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Use this tool to quickly port your Chrome app to Electron and run it on any OS

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Why Google Apps?

Why Google Apps?
Integrate your business with apps that are designed to bring people together.

Transform the way teams work by eliminating the hassle of traditional file transfer methods.

Enjoy the same suite of features whether you work from home or at the office.

Cut cost by reducing the need for infratstructure and multiple licenses.
All the apps you need to run your business

GmailAccess your email on your browser, phone, tablet, IMAP and POP
Powerful built-in search
99.9% guaranteed uptime, no ads and 30GB of storage

DriveSave work files in Drive, access them from any device and share them instantly with teammates
No more sending attachments or merging different versions

CalendarSchedule an event at work and get reminders on your mobile device
Send out invitations via Gmail and keep everyone up-to-date on the latest project status

Docs, Sheets and SlidesCreate documents, spreadsheets & presentations
Collaborate in real-time
Work anywhere – everything is saved to the cloud

HangoutsVideo confer…

Why should you own your personal domain?

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Windows 10 anniversary update is here.

The latest news from the Windows Insider Program.Hello, Windows Insider!As you might already know, we recently released our Windows 10 Anniversary update!

Singapore PM's wife attends White House dinner with $11 purse designed by student - Asian Correspondent

Singapore PM's wife attends White House dinner with $11 purse designed
by student - Asian Correspondent

Take precautions on public Wi-Fi

KUALA LUMPUR: If you are surfing the Internet on a public Wi-Fi, always assume someone is watching you out there.Better yet, do not connect to any public Wi-Fi at all, said LE Global Services (LGMS) executive director Fong Choong Fook, whose private cybersecurity firm employs hackers to test the network security of the country’s major banks.“I would never use a public Wi-Fi,” he said.“Even an IT person may not be able to tell if the access point he is connected to is safe or if the activities are being watched.“There may be signs like your Internet is slowing down but hackers can make it so elegant that you won’t even notice,” he said in an interview.Malaysia’s national cybersecurity agency CyberSecurity Malaysia (CSM) said hackers could position themselves between a person’s device and the Wi-Fi router and are able to record sensitive data that the surfer is keying into his device.Hackers can also “create” their own Wi-Fi and trick people into thinking they are connected to a credibl…