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It would be nice if Internet technology was simple, easy and safe, but it isn’t. However, as much work (and hassle) as it is keeping yourself safe, it beats being hacked and having your bank account drained in the middle of the night.
Participants from across the Oasis network are learning new things, taking charge of their wellness and embracing opportunities to have an impact on their communities.
A number of Android, Facebook, Google, Internet safety, iOS and Windows courses have be updated. Ten of these classes were also translated to Spanish.
We like Google Duo because it is simple to use and works well across multiple platforms. It's our go-to for video between Apple and Android mobile devices. Duo just got an upgrade to permit groups of up to 8 on iOS (Apple) and Android smartphones.
The May 2019 Windows 10 update will include a new feature that warns users when connecting to Wi-Fi hotspots that are still using the old WPA or TKIP standards.
You probably know that you should use strong unique passwords for every online account you have. That can mean a lot of passwords. You can't possibly memorize all those passwords, but you can use a password manager app and let it do all the work for you!
Facebook's How Hard Did Aging Hit You? Challenge has gone viral, taking the conversation about getting older in a negative direction that misses the mark.
Oasis centers across the nation are thankful to the men and women who have served our country and continue to have an impact in their communities.
iOS 12 groups notifications by app, so updating is easier.
Facebook Watch. Did you miss the grand rollout? It's not too late to catch up on this feature.
Google Maps has gone global. Or maybe universal.
Digital literacy is essential for people to access services and stay connected with family and friends.
In 2017 Upstate Oasis Executive Director Cindy Woods asked Tom Henry if he would be willing to think outside the box to be the first Oasis instructor to livestream a class other Oasis locations.
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