Saturday 20 July 2019

FREE Cloud Based Design and Prototyping

Figma, prototype, and collaborate all in the browser—with Figma. Build faster and more consistently with reusable and scalable elements across your files. Access layers in each instance so you can intuitively edit and override text and images inline. The FREE Starter tier allows for 2 editors, up to 3 projects, 30 days version history and unlimited storage. As Figma is browser based, it works on a Mac, PC, Linux; and even on a Chromebook. See:

Friday 19 July 2019

FREE Expert Help for UK Victims of Cybercrime

The Cyber Helpline has been setup to help UK victims of cybercrime, via a free chatbot which gives immediate advice on how to deal with your cyber security issue. If the chatbot thinks you need more help it will pass you onto one of their volunteer cyber security experts. The chatbot and team of volunteer cyber security experts will talk in language that you understand and are able to advise you in all cyber security scenarios. See:

Thursday 18 July 2019

FREE Phishing Add-on for Gmail

The Demisto Gmail Phishing Add-on enables users to easily report suspicious emails to the security team. The plugin streamlines the reporting process by forwarding the original, suspicious email as an attachment to the security team. Since it is not a straightforward process in Gmail to forward and attach original emails, this single click process makes it easier for the user to send any suspicious emails to the security team without disrupting their usual daily routine. For more info see:

Wednesday 17 July 2019

FREE Notion Workspace Tools

Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized with Notion - 4 tools 1.

1. Notes & Docs
A simple, beautiful writing experience, with 30+ media types.
2. Knowledge Base
Turn your tribal knowledge into easy-to-find answers.
3. Tasks & Projects
Kanban board, calendar, and list views. Lightweight yet flexible.
4. Spreadsheets & Databases
Keep records of everything. Capture your unique workflows.

Available for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android. A free account allows unlimited members, 1000 block storage, 5MB file upload limit, and bulk export. See:

Thursday 11 July 2019

How To Recover Microsoft Office Files That You Forgot To Save

We've all done it, created a file, maybe printed it, then closed Word or Excel without saving. Luckily there is a hidden backup. Before you panic, try following these simple steps: 
  1. Open the program (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) with a new blank file.
  2. Click File from the menubar
  3. Click on the Manage ... Document (Word), Workbook (Excel), Presentation (PowerPoint)
  4. And select Recover Unsaved ... Document / Workbook / Presentation
  5. Select the asd file to open and save as ...
Alternatively you may have a Recover Unsaved ... button at the bottom of the Open file dialog.