Willpower isn’t enough to stop you wasting time on Facebook, otherwise you wouldn’t be looking for a focus app like Freedom.
Office and computer software
Running your own business or working for yourself means figuring out what software you’ll need for everything from creating new documents, to backing up files, protecting yourself from a virus, or knowing what VPN (Virtual Private Network) will best suit you.
These articles should help clear up any confusion, answer your questions, and even save you a few dollars while you’re at it.
There are dozens of free VPNs out there, so why pay for one? You should definitely avoid using them though unless you enjoy other people selling your personal data.
So when you’re connected to a VPN nobody can track you….right?
Well, it’s a bit more complicated than that.
The really short answer to this question is “No, you can’t”. And you shouldn’t try. But in this blog post we look at people’s perceptions vs. reality in terms of how expensive they think an office suite is.
What is a VPN? VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. So, that all sounds very technical, but it’s not really. Basically, a VPN allows you to send and receive data safely over the public Internet. The public Internet is your home connection, as provided by your Internet service provider. Another example is public Wi-Fi hotspots.
Microsoft Office is expensive, but you’re convinced you need it for your business. The problem – you can’t afford it. Let’s show you a few ways to get the software you need, but without having to spend hundreds of dollars.