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  • Official Opening of GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre class=

    Official Opening of GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre

    Having already handled 188 high level cyber-attacks in the UK in the past three months, the government’s new National Cyber Security Centre is built to deal with the increasing number, frequency and sophistication of severe hacking ...

  • Better UK Mobile Coverage... Technically Possible Now class=

    Better UK Mobile Coverage... Technically Possible Now

    The UK National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) believes that the barrier to ubiquitous mobile coverage is not technology but is actually logistical. To deploy large numbers of cells requires the acquisition of municipal sites such as lamp posts and ...

  • Microsoft's Acquisition of LinkedIn Complete class=

    Microsoft's Acquisition of LinkedIn Complete

    It has taken almost six months to formalise but today Microsoft CEO; Sayta Nadella, announced that the acquisition of LinkedIn is finally complete. The two companies are keen to build tighter integration into their respective platforms. First ...

  • Discover and Learn More about Microsoft Teams class=

    Discover and Learn More about Microsoft Teams

    We have seen many new products launched under the Office 365 umbrella recently and now Microsoft has announced another member of the family; Microsoft ...

  • Cyber Security Threats to UK Small Businesses class=

    Cyber Security Threats to UK Small Businesses

    The UK Government has set out its plans on how it intends to protect the country from Cyber Threats over the next 5 years in the publication of the National ...

  • Mobile Internet Usage Surpasses Desktop for First Time class=

    Mobile Internet Usage Surpasses Desktop for First Time

    Last month (October 2016), mobile usage of the Internet reached 51.3 percent surpassing that of desktop usage globally for the first time ever. This figure ...

  • Microsoft Increases Prices in UK to Reflect Decline in British Pound class=

    Microsoft Increases Prices in UK to Reflect Decline in British Pound

    Since the UK voted to leave the EU, the downturn in the British Pound has inevitably forced companies to pass on increased costs to their customers. Following ...

  • Internet Explorer Flaw Affects Windows XP Users class=

    Internet Explorer Flaw Affects Windows XP Users

    On 26th April, Microsoft issued a Security Advisory (No. 2963983) warning of a vulnerability in the following editions of Internet Explorer: Internet ...

  • Workers have poor grasp of data security issues, survey suggests class=

    Workers have poor grasp of data security issues, survey suggests

    A poll of IT security administrators in the UK has found that most believe employees in their businesses have poor understanding of data protection issues. The ...

  • Most workers would happily take corporate data when they leave their employer, an Imperva survey finds. class=

    Most workers would happily take corporate data when they leave their employer, an Imperva survey finds.

    The majority of workers have plans to take data away from their companies once they resign or are given the boot, research has indicated. Seven in 10 ...

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