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A Windows 8 Recycle? Will going back restore confidence?

A Windows 8 Recycle?  Will going back restore confidence?

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Security Best Practices – 10 of the best things you can do

Security Best Practices – 10 of the best things you can do

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Microsoft restores transfer rights for retail Office 2013 copies

Microsoft restores transfer rights for retail Office 2013 copies

From the Bott Report:Summary: As part of its shift to a subscription model, Microsoft introduced a controversial “no transfer” restriction with Office 2013. Now, after an intense outcry from customers, the company has reversed course and agreed to allow users to transfer retail Office licenses between devices. Office 2013 might be brand new, but its...

In defense of the Chromebook Pixel

In defense of the Chromebook Pixel

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The Most Wonderfully Unrealistic Gear from CES 2013

The Most Wonderfully Unrealistic Gear from CES 2013

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CES 2013 Preview of Next Week’s Show

CES 2013 Preview of Next Week’s Show

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2013 – The Tech Year of Reckoning? 5 areas to keep in focus

2013 – The Tech Year of Reckoning?  5 areas to keep in focus

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Security will be the Top Issue of 2013

Security will be the Top Issue of 2013

Information security continues to grow more complex, and 2013 will be no exception.  Security personnel must evaluate their current security measures and develop action plans to tighten defenses and prepare them for the coming threats, or become victim to the payload. Security officers educating those who are less aware of security issues around emerging...

Malvertisements….Is it ever possible to avoid Malware?

Malvertisements….Is it ever possible to avoid Malware?

We all do our best to avoid advertisements in general, but with the evolution in online advertising, so comes the various ways hackers can use them to exploit our computers and the networks the reside on. With a recent rise in ‘malvertisements’ we’re forced once again to maintain vigilance in yet another area of possible compromise. What are malvertisements...

Pay Up….You’ve been Hacked!

Pay Up….You’ve been Hacked!

It nearly sounds as if it’s out of a movie. Picture it: You boot up your computer, only to discover that all your files have disappeared — and a stranger is holding them hostage until you fork over some dough. It’s one of the latest threats to your network and unlike many cyber threats, the culprits are literally taunting you over what’s been done....