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How to Set Up a Mobile Office and Work Remotely

As employers move slowly towards a more flexible and agile working approach, remote working is on the rise.

The opportunity to work remotely is continuing to grow, assisting with the demanding lives we all live, in a bid to help with our work-life balance. This has become a positive to the majority of worked, especially those who are working mothers, or those who travel long distances to get to the office daily.

There are also many companies which require their employees to travel often as the nature of the job. With such demanding travel opportunities, it means that having access to a mobile office is essential for business.

Working remotely isn’t as glamorous as it first sounds. It can take a whil
e to figure out what works and what doesn’t, and companies can take a while developing how to make it work for their staff.

Samsung Galaxy security flaw discovered that provides remote access to data

android security flaw

Security has always been an interesting topic on Android and that discussion just got another reason to exist with a development team discovering a security flaw affecting the Samsung Galaxy series that could enable remote access to data on your device.

The development team behind an open-source operating system based on Android called Replicant OS, discovered that this ‘backdoor’ affects not only the version of Android running on Samsung Galaxy devices, but also those custom firmwares based on stock Android images such as Cyanogenmod.

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