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'Embrace PowerShell for better security', say UK, US, NZ cyber authorities
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Microsoft Windows

'Embrace PowerShell for better security', say UK, US, NZ cyber authorities

The powerful automation and IT administrative tool has been used by hackers as an attack tool, but proper configuration can take the power out of thei…
23 Jun 2022
Slack adds multi-person screen sharing features to Huddles
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Slack adds multi-person screen sharing features to Huddles

New co-working functions and live cursor features aim to boost virtual collaboration on the comms platform
22 Jun 2022
Amazon to introduce first fully autonomous robots across its warehouses
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automation

Amazon to introduce first fully autonomous robots across its warehouses

New systems seek to ease human manual labour, but company claims they’re not looking to replace workers
22 Jun 2022
Tencent to open third data centre in Japan
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Tencent to open third data centre in Japan

There is currently over 183 MW of data centre capacity under construction in the country
22 Jun 2022
UK government opts against regulation for cyber security standards
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UK government opts against regulation for cyber security standards

UK Cyber Security Council will move ahead with its planned chartered standards, with the government to monitor its adoption
22 Jun 2022
Security BSides commits to greater conference diversity after speaker backlash
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cyber security

Security BSides commits to greater conference diversity after speaker backlash

A surprise booking of a divisive social engineer prompted a number of cyber security experts to pull out of BSides Cleveland
21 Jun 2022
Powering through to innovation
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Whitepaper

Powering through to innovation

IT agility drive digital transformation
21 Jun 2022
Cisco claims it's solved 'broken' hybrid work model
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Network & Internet

Cisco claims it's solved 'broken' hybrid work model

Networking giant flexes muscles at Las Vegas with slate of product launches as it insists recent troubles are in the rearview mirror - our Cisco Live …
20 Jun 2022
Windows 11 Home vs Pro: What's the difference for business users?
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operating systems

Windows 11 Home vs Pro: What's the difference for business users?

A comparison of the various features and tools available across Windows 11's Home and Pro versions
20 Jun 2022
How to take screenshots on a Windows 10 laptop or PC
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Microsoft Windows

How to take screenshots on a Windows 10 laptop or PC

A guide to all the various tools and shortcuts you can use to take a screenshot on Windows 10
20 Jun 2022
The 25 best companies to work for in the UK based on senior leadership
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Careers & training

The 25 best companies to work for in the UK based on senior leadership

Quality of senior management the most important driver of employee satisfaction, Glassdoor report finds
20 Jun 2022
Telegram to roll out premium tier as it tops 700m daily users
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instant messaging (IM)

Telegram to roll out premium tier as it tops 700m daily users

The company has remained tight-lipped about pricing but is launching a paid-for tier ahead of rivals
20 Jun 2022
Microsoft reportedly blocks Russian Windows 10 and Windows 11 downloads
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Microsoft Windows

Microsoft reportedly blocks Russian Windows 10 and Windows 11 downloads

Local media report issues from inside Russia but the company has yet to confirm if it was a deliberate move or merely an error
20 Jun 2022
Datadog launches Observability Pipelines for enterprise data management
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data quality

Datadog launches Observability Pipelines for enterprise data management

The service lets businesses ‌centrally‌ ‌analyze‌ ‌massive volumes‌ ‌of‌ ‌application‌ ‌metrics,‌ ‌logs, and‌ ‌traces
17 Jun 2022
IT Pro News in Review: UK tech raises $16bn, Microsoft acquires Miburo, largest DDoS attack mitigated
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IT Pro News in Review: UK tech raises $16bn, Microsoft acquires Miburo, largest DDoS attack mitigated

Catch up on the biggest headlines of the week in just two minutes
17 Jun 2022
SAP to foster partner training with new Partner Talent Initiative
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Careers & training

SAP to foster partner training with new Partner Talent Initiative

New programme will certify IT professionals in high demand areas such as RISE with SAP S/4HANA Cloud
17 Jun 2022
Windows 10 vs Windows 11: Is Windows 10 or 11 better for your business?
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operating systems

Windows 10 vs Windows 11: Is Windows 10 or 11 better for your business?

Windows 10 is by far the most popular operating system, but is it worth upgrading your business to Windows 11?
17 Jun 2022
What is GPT-4?
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artificial intelligence (AI)

What is GPT-4?

The next generation of the OpenAI framework - GPT-4 - might change the face of language modelling
17 Jun 2022
UK unveils Data Reform Bill, scrapping parts of GDPR and promising £1 billion in savings
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UK unveils Data Reform Bill, scrapping parts of GDPR and promising £1 billion in savings

The reforms, which stop short of abolishing GDPR entirely, also include an overhaul to the Information Commissioner's Office and a watering-down of ru…
16 Jun 2022
Microsoft Viva Sales aims to take the busy work out of CRM
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customer relationship management (CRM)

Microsoft Viva Sales aims to take the busy work out of CRM

The AI-powered platform aims to give sellers easier access to customer information from across the business
16 Jun 2022
KPMG to add automation across its business with Alteryx partnership
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KPMG to add automation across its business with Alteryx partnership

Accountancy giant undergoing a "cultural shift" as it moves further into software-powered analytics
16 Jun 2022
WAN Insights is Cisco’s first foray into predictive network intelligence
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Network & Internet

WAN Insights is Cisco’s first foray into predictive network intelligence

The company has worked on the technology for years but WAN Insights is the first product that has been made available to businesses
16 Jun 2022
A guide to cyber security certification and training
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Careers & training

A guide to cyber security certification and training

Cyber security skills are in demand from every organisation, but what training and certification is needed?
16 Jun 2022
Deepfake attacks expected to be next major threat to businesses
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Deepfake attacks expected to be next major threat to businesses

Cisco’s cyber security experts agreed that social norms may also become “super weird” as a result
16 Jun 2022