Mike bought the 128GB iPhone 6s Plus and he's running out of storage space. Leo says that his iPhone shouldn't be his main storage device, as that's a single point of failure. Leo suggests putting his videos onto a cloud based solution like Microsoft OneDrive, Google Photos, or Flickr. He'll get a terabyte of storage free on Flickr, and Google Photos is unlimited.
Greg likes to send photos via email with Outlook and it always defaults to medium resolution. He wants to change it to a high resolution. How can he do that? Leo suggests trying to drag the image to the mail window and see if it downsizes. Another option is to avoid sending attachments altogether and send a link to the image online, like at Flickr or Google Photos. This is far more secure and he can have full resolution images online.
Wayne doesn't like that iTunes Match only allows 25,000 songs. He has most of his music on external hard drives but one of them died. So he's had to replace songs that iTunes Match didn't allow him to redownload. What alternatives does he have?
Mitan has a bunch of technical documents and he wants to edit them. Leo says that Microsoft Office Online (formerly Office 365) is the best option. Microsoft is pushing everyone to move their data to the cloud, and Office 365 is in the cloud. There may be some advanced features that aren't available, but it's likely that it'll work for Mitan. He can then store the documents at Microsoft OneDrive.
Tina is a software instructor and her Dell Laptop is dying. So she bought an Asus 10" laptop and now her Asus is being recalled. She's returning that and now she's got no backup laptop to do her job. She's looking for something small that she can use.
Leo says that an ultrabook is ideal for Tina. It's thin and light, and has a decent sized 13" screen. It's also great on battery life. Tina's budget is $500, so Leo advises Lenovo's business class laptops.