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What Google’s New HTTPS Standards Mean for You

Google recently announced that Chrome 68 will be released in early July of 2018. An important feature of this update is Chrome will be marking all HTTP sites as “not secure”. With current Chrome browsers, Google highlights that an HTTPS site is secure, but does not necessarily highlight that an HTTP site is not secure. … Continue reading What Google’s New HTTPS Standards Mean for You

Justienne de Castro

Happy New Year from I-ology – Top Trends by Google in 2015

Another year down and another year full of millions of searches and countless trends have passed. Luckily, Google keeps track of the hottest trends and allows users to search popular topics from 2015 with Google Trends. From Star Wars and Adele to a colored dress that left many of us wondering if we had vision … Continue reading Happy New Year from I-ology – Top Trends by Google in 2015

Google+ Photos Ends, Google Photo Begins

Starting August 1, Google announced that it would be retiring Google+ Photos and replace it the newly established Google Photos—a service it launched in May. Google+ Photos allowed Google+ users the ability to store their pictures in a private storage format—very similar to any photo storage site, however, the new Google Photos will be a … Continue reading Google+ Photos Ends, Google Photo Begins