Watch out ! Watch out ! Phishermen are about….still !

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Hi all, for those of you that don’t know, Phishing is a practice that potential scammers/fraudsters carry out to dupe you into giving out your bank/card details.  It’s been widely published and still it happens. Officially – “Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from reputable companies in order to induce […]

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Security in 2017: Ransomware king | Malwarebytes Labs

Source: Security in 2017: Ransomware king | Malwarebytes Labs 2016 was the year of ransomware, with hackers focusing their attention on exploiting Internet users and businesses around the world for profit. According to the FBI, cyberextortion losses have skyrocketed and ransomware was on track to become a $1 billion a year crime in 2016. Our […]

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Protect your business from ransomware | Malwarebytes Labs

Ransomware is as pervasive as it is dangerous. Learn how to protect your business from ransomware with this infographic. Source: Protect your business from ransomware | Malwarebytes Labs

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Windows 10 for Small Business – auto upgrade or not ?

Many smaller businesses don’t have enterprise versions of Windows 7 or Windows 8 installed, or lack Windows volume license agreements. This means your staff are probably using Pro versions of those operating systems, which, in turn, means they are seeing the new “get your free upgrade to Windows 10″ button. Do you really want your […]

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Enduring brightness: Laser projection with no lamp replacement : United Kingdom : Sony Professional

Enduring brightness: Laser projection with no lamp replacement : United Kingdom : Sony Professional.

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Google’s ‘mobilegeddon’ update release date arrives | IT PRO

Google’s ‘mobilegeddon’ update release date arrives | IT PRO. Google has updated its mobile-friendly algorithm, which will penalise many prominent sites in the process Google’s latest algorithm update – focused especially on mobile browsing – is being rolled out today, with many organisations waiting with baited breath to see whether they will be adversely or […]

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iOS 8 Vulnerability Lets Hackers Crash Any iPhone and iPad Within Wi-Fi Range

iOS 8 Vulnerability Lets Hackers Crash Any iPhone and iPad Within Wi-Fi Range.

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The Truth About Your PC’s Factory Settings: One Size Fits None

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Even a brand new, state-of-the-art computer was built for no one in particular. Windows comes installed on your PC in average (“Balanced”) power mode. This means your computer arrived trying to perform a balancing act between users who want to save power and those who want raw speed. The result is your new PC is […]

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Is your Home Network secure ? what about your NAS

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The following article was posed on the BBC website, written by Mark Ward – Technology correspondent, BBC News. I have re-posted it here as it touches on a subject near to my heart.  Data security and backup these days is becoming more and more key.  I have a friend who religiously backed up all his data […]

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USB Flash vs USB Storage

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An interesting situation arose today with a Client who had a Windows 8 tablet and he wanted to make a system image backup to a 64GB USB Mass Storage Device and it wouldn’t work – the error message was “drive not valid”. Before I go on, here is a link that helps guide you through the […]

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