Kevin is looking for an alternative to Adobe's Creative Cloud since he thinks that $40 a month to use Photoshop is too much. Leo says that Adobe has been wanting to do this for a long time. Adobe is afraid of piracy and have figured out they can make more money by renting out the software instead of selling it.
Here are some other solutions:
Valerie wants to know if she doesn't use Office 365/2013 next year, will she be able to open the documents? Leo says there are free, open source options like OpenOffice, which will open the docs Valerie uses with no trouble. In fact, Microsoft's own TOS says:
Sean is interested in Leo's Ring Central Sound Point SIP IP670Sip phone. Leo says it's a fantastic phone and Ring Central is a great service for VOIP PBX service. If he wants to go open source, Leo says that Asterix is very powerful, open source, PBX software that will enable him to use landlines and cellphones to manage his own PBX phone system.
There's a couple of ways to do this using build-in encryption in Windows:
- Full disc encryption
- Folder encryption
This will keep the entire computer encrypted until she were to log in.
This is where a folder is encrypted, and files dropped into this folder will be encrypted.