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Posts tagged as “iPhone”

How to Change the Default Archive Setting in Gmail

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According to Lifewire, users who maintain Gmail as their email provider of choice cringe 96 out of 100 times when trying to swipe to delete an email in their mobile phone mailbox because swipe is set to archive rather than delete.

If you are one of those users, learn how to fix this default setting (iPhone or Android).

Contact pmap@scbar.org if you need assistance.

How Recent is Your Mobile Backup?

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If your office smartphone or tablet were to "brick," or no longer work, could you recover data to a new device?

Many iPhone and Android owners recently found themselves answering this question because of bad updates, bugs and repairs. Users who maintained iPhone or Android backups on a regular basis were able to quickly bounce back, but those who didn’t were not as lucky.

If you are planning to download the latest manufacturer update, be sure to check if your mobile device is eligible for software updates (Android or iPhone), has enough space (Android or iPhone), has a backup in several locations (cloud, hard drive, external drive) and properly downloads the update (Android or iPhone).

Contact pmap@scbar.org for information or assistance.

PMAP TECH TIP: Mobile Security Hygiene

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Do you connect to unknown wifi or computer networks when you are away from the office or forget to bring your own cable or plugs when you are out of the office for a meeting? Security professionals are encouraging technology users and business owners to pay close attention to good mobile security hygiene as indicated in this post from Air-Watch. This is especially important with employee security hygiene getting worse as ransomware exposes insider negligence, according to Security Magazine. Avoid ransomware infections and other cybersecurity problems by checking out these top 10 cybersecurity tips from SBA and don’t forget to contact pmap@scbar.org if you have any questions.

Smartphone Storage

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Smartphones and mobile devices are a must-have tech tool for attorneys and staff. Not only are they an app powerhouse at your fingertips, but they are also a valuable bank of data, all packed into one handheld device. It is very easy to underestimate or run out of smartphone storage space. Here are a few best practice tips from Techlicious to help free-up space and keep that storage space free on your smartphone. Have questions about this PMAP Tech Tip or a law practice management related question? Contact pmap@scbar.org.