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Scrapping ICT GCSE ‘was a mistake’ finds education and IT skills report

October 19, 2016

Should have been kept alongside new coding-focused qualification argues CREST paper. A new report on the UK government’s November 2015 decision to scrap ICT at GCSE and A-Level has collected…

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Microsoft HoloLens to be available in six more countries in November

Microsoft has started taking pre-orders of their HoloLens product in Australia, Ireland, France, Germany, New Zealand, and the UK. HoloLens will start to be shipped at the beginning of November….

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Windows Server 2016 set for mid-October release

Windows Server 2016 set for mid-October release

October 18, 2016

With Docker Engine CS thrown in for free Windows Server 2016 will broadly be available from the middle of this month October 2016, the Docker Engine will be given at…

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Microsoft vows to secure Edge browser for enterprises

Microsoft vows to secure Edge browser for enterprises

Windows Defender Application Guard stops Windows 10 from running untrusted browser sessions At Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference they announced their intention to make their Edge browser more safer for businesses…

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Windows 10 continues to grow despite end of free upgrades for users of Windows 7 and 8

Windows 10 continues to grow despite end of free upgrades for users of Windows 7 and 8

October 6, 2016

Windows 10 could be on one-in-four PCs and laptops by the end of the year. During the normal slow month of August the quantity of desktop PC’s and laptops that…

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Ransomware went through the roof in August 2016

Number of money-grabbing attacks increased 30 per cent last month RAMSOMWARE ATTACKS are showing no signs of slowing down and were notably abundant in August of this year, this is…

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Google will name and shame insecure websites

Websites without HTTPS will be marked as “non-secure” from 2017 In 2017 Google Chrome will be warning website users that the sites are “not secure” if they are not using…

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Employees waste four weeks a year due to slow and outdated tech, finds report.

This equates to around a value of £2,100 per employee down the drain annually. A new report by Sharp found when companies have slow and outdated IT, it costs their…

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Employees still falling for phishing scams

Research has found that 30% of users will click on suspicious links.  Within this research it was found that a companies complete network security is at risk because one third of…

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