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Education nonprofit Edraak ignored a student data leak for two months

Edraak, an online education nonprofit, exposed the private information of thousands of students after uploading student data to an unprotected cloud storage server, apparently by mistake. The nonprofit, founded by Jordan’s Queen Rania and headquartered in the kingdom’s capital, was set up in 2013 to promote education across the Arab region. The organization works with several partners, including the British Council and edX, a consortium set up by Harvard, Stanford and MIT. In February, researche...
Tags: Security, UK, Email, Education, Server, California, Stanford, Linkedin, Tech, Spokesperson, Mit, Harvard, United Kingdom, Computing, Jamaica, Jordan

Don’t Fall for the 'Vaccine Survey' Scam

Since most people have already received their COVID relief checks, grifters have pivoted to phishing attempts related to vaccines—and it’s catching people off guard. The FTC is warning people to stay away from unsolicited texts or emails offering a reward for filling out a survey about vaccines, as they say it’s a…Read more...
Tags: Ipad, Crime, Email, Fraud, Social Issues, Pfizer, Lifehacks, Social Engineering, Phishing, Spamming, Ftc, Deception, Confidence Tricks, Advance Fee Scam, Ssa Impersonation Scam

How to start a newsletter with Microsoft Outlook and share information with your subscribers

Starting a newsletter with Microsoft Outlook is simple and conveniently customizable. Avishek Das/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images You can start a newsletter with Microsoft Outlook for free, using the service's tools to help you customize it. Once you've made your first newsletter, you should save an Outlook template that contains the fonts, styles, and format. Sending the Outlook newsletter is as easy as creating a contact group and placing it in an email. Visit Insider's ...
Tags: Email, Contacts, Microsoft, Newsletter, Trends, Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Theme, Microsoft Word, Bcc, Template, Don, Dave Johnson, Email Newsletter, Tech Insider, Contact Group

FatFace tells customers to keep its data breach ‘strictly private’

Clothing giant FatFace had a data breach, but doesn’t want you to tell anyone about it. The company sent an email to customers this week disclosing that it first detected a breach on January 17. A hacker made off with the customer’s name, email and postal address, and the last four-digits of their credit card. “Full payment card information was not compromised,” the notice reiterated. “We immediately launched an investigation with the assistance of experienced security specialists who, following...
Tags: Security, Email, Tech, Crisis Communications, Spokesperson, National Insurance, Data Breach, Cybercrime, Information Technology, United Kingdom, Social Security, Computing, Data Security, Computer Security, Fatface, Kekst CNC FatFace

How to successfully work with clients who eschew technology

In a high-tech, digital world, the basics of low-tech, analog customer service still matter, especially when dealing with buyers and sellers who don't use smartphones or email.
Tags: Old school, Email, Customer Service, Service, Radio, Agent, Select, Analog Customer Service

How to use DocuSign to send or add your digital signature to important documents

DocuSign is a software that makes digital document signing an easy and organized process. Igor Golovniov/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images You can use DocuSign to sign documents electronically, eliminating the need to print, sign, and scan physical copies. DocuSign makes it easier for you to know exactly which portions of the document you, your employees, or clients are expected to sign. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Physically printing, signing, scanning...
Tags: Google, Google Drive, Email, Microsoft, Trends, Microsoft Office, OneDrive, Pdf, Signature, Docusign, Documents, Tech Insider, Digital Signatures, Igor Golovniov, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference

How the Best in Banking Are Marketing Their Mobile Apps

With so much riding on digital channels, how banks, credit unions and neobanks promote their apps is critical to adding (and holding) users. The post How the Best in Banking Are Marketing Their Mobile Apps appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Email, Finance, Advertising, Social Media, Mobile Apps, Digital Marketing, Mobile Channel, Featured Content, Mintel Comperemedia, Neobank

How To Write a Formal Email and Keep Professional Look

Writing an email is one of the most popular forms of communication these days. Technological advancement has boosted the usage of this type of communication in the business environment. This… Read more » The post How To Write a Formal Email and Keep Professional Look appeared first on
Tags: Business, Email, Info Tech

The best email apps for the iPhone and iPad

There are many great apps for managing emails on your iOS device. Here are some of our current favorites to help you organize your inbox on the iPhone or iPad.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Mobile, Email, Trends, Best Of, Buying Guides, Tier 4

Why Are My Gmail Labels Missing?

While plenty of services have user interfaces that are designed to be easy to use—enough that even a technophobe could figure them out—there’s always going to be that moment where something looks weird and you cannot remember, for the life of you, the setting you need to fix it.Read more...
Tags: Google, Gmail, Email, Google Search, Computing, Websites, Lifehacks, Webmail, World Wide Web, Joe, SIDEBAR, Cross Platform Software, Technology Internet, S Tech

How to Create a Digital Baby Book

It’s nearly as cliché as every new parent’s plan to “sleep when the baby sleeps”—you buy the sweet baby book with all its spots for keepsakes, photos, and handwritten memories. You’re going to document baby’s first tooth, first haircut, first word, first everything. You tuck it away on a bookshelf for safe keeping,…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Email, Software, Computing, Lifehacks, Operating Systems, Shutterfly, Spamming, Human Interest

How to View Web Pages From Directly Within Thunderbird

This tutorial will guide you through the process of configuring Thunderbird so that when you click on a link in an email the web pages open in a new tab within Thunderbird itself (without having to open your web browser). Note: the screenshots in this guide are taken from Thunderbird running in Windows 10. If you’re using macOS or Linux you’ll have no trouble following along as the steps are virtually identical. Get started by launching Thunderbird. Click the Menu button (the one that look...
Tags: Email, eLearning, BrowseInTab

What is IMAP? How the internet protocol can keep your email seamlessly in sync on all of your devices

IMAP servers keep your email the same on every device. ilona titova/Getty Images IMAP (short for Internet Message Access Protocol) is an internet protocol that lets you sync your email inbox across multiple devices. Most popular email apps, like Gmail and Outlook, use IMAP servers to keep your email the same on every device. If your email uses a POP server instead, it'll only work well with a single computer. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. When you set up ...
Tags: Email, Yahoo, Trends, Pop, Google Voice, Mail App, Email Apps, Imap, Dave Johnson, Email Clients, Tech Insider, Email Account, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To

5 Reasons to Ditch Gmail for ProtonMail

You may assume that you have to rely on Google, Apple or Microsoft for fast and free email, but that’s not true. If you want to break away from the big tech giants, there are other options. One of those is ProtonMail.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Email, Microsoft, Snapchat, Software, Computing, Free Software, Protonmail, Webmail, Secure Communication, Google Apple, Proton Technologies, Cross Platform Software, Cryptographic Software, Technology Internet

At least 30,000 US organizations, small businesses and government offices were victims of Microsoft Exchange hack: Krebs

Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella Tobias Schwarz/Getty Images An espionage group has hacked some 30,000 US organizations over the past few days, KrebsOnSecurity reported. Microsoft released several security updates  to its Exchange email product to combat the hack. The group was able to target businesses and local government agencies, according to KrebsOnSecurity. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. At least 30,0000 organizations across the US have been hacked over the ...
Tags: News, Email, Microsoft, White House, China, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Cybersecurity, Hack, Prague, Cyber Attack, Exchange, Microsoft Exchange, Krebs, KrebsOnSecurity

How to contact Etsy customer service as a buyer or a seller via phone, email, or chat

Etsy buyers and sellers can contact customer service over the phone, through email, or via chat. RgStudio/Getty Images You can contact Etsy customer service over the phone or internet, but you need to have an Etsy account. You can call an Etsy customer service phone number (1-844-935-3879 in North America) to get help with more advanced buying or selling issues. The simplest way to contact Etsy is using their online Help Center, which lets you chat or send an email. Visit Insider's Tech Re...
Tags: Email, Etsy, Australia, Trends, Customer Service, Online Shopping, United Kingdom, North America, Phone Numbers, Tech Insider, Chat Bots, Online Retailers, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To

X-Rays Help Scientists Read ‘Letterlocked’ Renaissance Mail

In July 1697, Jacques Sennacques of Lille, France, scribbled off a missive to his merchant cousin, Pierre le Pers, in The Hague. The subject of discussion was a death certificate for their relative, a topic which the cousins had discussed previously but le Pers had neglected to follow up on. The letter was the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Email, Writing, Mail, Algorithm, Letter, Stationery, The Hague, Elizabeth, PERS, Jana Dambrogio, Lille France, Envelope, Holly Jackson, Amanda Ghassaei, Letterlocking

How to send texts from a web browser using Google Voice or an email service

It's possible to send texts from your web browser if you'd prefer to use a computer. Tetra Images/Getty Images You can send text messages from your web browser on any computer. Using Google Voice, you can make calls and send desktop text messages easily.  You can also send text messages from an email client through a number-based address. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Sometimes you want to send a text, but you either can't find your phone or you'd rather ...
Tags: Google, Email, US, Trends, Pc, Canada, Google Voice, Web Browser, Text Messages, Number, Tech Insider, Ryan Ariano, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference, Software & Apps (Reference

Email tracking endemic, says study

Most email sent now includes some form of tracking, intended to tell the sender if the recipient has opened the email, who they forwarded it to, how long it was read, and so on. The techniques used to "spy" on people have moved on some from the era of invisible pixels (though that's still the key method) and even savvy users may not realize their email is revealing things about them. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Email, Privacy, Hell Is Other People

Notion’s hours-long outage was caused by phishing complaints

Last week’s hours-long outage at online workspace startup Notion was caused by phishing complaints, according to the startup’s domain registrar. Notion was offline for most of the morning on Friday, plunging its more than four million users into organization darkness because of what the company called a “very unusual DNS issue that occurred at the registry operator level.” With the company’s domain offline, users were unable to access their files, calendars, and documents. We're experienc...
Tags: Security, Florida, Crime, Email, Internet, Web Hosting, Tech, Spokesperson, Cybercrime, Reddit, Phishing, Dns, Notion, World Wide Web, Spamming, Ancestry

In the 1970s, Email Was Special

What was the internet like in the 1970s? It was an incredibly small community of university researchers, government employees, military contractors, and more than a few spies. But those people all built and tinkered with the earliest technologies to create something that would transform the lives of everyone reading…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Email, Internet, Computing, Email Marketing, Ray Tomlinson, Information and Communications Technology, Arpanet, Leonard Kleinrock, Technology Internet, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, Private Message

Spam’s new frontier? Now even spinach can send emails

Scientists at MIT have taken the leafy greens online – in the hope they will be able to warn about explosivesName: Spinach.Age: About 2,000 years old, originating, it is said, in Persia. Continue reading...
Tags: Food, Science, Technology, Email, Education, Vegetables, Mit, Computing, Mit - Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Persia Continue

Nanotech scientists teach spinach how to send emails, detects bombs

According to a new scientific paper from Nature Materials titled, "Nitroaromatic detection and infrared communication from wild-type plants using plant nanobionics" — living spinach plants (Spinacia oleracea) can be engineered to serve as self-powered pre-concentrators and autosamplers of analytes in ambient groundwater and as infrared communication platforms that can send information to a smartphone. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Email, Vegetables, Nanotech, Bombs, Spinach, Email At The Edge, Bomb Disposal Tips, For All Intents And Purposes A Vegetable, Intriguing Vegetation, Vegetable Mastery, Vegetable Violence, Wonderful Vegetables

Do This Instead of Sending an Angry Text or Email

There’s a rule of thumb for sending text messages or emails when you’re pissed off, and it goes something like this: Don’t send text messages or emails when you’re pissed off. Read more...
Tags: Email, Computing, Lifehacks, Text Messaging, Cyberspace, Human Interest, Computer Networking, Message Passing

You Should Always Pre-Schedule Your Emails

The thing about email, which once revolutionized work communication but now seems almost obsolete, is that it’s an informal medium subject to formal workplace standards. Unlike a Slack message service, a missive sent via email must be properly formatted, include clear syntax, and be free of typos. That’s why you…Read more...
Tags: Email, Marketing, Lifehacks, Spamming, Cyberspace, Online Advertising, Digital Marketing, Computer Networking

Delete 'Sent From My Mobile Device' From Your Work Email

In the United States, many are beholden to an “always on” work standard, where emails, texts, calls, Slack messages and even meetings follow you home well after the workday should have ended. Some jobs even require workers to answer emails and messages when they’re otherwise busy with doctors appointments or tending…Read more...
Tags: Email, Labor, United States, Computing, Lifehacks, Cyberspace, Computer Networking, Business_finance, Law_crime, Push Email

Why You Should Never 'Unsubscribe' From Illicit Spam Emails and Texts

Some of us can be a little too diligent when dealing with email or text spam—because whatever you do, you shouldn’t click “unsubscribe” links or text “stop” in reply, as they literally mean “subscribe” and “please, go on” to illicit spammers. Read more...
Tags: Email, Marketing, Lifehacks, Email Spam, Spamming, Cyberspace, Computer Networking, Anti Spam Techniques

Follow these 5 simple tips for a healthier relationship with technology

If you've developed an unhealthy dependency on technology, here are a few easy steps you can take to fight back and cultivate a healthier relationship with it.
Tags: Mobile, Facebook, Twitter, Email, Privacy, Internet, Trends, Tech, Features, 2021

Does Generation Z know how to email properly? An investigation

A professor caused an internet storm when she asked if young people were capable of writing a formal messageThis week, Prof Brittney Cooper from Rutgers University caused a small internet storm when she asked a simple question: “Why don’t modern college kids know how to send a formal letter/email?” She added that her students frequently email her simply saying “Hello.”Why don’t modern college kids know how to send a formal letter/email? I thought everyone knew to begin Dear Prof. X or Dear Dr. X...
Tags: Technology, Email, Life and style, US universities, Rutgers University, Brittney Cooper

Test Drive Microsoft Outlook's Future Look

Microsoft’s Outlook and email apps on Windows, Mac, and the web are getting some big changes in the coming months as part of the company’s “One Outlook” initiative. Why wait, though? You can get a preview of what your Outlook experience is going to turn into right now.Read more...
Tags: Email, Microsoft, Mac, Windows, Outlook, Lifehacks