5 Home Security Systems That Have Incredible Android Apps

Hi qlick peeps! I have another great guest tech writer for you guys! Let me introduce : Jason Mueller – according to him:

“Jay Mueller grew up in the country but has become very fond of the new technology that advances every day. His favorite past time activity is to garden.”

Gardening … hmmm tech and gardening… Anyways if you have question with this article or with Jason Mueller, feel free to comment it below. If you like this post please don’t hesitate to share this to your friends and hit the LIKE button. 

Meantime, without further ado… here are the “5 Home Security Systems That Have Incredible Android Apps” by Jason Mueller.

5 Home Security Systems That Have Incredible Android Apps

Are you in the market for a home security system that has a truly excellent Android app included? If so, you’re not alone, as more and more consumers are demanding the ability to monitor (and even control) their home right from their phone. The convenience and peace of mind that this feature delivers is hard to beat – yet you may wonder which companies have apps that will live up to your expectations. To help you select the best option for your needs, here are 5 home security systems that have incredible Android apps included:

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How to Achieve Perfect Android Security

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Hi Everyone, I’m very fortunate to have as guest blogger for Qlick Tech Blog – Ms. Faith MacAnas of securethoughts.com. She will be tackling  insights on how to achieve perfect android security. Very interesting right? So here she is… Take it away Faith!

How to Achieve Perfect Android Security

Compared to iOS, Android gets a bad rap when it comes to security. It’s no surprise either: Google allows much more freedom in their operating system, a departure from the very controlled, proprietary method behind Apple’s design.

With that freedom comes many benefits. Android users can customize their experience to a much greater degree. They can also wind up in some real trouble; hackers and malware present a major threat to Android users.

But there are things we can do to make our devices much more protected. By utilizing the right apps, learning safe habits and gaining an overall better understanding of the Android platform, it’s possible to form nearly perfect security against the vast number of current threats.

Here’s where you should start.

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How to Configure Email on Android Phones or Tablets

Configuring your Email for Android Devices:

If you want to know How to Configure Email Client for your Android Devices, simply follow the easy steps below.

Before we start, make sure you have the following handy:

  1. Domain name: qlickcafe.com [use your domain name]
  2. Email address: jhongmed@qlickcafe.com [use your own email account]
  3. Your email password. “**********” [your own password please]
  4. Email Configuration from your Web Hosting Provider (you can ask your provider).
    1. Incoming Server: name and port number (mail.qlickcafe.com | 143)
    2. Outgoing Server: name and port number  (mail.qlickcafe.com | 587)





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Understanding SD Card and Speed Classes

Understanding SD Card Symbols

SD Card Association classify the storage sizes or storage capacity of your SD Cards  into (3) Types :

SD => If you see only the SD symbol it means it can only store 2GB of data and below. You can only store 1 complete movie or (more or less) 400 mp3 songs.) SD is an acronym for Secure Digital.

SDHC => If your SD Card is an SDHC  or Secure Digital High Capacity it can store up to 32GB of data and below. (You can store more or less 32 complete movie for this capacity.)

SDXC or Secure Digital eXtended Capacity =  you can store up to 2TB (Terrabytes) of data.

Note: SDXC requires a special formatting called exFAT filesystem. exFAT has been adopted by the SD Card Association as the default file system for SDXC cards larger than 32 GB.

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How to Remote Administer your QNAP – Network Attached Storage

Remote Administer QNAP Network Attached Storage

Hi everyone! It has been a while since i made a post about Qlick Tips & Tricks. I don’t want to make promises but I’ll do my best to give you solutions and qlick tips  on weekly basis. You have to forgive I have been very offline for almost two years with my offline job as an IT and Accounting Manager at the same time. Since I’m into accounting…. Soon, I might include accounting topic that can help you around with BIR (Taxation requirements) and accounting related solutions that I have encountered. Anyways let me share this topic on how to Remote Administer your QNAP – Network Attached Storage.

Meantime, I would like to share something about Network Attached Storage. In this post I will try to provide a step by step guide in configuring your QNAP NAS Device for Remote Administration.  If you have not yet that familiar with network attached storage or commonly known as NAS, may I suggest you skim thru my previous post about NAS (Network Attached Storage)https://www.qlickcafe.com/blogs/?s=network+attached+storage

Before we start, let me define this guide and what it is all about.

Objective:

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Configure a QNAP NAS Device and your Router for Remote Administration using an internet connections with a static public ip. This guide is ideal for connecting your home pc to your office NAS device.

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