up with their technological moves. This means all y’all will be wanting to batten the hatches, so to speak, on your online information. Essentially, Informed Delivery is a service that allows you to view mail and control packages online, which can be helpful for things I’ll not detail now. Instead, let’s talk security. Read the rest of this entry »

Cloud Wars: Office 365 vs Google Drive

November 14th, 2017 by Jennifer Lough

As many may know, collaborative efforts are very much in vogue these days (maybe they’ve always been, but bear with me here). In all the time I’ve spent sitting in classes I’ve observed, with frightening consistency, that the first thing out of every group’s self-appointed leader is “I’ll start a Google Doc.” It’s pretty clear that Google Drive has become ubiquitous among broke and unwillingly collaborative college kids, but how does it stack up to Office 365? Which is better for professionals? And why would anyone pay for Office 365 if Google Drive is free, anyway? Analysis: as usual, the platform you want to use depends on your needs, so here are some things to consider.

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