Office File Recovery

BYOD and Access Data Security

The workplace is changing. Until recently, employees depended upon their employers to supply them with the computers that they use at work. Today, however, the "bring your own device" (BYOD) movement is gaining strength. Employees are bringing their own laptop, smartphone, or tablet to the workplace, and using these devices to process company data. More and more, the BYOD movement is causing a wide variety of hardware to be used on the company's network. IT departments worldwide are coping...

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Password Protecting Your Access Data

If you're using Microsoft Access to manage your mom-and-pop company's data, then you'll be impressed with the security that the Access password regimen provides. Select a password, and you can be confident that you'll lock the bad guys out of your database. Access uses a proprietary formula to convert your password into a user key. The process is so secure that only the most sophisticated hacker would be able to break into a password-protected Access file without knowing the password. Your...

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Office Systems in the Cloud

Fifty million enterprise workers are currently using cloud-based office systems. Instead of relying upon a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database application, and an email client that are installed on their local laptop or desktop PC, these enterprise employees are using programs that are running in the cloud. And their data is being stored offsite by their cloud provider, too. Does this mean that there is no longer a need for users of Microsoft Office to install file recovery software to...

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