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We entrust our finances, friendships and photos to our tablets. This guide from Intel shows you how to protect your digital assets from unauthorized access, so you can enjoy the freedom to use your tablet wherever you go.
Infographic Design: A+
Awesome professional design that is interactive and helps bring the information. I always love an interactive infographic because it give the readers something to do while they are reading.
Infographic Information: B+
The information is helpful for protecting your tablet from hackers or other harmful viruses that may steal your personal information. The information can even be elaborated on when clicked.
This infographic can also be found here.
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We hear horror stories all the time of people who have had personal information stolen from their mobile devices. No one wants to be the person to have their information stolen and this infographics shares some tips to help you protect your mobile phones.
Infographic Design: A
I loved the design for this infographic. The bright orange background stood out to me and the images were funny and worked the information. The main points are bold and if you would like to read more there is smaller text avaliable that does not take away from the main message. The design flow well and the reader can easily skim the infographic for the message.
Infographic Information: A
Awesome information that could help protect mobile device users. I had no idea that free apps carry infections. These are helpful tips that I believe many people are unaware of.
Symantec – Keep Your Pesky Hands Off my Mobile Data
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The report, SaaS with a Face: User Satisfaction in Cloud-based E-mail Management, is based on research across 248 organisations using SaaS email management solutions. It finds that, whilst the SaaS model is driving real business benefits, the quality of vendor support often leaves much to be desired – and these failings strongly affect customer satisfaction. For more information on email management solutions, please visit Mimecast.com
Infographic Design: C
I like the comparison design making it easier for the reader to see the different features side by side. The colors work well together as an overall color scheme. There are a lot of large numbers but the information might have been better displayed in creative charts.
Infographic Information: B
The information overall is interesting and gives a good view of how users feel about cloud-based e-mail managements systems. This is almost like a demographic report of how users feel.
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The last time I went to talk to the owners of the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), they acted like they’d never seen anybody who was trapped in the wrong timeline before.
They said something about “Mental Health”, and authorities. Then they tried to keep me there, which was not going to work out for me, I needed to hurry and get back to my own timeline before my great-grandmother could catch up with me.
I don’t know why I always get into these situations, about every third or fourth time I take a temporal vacation, there’s something hitting the rotary oscillator. I can’t afford to pay for the Temporal Stabilization Service that is offered at some of the more legitimate travel agencies.
At this point, I think that I am just going to build one from scratch, I’m tired of trying to use these primitive Particle Accelerators to try to activate my return card.
The only problem is, the legality of unregulated privately owned wormholes, and the self destructive feedback loop.
Simply put, it’s illegal to make a wormhole for yourself, unless you’re rich enough to afford the insurance, and can deal with the Paradox Regulation Administration (PRA).
Paradox Insurance and Radiation Mitigation are the worst expenses, especially when compared to the relatively inexpensive commercial services.
I have all the parts I need now, well except the Radiation Mitigation tools, hopefully this thing won’t consume the Solar System if it explodes.
That’ll teach them to make safety components so expensive.
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We often think of mobile’s role in commerce as simply allowing the consumer to do research in the store and make their purchases elsewhere, the dreaded “showrooming” effect. Increasingly, though, shoppers are using their smartphones to actually purchase items, replacing their credit cards and wallets entirely. This infographic from Merchant Warehouse examines the various benefits of mCommerce for consumers—and why businesses owners are beginning to encourage in-store mobile commerce.
Infographic Design: A
If you have been reading my reviews you know that a good title is important to me and this infographic has a nice title. It is large and clearly states what the information will be about. I like the retro colors that are used throughout the infographic. The neutral background helps to highlight the bright colored information making sure the reader catches every word.
Infographic Information: A+
I have not yet experienced all of the features mentioned above but they seem to make perfect sense and I am sure that once I find a store using these I will be taking part as well. The idea that I can pay for something in the store without waiting in line at the register is awesome. I also love the idea that merchants can now scan phones to give customers discounts. I have seen this done when I have had a coupon from an app on my phone. I think this information just shows how much technology is changing every aspect of our lives and I personally cannot wait to see what else is to come.