It’s clear — the cloud has boosted productivity, increased collaborative possibilities, and made employees more comfortable with working from anywhere. Whether people are using Google Apps or Office 365 to manage their emails, contacts, calendars, and documents, managing their CRM through Salesforce, or storing important business information in Box, cloud services have proven their value and are certainly here to stay. This begs the question: how safe is data stored in the cloud?
With the recent iOS upgrade (iOS 9), Apple added a few new features. One of the new features, allows users to automatically switch from slow, failing Wifi connections to their cellular data plan (3g, 4g). However, due to the fact that a large portion of iPhones are purchased with a limited data plan, users have been incurring outrageous charges.
Keep reading to learn how to disable this feature and protect your cellular data plan from unexpected overages.