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How IT Support in London Can Help Your Startup

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Tech startups are no longer the domain of IT wizards in Silicon Valley, as the UK has seen a rise in multimillion-pound companies over the last few years. If you are planning on or have already created a startup, IT has to be a major consideration whatever industry you are in, and often, it makes … Read moreHow IT Support in London Can Help Your Startup

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How to Prepare for Your Office 365 Migration in London

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The process of moving all your mailboxes, calendars, and contacts to the cloud may be worrying when you plan for your Office 365 migration in London. Will you lose anything? Will all your systems be compatible? Will your IT services struggle to cope? Email is such a large part of any corporation it can be … Read moreHow to Prepare for Your Office 365 Migration in London

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Why MSPs are Kind of a No-Brainer for IT Support in London

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If you’re responsible for global IT at a massive international company, you can probably afford to expend the resources it takes to keep your IT in-house. Even so, the world’s biggest organisations are increasingly leveraging the powerful advantages of managed services. For small and medium-sized businesses, frankly, the decision about whether your IT support in … Read moreWhy MSPs are Kind of a No-Brainer for IT Support in London

Take Mobility and Security Beyond Traditional VPN Solutions with Awingu

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  TAKE MOBILITY AND SECURITY BEYOND TRADITIONAL VPN SOLUTIONS WITH AWINGU

Uber comes clean after taking users for a ride over data breach

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App-based cab firm Uber has admitted paying $10,000 (£75,500) to cover up a data breach that impacted 2.7 million of its UK users. The company’s database was hacked in 2016, with cybercriminals obtaining access to 57 million names, email addresses and mobile numbers from account holders around the world. Uber was then served a ransom … Read moreUber comes clean after taking users for a ride over data breach

Hacker accesses prison data to (almost) break someone out

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One enterprising scammer has used phishing techniques not to try and get rich quick, but secure a prisoner’s early release. Konrad Voits from Michigan, USA, masterminded an elaborate scheme to try and get a prisoner at Washtenaw County out of jail long before they were due for release. He began by creating a duplicate county … Read moreHacker accesses prison data to (almost) break someone out

What do Bitcoins, Royal Weddings and Exit Polls have in common?

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Google has revealed its top searches of 2017, in what is always a clear indication as to the trends and topics that caught public attention over the past 12 months. It seems trying to get rich quick (or at least work out what all the hype is) was a major trend for 2017, with Bitcoin … Read moreWhat do Bitcoins, Royal Weddings and Exit Polls have in common?

How to customise Word’s spell check and AutoCorrect

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Those green and red squiggly lines proposed by Microsoft Word provide a useful way to keep an eye on your spelling and grammar. But what if you meant to type a word in a certain way? Then, this feature can be just plain annoying. So did you know you can adjust the auto-correction settings in … Read moreHow to customise Word’s spell check and AutoCorrect

3 Excel tips you probably didn’t know

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This month’s tips and tricks article is a challenge to power users of Excel – three useful shortcuts that you probably didn’t know before. Transpose data from a row to a column Sometimes, after you’ve already spent a lot of time laying out a new spreadsheet, you discover that the column headings you chose may … Read more3 Excel tips you probably didn’t know

Android unlock patterns vulnerable to shoulder surfing

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Android users could be putting their data at risk by using unlock patterns – which can be guessed by as many as 60% of onlookers. Researchers at the US Naval Academy and the University of Maryland Baltimore County looked into the phenomenon of ‘shoulder surfing’, where crooks watch smartphone users unlock their devices from a … Read moreAndroid unlock patterns vulnerable to shoulder surfing