I love having an iPhone and iPad. It gives me wonderful portability for my e-mails, blog, Kindle books, and surfing the Internet. But as with anything portable, it can get lost or stolen.
Julius Genachowski, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), posted an article on LinkedIn about securing your cell phone. He gave a link to an FCC website that generates a security checker for the various types of phones on the market (Android, iPhone, Blackberry & Other). It’s a highly useful checklist to ensure that you’ve taken the necessary steps to protect yourself in the event the worst should happen.
Why, you ask, am I sharing this on a resource for bloggers, diarists & writers? Because so many of us use these devices and for a writer / blogger, it quickly becomes an essential part of our arsenal that enables us to track our blogs, read what others are doing, and stay in touch. For us, it is another tool like our computers and like any tool, it needs to be properly maintained.
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