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How to switch from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy S8

If the Infinity Displays on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ have you itching to jump off the iOS bandwagon, you aren’t alone. I just made the switch from an iPhone 6 to the Galaxy S8 and it turns out it’s easier than ever to switch from iOS to Android. But here are a few things you need to know before you start using your Galaxy S8. Disable iMessage Before you do anything, you need to deregister your phone number from iMessage. This is the most important step if you’re switching from iOS to Android. If you forget to disable or deregister your number from Apple’s servers, every other iPhone will still think you have an iPhone. When your friends with iOS send an iMessage, you’ll never see it. Head into your iMessage settings on every iOS or MacOS device you own — it will need to be disabled on every Apple device registered to your iCloud account. On a Mac, head into Messages -> settings. Remove your phone number and uncheck “enable this account.” To disable iMessage on your iPad, head into setti
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IDG Contributor Network: How to switch from macOS to Linux

Not everybody is happy with Apple’s recent Mac hardware updates, and some folks have been thinking about jumping ship and leaving macOS altogether. If you’re one of them, then Linux might be just what the doctor ordered.In this post I’ve included a number of distributions that might work well as alternatives to macOS. I’ve also included some helpful links that will ease the transition from macOS to Linux.How to switch from macOS to Linux Before we talk about distributions, it’s good to have an overview of what to expect when you move to Linux. If you’re considering switching from macOS to Linux, these articles will ease the transition from Apple’s operating system to Linux:To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Nintendo Switch is a home console for the road

Nintendo’s Switch console can be hooked up to a TV, played as a handheld device, or used without even looking at a screen.
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Cisco’s Small Business Secure Access 500 (SA500)

The Cisco SA 540 Security Appliance is a simple-to-install, easy-to-use, all-in-one security solution designed specifically for businesses with fewer than 100 employees. Featuring eight high-speed LAN ports, it combines secure Internet, site-to-site, and remote connectivity with firewall, email, and web security capabilities to protect a small business while improving employee productivity.

An easy-to-use configuration utility simplifies the SA 540’s setup and support.

Support multiple users with the SA 540’s eight high-speed LAN ports and comprehensive VPN offerings.

Network Security
This powerful protector allows your business traffic to flow in and out of your network while keeping unwanted visitors out. The SA 540 supports a demilitarized zone (DMZ) to safely host file, web, and other Internet-accessible servers without exposing the businesss internal LAN network to threats.

Powerful Protection
With support for VeriSign VIP services, the SA 540 also provides two-factor authentication and one-time-use password access control. This increases the security of employees connecting remotely without the need to purchase any additional authentication equipment.

Real-time Protection
Trend Micro ProtectLink Web and E-mail Security is a hosted security service thats integral to the operations of the SA 540. Small business owners can subscribe to its powerful anti-spam, anti-phishing, URL content filtering, and web reputation features to block standalone, blended-threat, and customer-specific attacks. These features prevent unwanted content from passing through the SA 540, and protect users from receiving spam e-mail and landing on websites that are infected with spyware. This service requires configuration on the SA 540 and service activation with Trend Micro.

ProtectLink Gateway will scan your email for more than three million different virus patterns and more than 400,000 spyware patterns. Additional antispam technology is provided via 10 different inspection technologies that evaluate not just the senders network address reputation, but also the actual content of the email itself.

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