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Six phones that will not be obsolete when 5G expands

Nayar Malik

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The year 2020 will be marked among other things by a greater implementation of 5G networks, which in Spain as in the rest of Europe are already reaching some urban centers. If you are one of those who wonder if it is a good idea to buy a 4G phone, especially if it is high-end, and we want to use it for several years, the truth is that it depends a lot on whether we intend to use it for several years or change terminal frequently.

For those looking for a high-end model that plans to use two years or more, the ideal is to opt for a 5G smartphone. Well, it can be frustrating to make a strong outlay of money and that when we have a 5G data rate we cannot use it. More and more models are sold in Spain compatible with these networks. And not everyone is only within reach of the wealthiest pockets. Although it is true that compatibility with 5G networks raises the price of phones somewhat. Here we review some of those already available in Spain.

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G. This phone with the powerful Snapdragon 855 processor, which is equipped with many of the highest-end phones, is a cheaper option than other Samsung phones to enjoy 5G. The AMOLED screen with 6.7-inch Full HD + resolution and its complete three-camera system make it a good alternative.

It also has a lot of ram memory, 6 or 8 gigabytes, and a huge battery of 4,500 mAh. Something that is important due to the higher energy consumption produced by 5G networks. Its storage capacity is 128 gigabytes but this is expandable with MicroSD cards. Its official price is 749 euros.

Huawei Mate 20X 5G. Although the Huawei Mate 30 is already on the market, it has been the first to arrive from the company without the standard Android operating system with Google services. But the previous model, the Mate 20, has Android 9 in the Google version, including the 5G version, and is a very competent phone by 2019 standards.

It has a camera system of the best we can find in the market, 8 gigs of ram and 256 gigs of storage. A 4,200 mAh battery and a Huawei processor that performs quite well. Its OLED screen is Full HD + and is immense: 7.2 inches. It can be found for just over 850 euros in some stores.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3. With an official price of 599 euros, this is one of the cheapest 5G phones on the market. Includes Snapdragon 855 processor, a 6.3-inch Samsung AMOLED screen. It also has a solvent dual-camera system in the rear and in the front.

Its ram memory is 6 gigabytes with 64 gigabytes of storage. That in our opinion may be its main weakness for many users. The battery also has slightly less capacity than other 5G phones: 3800 mAh. But despite these two things, there is no doubt that many this Xiaomi can be seduced by its relationship between quality and price.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. The first of these phones, which we had the opportunity to analyze thoroughly at the time, is one of the best options for those looking for a high-performance 5G phone. Like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. The fundamental difference between the two is that the Note has a somewhat larger screen and the greater amount of ram memory, in addition to being able to use the S Pen pointer.

But this Galaxy S10 5G, which is mainly sold through Vodafone for a price of 843 euros if we pay it in cash, is undoubtedly one of the best phones of the year. By the way, the difference with the standard S10 is not just 5G connectivity. It also has a depth camera and greater ram memory. Both are ideal for those looking for terminals with outstanding power.

Oppo Reno 5G. Oppo is selling through Amazon the 5G version of its Reno phone for a price of 893 euros at the time of writing these lines. One of the things it incorporates is the Reno Zoom 10X camera system, which we tested at the time. It is one of the best for those looking for a long-range zoom on a phone.

This phone has one of the most efficient fast charging systems on the market, something fundamental is phones like 5G with high energy consumption. Its battery is 4,065 mAh, its screen has 6.6 inches AMOLED technology, it has the Snapdragon 855 processor in its bowels and an 8-gigabyte memory with 256 gigabytes of storage capacity.

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Gphysco music artist

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“Gphysco” music artist, Hip/Hop artist, real name is Gabriel Rivera and is born on December 02, 2000. Has been involved in music ever since October 18,2019. “Gphysco” is born in Florida and has lived there all his life. “Gphysco” is a new music artist that has gotten inspired to do music from many other artist. “Gphysco” has an upcoming release that will drop on all music platforms on December 24, 2020 12:00 A.M. EST.

This is will be the last release “Gphysco” will release for this year (2020).”Gphysco’s” release “Smoking Life” has been the best single he released in 2020 with reaching 720 plays on Apple Music and for Spotify 1,345 plays. “Gphysco” has also started a Record Label that has a few people signed up. His future record label will give artist 30% revue of what they make and later on will have some perks.

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2 strategies for choosing the managed services you require

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Today, companies from different industries are familiarizing themselves and turning to collaboration agreements with managed service providers for the management of certain IT functions, particularly email hosting, customer relationship management (CRM), storage, backup and network recovery and monitoring.

The approach and use of managed services emerges as a preventive tool in terms of management and the risk of losing control over company technologies. The business world changes drastically, regardless of the deployment of solutions focused on the rapid resolution of problems in technology; For this reason, it is necessary to have an expert in administration that supports the requirements of the business and the current environment.

Managed services have been around for a long time, but adoption has been relatively low: just a year ago, only 3 in 10 organizations had an IT management partner, but more than two-thirds have used a provider in the past. last 12 months.

Why have a managed service provider?

It’s easier to respond to IT demands and complexities when you have the right support experts. Keeping up with maintenance costs, multiple hardware and software vendors, and increasing demands for stable system applications for end-user performance takes time and a high level of expertise. Having a managed service provider can produce significant benefits for your business:

  • Improving the efficiency and reliability of IT operations is a primary driving factor in having a managed service provider. According to the most recent CompTIA’s Fourth Annual Trends in Managed Services Study , 56% of companies with 100 or more employees and 47% of companies with fewer than 100 employees consider that a management ally streamlines processes in supporting the IT needs of the business.
  • Increased security and compliance are key factors for 38% of companies of all sizes. Savings and investment returns are a determining factor for 33% of companies with 100 or more employees and for 28% of companies with fewer than 100 employees.

1. Find a service provider to suit you

Part of the problem between the approach and the adoption of managed services lies in the definition and role that this type of providers is generating in the industry. In these days of software-as-a-service (SaaS), customers (and sometimes providers) remain unclear about what actually constitutes a managed mis webmail login.

Some vendors offer a portfolio of services focused on managing data analysis, business intelligence, and advanced application monitoring. There is currently a growing demand in these areas, but most vendors are looking to extend solutions beyond software management and network infrastructure.

While it’s true that the managed services community hasn’t done the best job communicating the benefits to users, the fact that usage has nearly doubled in the last year suggests that they have already started.

2. Partners, not replacements

It is important to note that while companies increasingly rely on external vendors to cover a portion of their IT needs, medium-sized projects generally complement each other rather than replace the technology needs they require.

Few of these companies contemplate ditching their IT staff just because they join a managed service provider. Instead, especially in large companies, they make the perfect mix between the IT department and the external service team; a merger that adds a strategic vision to the companies and that translates into a win-win relationship.

This also highlights the reasons why organizations turn to managed service providers. Customers are looking for additional benefits such as generating income and helping the business become more efficient. Even security has gone from being an obstacle to the use of services to a reason to have a team of specialists. Companies have changed their views on security as it has become clear that security issues are often the result of human error on the part of internal staff.

In short, the acceleration and demand of IT processes forces companies to turn to the search for a specialist to help solve problems. The growth of the market and the arrival on the scene of management providers offers a complete scenario for the integration of services focused on profitability and use of technology, without forgetting the business model of companies and the requirements in terms of IT.

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Do you have to do work at home? These 6 Applications Will Help You

Adeel Mehmood

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Given the situation, in which there are government provisions for social isolation to safeguard public health, we are faced with the dilemma of how to continue our activities, especially if we cannot stop our work.

Remote work or home office has been driven in recent weeks by the appearance of the COVID-19 virus, but this work strategy has been applied by many companies worldwide for several years, and it is not limited to large companies since there are many free and paid tools that help us carry out our daily tasks and that any business or SME could use.

It is time to apply technology and implement digital means of communication so as not to neglect our tasks. Before starting, you must bear in mind that the basis of all remote communication is the internet, so make sure you have good connectivity and equipment capable of supporting smooth online communication.

There are many applications depending on the activity you want to carry out, both to organize or organize your team, make video conferences, inter-area communication or documentation exchange. We can find paid and free applications, in both cases all very functional and useful.

Implementing remote work in an organization requires three fundamental aspects as a leader and as an individual:

-As an individual: Establish personal work habits and routines, and agree with the team.

-As a leader, establish agreements, habits, expectations, and routines with the team.

-Have the appropriate technology and systems.

Do you have to do work at home? Take note of these 6 applications that will help you better manage and organize your business from home.

1.  Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams on a platform created by Microsoft that makes work easier for companies.

This tool has a free and paid version, the free one being quite complete. It allows you to enable chats by work teams, and you can quickly share files and documents. It also gives you the possibility of videoconferencing with anyone inside or outside your organization, so that you don’t miss a meeting.

No matter where you are, you or your team can register activities, chat, create groups, make calls and much more!

Also inviting your team to join is as simple as sharing a link with the invitation.

2.  Slack

It is a communication tool for teams, it does not have a free version, its plans are accessible and start at  $ 6.67 per month per person.

With Slack, it is very easy to organize conversations by teams and allows you to share all kinds of files, from Word, PDF, Excel to multimedia files.

It is one of my favorite tools since it also allows video calls between multiple users in your organization and even sharing your screen, in case you have to make a presentation.

You can also activate notifications so that you do not miss any conversation and you can use it both in its online version, the desktop version, and mobile app.

It can also be connected with other platforms. If you need to have excellent communication with your team, Slack is a good option.

3.  Google Drive

Google Drive is a service for storing your information in the cloud. In a very simple way, you can upload all kinds of files and share them with more members of your company. One of the great benefits is that since all the information is in the cloud, you can have it anytime, anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection.

Another great advantage is that it allows other people to edit, comment or view the files you share in real-time.

All users have a free space if you want to have more storage for your company you can expand your plan to a paid one.

4.  Trello

Trello is a platform that allows you to work collaboratively, assigning tasks, delivery time, comments and progress.

It allows you to organize workflows and projects, if someone from your team finishes with the assigned they will be able to mark the completion of the task, in this way it is easy to be able to monitor the progress or objectives set.

Best of all, it is a free application,  so if you haven’t tried it yet, it’s time to get the most out of it so that your projects don’t get stuck.

5. Hangouts

Hangouts is a cross-platform communication application. It will allow you to initiate voice calls or video calls for free, both from the computer, through its extension that is downloaded from Google or through your cell phone, through its app.

On mobile, it is compatible with both Android and IOS and it also connects directly to Gmail, being a very light application and above all easy to use, which will help to maintain fluid communication with members of your team.

It is a free application and a good alternative to the classic Skype, Zoom Meeting or WhatsApp.

6.  Workplace

The workplace is a business-type social network. It enables companies to connect, communicate, and collaborate with each other. It is designed for businesses of all sizes, also if you use Facebook, as its use will be very familiar to you since it has a similar interface, where you can find news, groups, messages, and events.

This application has the Standard version that is free and also with its paid version for large organizations. Also, you do not need to have a personal Facebook account to use this application, they are completely independent.

Another advantage is that in the free version, you are the owner of the content that you publish and share, although the Facebook Community Rules apply. You also have the option to delete or deactivate your account at any time.

Don’t let social isolation stop you and take advantage of these applications and technology so you don’t neglect any aspect of your business. Not being in the same physical space should not be limited to stop communication between all the collaborators of your company and above all to stop performing essential functions within your organization.

Communication and coordination by digital means is a good alternative to use in these times of contingency, but it could also be applied as a permanent work policy.

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