Categories IT’s no Mystery


  Following is the full text of the statement issued by the Caribbean Telecommunications Union on the Regulatory Forum held on December 10-11 at Cascadia Hotel, St Ann’s, Trinidad & Tobago. We have re-posted it on Kittivisian Life for those of you who didn’t have a chance to read it […]

CTU Issues Statement After Its Port-of-Spain Forum


  What You should Learn from the Data Breaches at Sony and other’s   Over the last couple of years one corporate giant after another has fallen victim to cyber-crime or security breaches of one form or another. For those who don’t follow these matters the breach at Sony Corporation […]

Learn from Other’s Security Mistakes


Russell Williams There are not many occasions when you are encouraged to lie unless you’re playing some sort of party game, but here’s one such scenario. If you are familiar with the typical security questions typically asked by most banks, website or on-line services such as:

The One Time, You Should Lie Through Your Teeth!



Occasionally we literally get ourselves in over our heads trying to keep up with technology. This is particularly true if you have a fancy new screen or might be just getting used to the touch-pad of a new laptop or keyboard touch-pad combo. These techniques might be useful for anyone […]

Slowing IT Down to Get More Done


By Russell Williams Podcasts are small audio/video files, usually saved as an MP3/4 file format that can be played with a media player either on a computer with a program such as Winamp, VLC Media Player, RealPlayer or Windows Media Player. They can also be played on a dedicated MP3 […]

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IT’s No Mystery With all the discussion and apparent concern these days over how much of our information the likes of Facebook and Google have and how they use or abuse it; I wonder what persons think when their e-mail address appears in a list of sometimes 50 or 100 […]

E-mail Etiquette – Please use the BCC!


By Russell Williams Quite often one would like to mail essentially the same information to a group of recipients but still address each individual personally. This is quite easy to do and not shrouded in mystery at all. Follow our instructions in the link below to get up to speed.

Mail Merge Using Microsoft Word 2003