Emma is like a fitness tracker for your finances, and it's over 80% off now

Get your finances in shape with this powerful money manager.

  • Emma is a personal finance and budgeting app to help you better control your money.
  • Emma organizes and analyzes all your financial accounts to save you cash.
  • A $299.99 lifetime subscription is on sale now for just $39.
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Microsoft Excel doesn’t have to be scary. This $29.99 training breaks it all down.

Get the absolute most out of what Excel can do with this incredible course and become a productivity master. Right now, it's 90% off the regular price.

  • The Complete Microsoft Excel and VBA Bundle offers full Excel 2019, 2016 and 2013 training.
  • The package also shows how to use VBA, Excel's key programming language.
  • The $300 package is on sale now for just $29.99.
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Google just put real-time language translation in the palm of our hands

Interpreter, Google's language translating tool, is coming to mobile and it's poised to change our everyday conversations.

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  • Google's real-time language translation tool, Interpreter Mode, is now accessible on mobile devices.
  • Through easy, real-time translation, individuals will be able to better immerse themselves in new cultures and connect with others in more intimate, fulfilling ways.
  • As the linguistic topography of the U.S. changes, Google is making it easier than ever to embrace new cultures by learning their languages.
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Hackers hit New Orleans city government website — are other cities at risk?

No harm done this time, but it's an ominous occurrence.

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  • Late last week, the city of New Orleans was hit by a ransomware attack.
  • Government offices were able to avoid the worst of it, as the result of following existing procedures.
  • Attacks like this on city governments are more common than you'd think.
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Are passwords obsolete? Thoughts from a famous fraudster.

In the next two to three years we'll see passwords go away in a way that's long overdue.

  • When we look at online breaches, about 86 percent of the time the hacks have to do with passwords. Because of this, many security experts believe we need to move away from using them.
  • Consequently, we've now developed the technology to do just that. For instance, we now have a technology called Trusona — it stands for "true persona." The technology recognizes the individual, more accurately, based on their device.
  • Many industries are already switching to this method of identity verification. Airlines are already switching, banks are switching, universities, too, are switching.
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