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Independent workers in luck as Dropbox unveils new product
“In this new world, it’s critical to deliver a phenomenal first impression, every time.”
Ixia extends CloudLens, now supports all major cloud platforms
It has now been extended to support for Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud.
England’s second largest police force still reliant on vulnerable Windows XP
The Greater Manchester police have revealed more than one in five of its computers are still running an OS that has been unsupported since 2014.
Hands-on review: The Acer Spin 7 laptop performs most admirably
This machine will be a brilliant alternative to those of you who are iOS averse...
Adobe XD gets another update packed full of features
Adobe Experience Design is built from the ground up to address the complex needs of UX designers...
Red Hat & Microsoft on a mission to simplify container adoption for enterprises
Microsoft and Red Hat are extending their alliance with two new initiatives aimed at supporting enterprises in their adoption of containers.
VMware and Google provide Chrome management capabilities
VMware's Workspace ONE will enable customers to manage Chrome devices from a single console.
Aussie IT company deploys StorageCraft's disaster recovery tech
IntegrateIT utilises ShadowProtect’s virtualisation capabilities by initiating physical to virtual restores. For others, they perform restores to the
Three AI projects that come close to making HAL 9000 a reality
Three AI beings that rival the intelligence of the famed HAL 9000.
School IT procurement survey finds out which tech wins
A recent survey has asked schools what their IT preferences are for digital devices in the classroom. Which product would be best for you?
Microsoft underlines allegiance to the channel
At Computex 2017, Microsoft has highlighted its commitment to the channel with new opportunities to drive growth and customer demand.
Even more tips for staying safe online: There's no such thing as too safe!
Most important is making sure your software is updated.
Big changes in the infosec landscape: Time to take note and take action
Do you like RDP? Good. So do attackers. Wait? What?! Yes, attackers love your weakly-defended RDP port as the payoff can be huge.
Microsoft embraces Android and iOS in new Windows update
These updates mark their most significant success in embracing both Android and iOS.
Zero day distributing FINSPY espionage malware and LATENTBOT malware
FireEye recently identified a vulnerability – CVE-2017-0199 – that allows a malicious actor to download and execute a Visual Basic script.
It’s time to finally say goodbye to Windows XP. And Vista. Again.
On April 8 it was three years since Microsoft ended its extended support for Windows XP. 8% of desktop users worldwide still run the operating system.
Windows rolls out new update - good news for creatives and gamers
Microsoft recently announced the next major update to Windows 10, known as the ‘Creators Update’, in an attempt to usurp Apple in creative circles.
Windows OS is still full of holes, but Microsoft's making serious efforts to fix it
ESET shows that the Windows operating system is continuing to be a breeding ground for vulnerabilities, but patches are never far behind.
Ransomware: Expert advice on how to keep safe and secure
Paying criminals is never a good idea, even when it seems expedient. Ransomware authors are under no obligation to give you back what you pay.
Hands-on review: Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac
Applications such as Parallels Desktop 12 aim to make your life a whole lot easier by running Virtual Machines (VMs) within your Mac environment.
From the Dark Side turn you must: Alternatives to Windows 10
Pat Pilcher has just published an article aptly entitled, Windows 10 is horrible. So what are the alternatives? Owen McCarthy investigates..
Opinion: Windows 10 is horrible
In the past, I’ve been called a Microsoft fan boy, hell I was even one of the MCs when Microsoft launched Vista in NZ.
Microsoft switches to monthly Windows 7, 8.1 and Server 2012 updates
Microsoft is planning monthly rollout update for Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 and users for all non-security related updates.
CDNetworks explains the brute force of XOR.DDoS attacks
The XOR.DDoS creates huge volumes of of data and meaningless strings in a SYN flood attack, crippling Linux PCs - and Windows too, says CDNetworks.