Do you need more space? Working from home means you need to stay organized in order to keep up on incoming invoices, meeting notes, important contracts, purchase orders, shipping tracking, price sheets, and files, plus all the messages coming through Gmail. If you're using a basic Google account, your 15GB of shared space is going to fill up fast. Google has several packages that make it easy to step up as your needs and budget grows, so you don't have to feel trapped with an expense that's hard to pay while working on your bottom line. … [Read more...] about Should I pay for additional Google One storage?
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The blocking will occur via Google's Safe Browsing tech, which you've probably seen before: it's that big red interstitial that appears when you click on a dodgy search result. Safe Browsing has been around for years, but it mostly just prevented you from visiting sites that were serving up malware, or sites that Google had otherwise deemed unsafe. … [Read more...] about Google now blocking websites that show fake download buttons
Instead of “ianpaul,” type the username you want to use to use log in to Nextcloud. The “correctHorseBatteryStaple” bit is our password. Don’t use it—it’s from a very well-known XKCD comic and is just an example. … [Read more...] about How to Build Your Own Cloud File Sync with Nextcloud
Create your own Teams organization, for freeIf you're not part of an existing organization and you don't have an Office 365 Business subscription, you can install the Teams app and use it in the "freemium" mode. That version, which never expires, gives you unlimited chat, built-in group and audio or video calling,10GB of team file storage, and 2GB of personal file storage per user. You also get real-time collaboration with the Office web apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote). There is no end date. … [Read more...] about Working from home? Stay connected using Microsoft Teams, for free
Ohio bans gatherings of 100-plus people Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced a ban of 100 or more people in a single room or single space, including stadiums, arenas, conference rooms, meeting halls, cafeterias, auditoriums, parades, fairs and festivals but not including airports, bus and train stations, medical facilities, malls, grocery stores, restaurants, factories, offices and schools where there can be large groups but "it is unusual for them to be within an arm's length of one another." The Ohio ban also doesn't include religious gatherings. Ohio has five confirmed cases of COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus timeline: How the disease spread across the globe from Dec. 2019 into March 2020