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September 7, 2021
Openreach axes connection fees for low-income homes

Openreach will install broadband for free to UK households on universal credit which have no other earnings. The company would usually charge ISPs, such as Sky or TalkTalk, for connecting households to broadband. The firm estimates about one million people could save up to £92, depending on how internet firms pass on the saving. But […]

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June 15, 2021
Microsoft's plan to remake Windows — what that might mean

In two weeks, Microsoft, plans to unveil the "next generation" of Windows. But isn't Windows 10 supposed to be the last generation of the ubiquitous OS? Oh, great. Microsoft is going to upend Windows again. Just great. Come June 24, according to Microsoft, the company will unveil or display or reveal all or something or […]

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October 20, 2020
Managing employee security risks during lockdown

COVID-19 doesn’t have to compromise your organisation’s security Security is something that every business should be thinking about; it’s an absolutely essential part of any IT strategy, and can lead to serious problems if not properly maintained and monitored. However, it can be tempting to think of security threats as purely external forces, driven by […]

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October 13, 2020
Microsoft CEO warns of video call fatigue

Satya Nadella suggests workers need the 'cognitive break' of a commute for their wellbeing Businesses need to consider the effects the switch to remote working has on collaboration, learning and our wellbeing, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has warned.  Speaking to The Wall Street Journal CEO Council, Nadella suggested that companies need to find solutions for these "major […]

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July 31, 2020
Huawei passes Samsung as world's biggest smartphone brand

The Chinese firm has taken "full advantage" of its homeland's economic recovery, according to analysts Embattled Chinese firm Huawei shipped more smartphones worldwide than any other vendor in the second quarter of 2020. It's the first time in nine years that a company other than Apple or Samsung has led the market and it is […]

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July 24, 2020
HDMI vs DVI: What’s the best AV input?

We put the biggest AV technologies against each other in our display cable comparison While the sight of masses of cables going into the back of a TV or PC is a nightmare for some, it's worth getting to grips with the various types of cables and ports on offer.  When you buy a new monitor, for example, […]

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June 29, 2020
Windows 10 business users face new update restrictions

The timeframe in which enterprise customers can delay feature updates has been slashed from 365 days to 35 Microsoft has restricted the capacity for Windows 10 enterprise customers to defer major updates for up to a year with the rollout of the May 2020 Update, slashing the deferral time to 35 days. Starting with the latest […]

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June 16, 2020
The top 12 password-cracking techniques used by hackers

Some of the most common, and most effective, methods for stealing passwords Passwords are the bane of any cyber security expert’s existence. They’re typically easy to crack, often reused and, in today’s era of biometrics and cryptography, are an antiquated way of protecting an account. Unfortunately, it’s this ease of use that means passwords are still the primary […]

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June 9, 2020
Hackers are wreaking havoc on Google’s Cloud infrastructure

Attackers use Google Firebase storage URLs to trick users into giving up their login credentials According to Cyware, researchers at Trustwave recently discovered numerous hackers infecting users with malware by targeting them via Google's Cloud infrastructure. A number of phishing campaigns uncovered by the team of researchers found that threat actors are using Google Firebase storage URLs to dupe users into giving up their login credentials. By […]

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June 2, 2020
Intel releases Wi-Fi and Bluetooth driver updates for Windows 10

But the update isn't automatic - here's how to download it Intel has released an update for its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth drivers on a select number of devices. These updates are available on all supported versions of Windows 10.  Intel’s Wi-Fi driver update aims to remedy a number of connectivity issues plaguing Windows 10’s mobile hotspot feature. The update also addresses […]

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