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What those IP ratings like IP68 or IP53 really mean

Waterproof phones are exciting. Instead of dropping your phone in a bowl of rice when you accidentally knock it off the counter and into the sink, you can just dry it off and keep on truckin’. And many of today’s waterproof phones are as waterproof as they can possibly get—they’ve got an IPX8 rating, where 8 is the highest (barring extreme products that aren’t made for consumers) “waterproofness” a consumer device can possibly qualify for.Right?Well…maybe not. The Samsung Galaxy S7 has an IP68 rating—the highest rating a consumer device can get on the IP scale—but that still doesn’t mean you should take it surfing or white-water rafting. Here’s what those IP ratings really mean.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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What those IP ratings like IP68 or IP53 really mean

Waterproof phones are exciting. Instead of dropping your phone in a bowl of rice when you accidentally knock it off the counter and into the sink, you can just dry it off and keep on truckin’. And many of today’s waterproof phones are as waterproof as they can possibly get—they’ve got an IPX8 rating, where 8 is the highest (barring extreme products that aren’t made for consumers) “waterproofness” a consumer device can possibly qualify for.Right?Well…maybe not. The Samsung Galaxy S7 has an IP68 rating—the highest rating a consumer device can get on the IP scale—but that still doesn’t mean you should take it surfing or white-water rafting. Here’s what those IP ratings really mean.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
http://www.cio.com/article/3166006/android/what-those-ip-ratings-like-ip68-or-ip53-really-mean.html#tk.rss_consumerelectronicsMicrosoft Office 2010
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Configure Corporate Exchange Email with the Samsung Galaxy S™ II Skyrocket™: AT&T How to Series

Learn how to Configure Corporate Exchange Email with the Samsung Galaxy S™ II Skyrocket™.

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Configure Corporate Exchange E-mail with the Samsung Galaxy S II™

Welcome to AT&T How To videos.

Today we will show you how to Configure Corporate Exchange E-mail with the Samsung Galaxy S II™

To begin,
– From the home screen, tap E-mail.
Please Note: To setup an additional account, access the inbox and tap Account name- Menu key – Add account.

– Then enter your E-mail address and account password, and then tap Manual setup.

– Next tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.

– Here you can enter your E-mail account information and then tap Next.

• Domain\User name
• Password
• Exchange server
• Use secure connection (SSL)
• Accept all SSL certificates

– A notification will be displayed. Then tap OK to continue.

– If there is a security policy enabled, a notification will display. Tap OK.

– Then configure the account options as desired, and then tap Next.

• Peak (synchronization) schedule
• Off-peak (synchronization) schedule
• Period to sync e-mail
• E-mails retrieval size
• Period to sync calendar
• Send e-mail from this account by default (only displayed if multiple accounts are configured)
• Notify me when e-mail arrives
• Sync contacts
• Sync calendar
• Sync task
• Sync SMS

 Now enter the desired E-mail account label, and then tap Done.

• If a security policy is enabled, scroll down and review the security policies, and then tap Activate to continue.

– Select the desired security type:

• PIN (Use a numeric PIN code): Enter and re-enter the desired PIN code, and then tap OK.
• Password (Use an alpha numeric password): Enter and re-enter the desired password, and then tap OK.

– Your Email inbox will be displayed.

– Test the setup by sending yourself an Email.

If further assistance is needed feel free to contact our online Business Support Team at www.att.com/biz. If accessing the site for the first time you will need to enter your device model and click “Go”.

Thank you for choosing AT&T.

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Duration : 0:3:18

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Cloud Computing & ARM in Servers: Why, Where & When? (Computex Keynote by Ian Ferguson)

Ian Ferguson, Director of Server Systems and Ecosystem at ARM, speaks at Computex Taipei about cloud computing and how the ARM Ecosystem adds value to building the cloud infrastructure.

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Future Consumers, Lifestyles and Online Communities – impact of new technology, communications, wireless networking on business and personal life. Patrick Dixon – Futurist / Futurologist conference keynote speaker

Future of Telecom and Consumers. Belgacom client event – 700 CEOs and CIOs by conference keynote speaker Dr Patrick Dixon. Future of communications, marketing, management, leadership, virtual teams and virtual organisations. Virtual meetings and distance learning. Future bandwidth, video streaming demand, convergence and divergence of technology. Future innovations in communication. Strategy for emerging markets and developed markets.Banks will become phone companies and telecom companies will become banks. Mobile payment systems, micropayments, mobile phone credit card transactions and loans.All innovation is divergent – doing things different and better. But most companies focus on convergence on price, quality, features.image, branding, winning customers, online marketing and building trust. Consumer changes, preferences and lifestyles. Videoconferencing and virtual teams. Winning the war for talent – motivation and leadership styles.

Duration : 0:38:29

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Part 1: Feature request for Microsoft Office 365, Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft Tag (1 of 3)

Part 1 of 3: Feature request for Microsoft Office 365, Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft Tag

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Part 2: Feature request for Microsoft Office 365, Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft Tag (2 of 3)

Part 2 of 3: Feature request for Microsoft Office 365, Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft Tag

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Part 3: Feature request for Microsoft Office 365, Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft Tag (3 of 3)

Part 3 of 3: Feature request for Microsoft Office 365, Windows Phone 7, and Microsoft Tag

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