Blogs

May 12, 2014

School Directory App used for group communication by the parents, teachers and PTA/PTO

Are you a class parent who wants to send a note to all the parents in your child’s class about the upcoming “Teacher’s Gift” or “Teacher’s Appreciation Day” or simply requesting for a parent volunteer? Are you a teacher who wants to provide your students with timely reminders about a homework assignment that is due or an upcoming exam ? Are you a PTA President who needs to send weekly newsletters and emails to your PTA Members? MobileArq school directory app fulfills the wide-spread and important need for group communication within the school community.  Over 20,000 parents, teachers and PTA Officers are using MobileArq to easily and effectively communicate with their school community.
April 28, 2014

Why is a printed school directory more insecure than a mobile and online directory?

Auctioning off a 2006-2007 Hale/Field school directory… #WHSassassins pic.twitter.com/gkYqJzP0so Sarah Petersen, April 23, 2014 The print school directories is a valuable tool for parents who want to connect with other parents in their school community.  However, these print directories also represent a security risk since they can be readily transferred to anyone outside of the intended school community.  An extreme misuse of the directory and its contents is illustrated by an example of an ongoing online auction of school directory to the highest bidder. Please show your strong disapproval of this directory auction posting.  A collective request to remove this posting will prevent similar postings in the future.
April 23, 2014

How School Directory compilations can lead to eye problems?

April 22, 2014

Prevent Heartbleed with Biometric Software

The HeartBleed Security Bug has been echoing through the halls of the internet. Every web user should be rightfully concerned with the possibility of their various accounts getting hijacked/broken. There are some preventive security measures a company or a user can take to protect themselves from security bugs or in general any kind of hacking. A password is simply one key to unlock a door to any account. What if a user can have multiple keys that would need to be provided or multiple doors to be unlocked to get into an account. One of the common practices that financial institutions are using is having multiple security questions answered before a user is allowed to access the account. Unfortunately, in a situation like the ‘HeartBleed Bug’, hackers can access the various questions as well if they have been exposed in the web server cache. A robust solution to any attack […]