Network & Internet

Global Ethernet testing market expected to reach $2 billion by 2025
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Network & Internet

Global Ethernet testing market expected to reach $2 billion by 2025

The US is expected to lead the expansion until China and South Korean come online
26 Nov 2020
2FA bypass flaw on cPanel threatens the security of 70 million domains
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Security

2FA bypass flaw on cPanel threatens the security of 70 million domains

Hackers were able to try as many 2FA codes as they wanted using brute force methods before landing on the right one
25 Nov 2020
Secure your Wi-Fi against hackers in 10 steps
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Security

Secure your Wi-Fi against hackers in 10 steps

Lock down your Wi-Fi network and find devices that are stealing your bandwidth – and, potentially, your data
23 Nov 2020
Google extends Chrome support for Windows 7 until 2022
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Chromium

Google extends Chrome support for Windows 7 until 2022

The company says the COVID-19 pandemic has stalled some businesses' Windows 10 migration plans
23 Nov 2020
Broadband backup isn’t fit for business
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broadband

Broadband backup isn’t fit for business

Domestic web connections aren’t built for a nation of homeworkers
21 Nov 2020
Senate passes minimum security standards for federal IoT devices
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Security

Senate passes minimum security standards for federal IoT devices

Vendors must notify federal customers of any cyber security flaws in their internet-connected devices
20 Nov 2020
AI, 5G, and IoT will be the most important tech of 2021, IT leaders say
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artificial intelligence (AI)

AI, 5G, and IoT will be the most important tech of 2021, IT leaders say

A new IEEE survey looks at the trends and challenges of IT leaders as 2021 fast approaches
20 Nov 2020
AI-based reminiscence pilot aims to stimulate recall in memory care patients
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telepresence

AI-based reminiscence pilot aims to stimulate recall in memory care patients

Program will connect patients and their families to their legacies
19 Nov 2020
Mozilla opens public consultation for controversial DNS over HTTPs launch
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Domain Name System (DNS)

Mozilla opens public consultation for controversial DNS over HTTPs launch

Decision likely taken after recent backlash from ISPs and the UK government
19 Nov 2020
How to enable private browsing on any device
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privacy

How to enable private browsing on any device

Want to know how to surf the web privately on Windows, Mac, iOS or Android devices? Here's our private browsing guide
18 Nov 2020
Deutsche Telekom’s net-based LAN service aims to transform network management
cloud computing

Deutsche Telekom’s net-based LAN service aims to transform network management

Deutsche Telekom will leverage ExtremeCloud IQ to deliver unparalleled insights on network activities and performance
18 Nov 2020
What is the dark web?
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Security

What is the dark web?

We shine a light on the often unsavoury corners of the World Wide Web
18 Nov 2020
Chrome 87 arrives with bolstered performance and security
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Security

Chrome 87 arrives with bolstered performance and security

Final update of 2020 for Google's web browser will bring changes to search and open tabs
18 Nov 2020
Nokia achieves record 8Gbps speeds in 5G trial
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5G

Nokia achieves record 8Gbps speeds in 5G trial

The new record is almost twice as fast as Nokia’s previous 5G milestone
18 Nov 2020
Most organizations aren’t tracking their IoT assets
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Internet of Things (IoT)

Most organizations aren’t tracking their IoT assets

The biggest hurdle to IoT tracking technology is cost
17 Nov 2020
UK's 5G rollout lags in Europe with just 30% coverage
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5G

UK's 5G rollout lags in Europe with just 30% coverage

Ericsson and Qualcomm suggest the tech has the potential to generate £14.8 billion in economic growth
17 Nov 2020
DrayTek VigorAP 1000C review: Impressively powerful for the price
wifi & hotspots

DrayTek VigorAP 1000C review: Impressively powerful for the price

A very affordable tri-band Wi-Fi 5 AP that delivers versatile and pocket-friendly wireless mesh networks
14 Nov 2020
Why is IoT security still such a problem?
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Internet of Things (IoT)

Why is IoT security still such a problem?

Talk about privacy by design and regulation has so far failed to yield results
13 Nov 2020
Wi-Fi 6 gets go-ahead for mass rollout
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wifi & hotspots

Wi-Fi 6 gets go-ahead for mass rollout

Five trial deployments in several consumer and business contexts have been deemed a roaring success
12 Nov 2020
Email archiving systems: The forgotten element of cyber security
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Security

Email archiving systems: The forgotten element of cyber security

With cyber criminals ready to pounce on overlooked systems, there's no time to lose
11 Nov 2020
How to fix a stuck Windows 10 update
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operating systems

How to fix a stuck Windows 10 update

Has your PC frozen during an update? Here's how to get it running again
10 Nov 2020
Microsoft 365 outage blamed on botched network driver update
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Microsoft Azure

Microsoft 365 outage blamed on botched network driver update

Many users were unable to access their Exchange Online mailboxes for around 12 hours
6 Nov 2020
Hackers target flaws in PBX system to hijack VoIP calls
Security

Hackers target flaws in PBX system to hijack VoIP calls

Flaws in Sangoma PBX allow hackers to make outgoing calls to premium-rate numbers
6 Nov 2020