Chances are you are the one in 7 persons who utilize Facebook, and chances are that you either love or hate the service. Keeping data secure on Facebook seems to be almost as important as keeping a bank card or social security number secure, thanks to the amount of personal data that individuals store on their Facebook account. In this article, we will talk about some of the best practices to keep in mind when logging into Facebook.
Although a relatively new technology, email seems to be one of the oldest forms of communications around. And even though it still remains very popular in the business sector, it would appear that the email usage is being replaced by other forms of social media communication. But when it comes to an alternative to regular mail, there’s nothing that seems to come quite close.
If you want to talk about one of the biggest web services ever, you need not look farther than Microsoft’s Hotmail platform which has and consistently remains the most used email service in the world. Now if you want to compare that to Gmail, you’re welcome to do so as the Google has made great strides into Microsoft’s territory especially with requiring a Gmail account to use many of its services such as YouTube, Google+, Android and Blogger.
Back in the days when the internet was the wild wild west and companies such as Microsoft, Netscape, Yahoo and AOL controlled the vast majority of the web services, things were very different and of course competition was high, yet highly limited in many aspects. The golden days of the web saw their collapse in the dot com bubble and subsequently companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Google have risen from the ashes of that disaster.