Credit Karma gives you your credit report and score from two credit-reporting bureaus. The web app offers more, however, and the Android app comes up light on mobile features.
Your iPhone may be well protected against malware, but it can’t protect your data as it travels the internet. Using a VPN keeps your information safe and private, even when you’re connected through an insecure Wi-Fi hotspot.
Malware comes in many forms, but one thing’s for sure—you don’t want it attacking your computer. We’ve tested nearly 100 apps to help you find the right tools to protect your devices and your privacy.
Modern websites quiz your browser to generate a fingerprint that uniquely identifies you, so they can track your actions. If you’re concerned about privacy, use TrackOFF to foil the fingerprinters.
CloudBerry Backup Ultimate is a fantastic piece of backup software that supports a well-rounded cross section of scenarios found in a small business environment. But, despite the configurability and choice of cloud storage provider, it scales poorly without a means to centrally manage and monitor backups across the organization.
Though it doesn’t have support for as many applications as its competition, CrashPlan Pro does an excellent job of protecting files. It’s a good option for small businesses without a large number of servers.
IDrive (Small Business) has some quirks, but it has a breadth of capabilities that aren’t usually found in its price point. With excellent encryption and a mostly intuitive user interface, it’s a good choice for smaller shops.
5pm’s motto is “project management on time.” It’s a good option for small businesses in need of a simple and affordable app to keep teams on task.
CryptoPrevent Premium 8 has been fighting ransomware since the venerable CryptoLocker, but it’s vastly more intrusive than competing products, and it proved seriously ineffective in testing.
Norton WiFi Privacy brings a trusted name to desktop VPNs, but its high price is hard to justify.