Microsoft Will Retire OWA for iPhone, iPad and Android

On May 15, 2018, the OWAs (Online Web Application) will stop working. For several years now, Microsoft has been concentrating on introducing more features and neglecting their OWAs. In April, the OWA will no longer be available for download from the iTunes store and Google Play store. OWA mobile app users will be (repeatedly) notified … Continue Reading

Microsoft Product Lifecycles

Everything dies eventually, even software. Software is considered dead when there is no more support for it and Microsoft has declared deadlines (excuse the pun) for the end of support of their products. This includes everything from Microsoft Office to Windows 10. Sometimes the support is extended, but this is rare. This article will discuss … Continue Reading

There Will Be 4G Coverage On The Moon Next Year

The mission by PTScientists , with the very original name “Mission to the Moon”, is due to launch in 2019 from Cape Canaveral on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. It will be the first privately funded Moon landing. PTScientists have already chosen their allies – Nokia (their devices can withstand anything), Germany, Audi and Vodafone … Continue Reading

Managed IT Support

In order for weloveIT to deliver the best customer experience we have chosen to build a personal relationship with each and every customer. Here is our process. Step 1: Who is the Customer? An audition process allows us to best fit personality, skill and location. We investigate the vision and the core business, how can … Continue Reading

New Windows Defender Extension for Google Chrome

Although Windows Defender is nowhere close to an acceptable anti-virus and you should always have an additional anti-virus installed, Microsoft has added another security feature – Windows Defender Browser protection. In the spirit of being an inadequate “defender”, it does not confirm via the behaviour/code of the sites you are browsing to is dangerous. However; … Continue Reading

PS4 Puts the Parents Back in Control

The days of trying to pull your kids away from the Playstation are over, as of the software update 5.5 released on 8th March 2018. The parents have won. Obviously. I remember my childhood being a battlefield of gaming. Constantly bartering for more time to play on the Playstation, covering an age restriction symbol with … Continue Reading