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Heartbleed? You're too late.

Traenk offers a friendly reminder that this is shape of things to come...

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Spot the Hacker (Part I)

Traenk wonders aloud at the changing face of Security--and Hacking.

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My iMovie is here, and it looks great!

Traenk just downloaded his pre-purchased book on iMovie.  Is a book on an 'easy' app like iMovie needed? 

Yes.

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Human Telematics v2

What is Data Leakage, any way?  Why is it now such a big problem?

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Should You Share Your Fitness Information?

Whether using a Fitbit or Jawbone UP, many are recording their fitness information and sending the changes to the Cloud.  


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It was 20 years ago today: Data Migration Strategy II

Is your information ready for the next 20 years?  Traenk gives more information on what you must understand when creating a Data Migration Strategy, something all organizations, businesses, and people must create.

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And the People were Heard

Traenk's not out on a limb when complaining about Windows 8.  Today, let's discuss options...

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What is your data migration strategy?

Traenk wonders how we should manage our data when so many formats come and go so rapidly.

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New Operating System Upgrades--And the winner is . . .

Traenk recently upgraded to the free Windows 8.1 and Mac OS X Mavericks updates.  Which of the two was the better, more effortless upgrade?

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Email Compromised; What Now?

What is your response plan for your email being compromised?

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Windows 9 Final Ideas

So many principles introduced in these Windows 9 blogs now appear in Windows and Surface advertising.  We are not alone, we Windows users who want Microsoft to take Windows to the next level...

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More Compelling Windows 9 Features

Many post little more than harsh criticism of Microsoft's Metro Interface in Windows 8.  Traenk thinks there is a middle path that can get people talking about the powerful Operating System instead of the interface. 

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