Disable feature that allows Google+ users to sent you Gmail

Google announced in a blogpost that they will implement a new feature, which will allow the internet to contact their users in a faster and easier way. Now the internet doesn’t need your e-mail address anymore, they have to search for your name on Google+ and can sent you messages to your Gmail account. This … Continue reading Disable feature that allows Google+ users to sent you Gmail

Office 15 & SharePoint 2013 Preview

Today Steve Ballmer announced the release of both the Office 15 preview as well as the SharePoint 2013 (including SP designer 2013) preview. It has gone public, so if you like you can download it immediately. This post is an accumulated overview of all the info, links and resources which are available at the time … Continue reading Office 15 & SharePoint 2013 Preview

Update: Dutch Net Neutrality and Cookie law

In my last post I talked about the new Dutch Telecom law which includes net neutrality and an opt-in cookie law. I mentioned that the exception “C” was under review and the verdict is in. Exception “C”; Providers may block certain content to a particular end user, but only when the particular end user in … Continue reading Update: Dutch Net Neutrality and Cookie law

Dutch Net Neutrality and Cookie law explained

On Tuesday the 8th of May 2012, the senate passed the amendment of the Dutch Telecom law to add Net Neutrality and therefore the addition came into effect immediately on that day henceforth. As the second country in the world (Chile was first in June 2010) Net Neutrality is now guaranteed under Dutch Law. Is … Continue reading Dutch Net Neutrality and Cookie law explained