You must take digital privacy seriously, regardless of whether you’re a business owner, managing director, IT manager, or senior staff member. When it comes to iPhones, there are three device settings that are particularly important when protecting the privacy of your messages.
Turn off message previews
How many times per day do you leave your iPhone unattended, sitting face up for any passerby to see? It sounds harmless, but that’s all it takes for the wrong person to glimpse a confidential message. Here are steps to prevent this from happening:
- Open your iPhone’s Settings app
- Select Notifications
- Tap Messages
- Disable the Allow Notifications option
With the preview setting turned off, you’ll be alerted to a new text message but will have to open the app to see the message contents.
Automatically delete texts
If you lose your phone or someone steals it, thousands of your conversations with your closest confidantes are up for grabs. The easiest way to prevent this nightmarish accident is to configure your iPhone to delete […]
Electronic medical records (EMRs) digitally store a patient’s medical history and treatment. EMRs eliminate paper charts and allow patients to have a single electronic chart that can be accessed within one healthcare organization. It allows medical professionals to provide more efficient and precise care. To ensure that your healthcare facility is able to provide all the benefits of an EMR system, consider these factors.
Determine your requirements
EMR software offers a vast selection of functions — and you don’t want to pay for one that is irrelevant to your practice. Avoid this by making a list of all requirements from the ground up. Be process-oriented and begin from patient admission, then move on to patient scheduling, medication lists, visual reports, and so on. Prioritize the features that would bring the most value to your practice.
Get the appropriate EMR for your specialty
EMR systems with broad functions may not offer the specific features that you need. On the other hand, the right EMR system […]
People who buy desktop or laptop computers today need to choose between getting a solid state drive (SSD) or a hard disk drive (HDD) as a primary storage component for their device. But which one is the better choice? In this article, we outline the differences between SSD and HDD, as well as their pros and cons, so you can make the right decision for your next purchase.
What is an HDD?
A hard disk drive (HDD) is a computer storage device that’s comprised of metal platters with a magnetic coating, spindle, and various moving parts to process and store data. The common size for laptop hard drives is the 2.5” model, while a larger 3.5” model is usually found in desktop computers.
What is an SSD?
A solid state drive (SSD) is another type of data storage device that performs the same job as an HDD. But instead of storing data on metal platters, an SSD uses flash memory chips and an embedded […]