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Ultra-wide screens and ADP
If you’re still wondering whether ultra-wide is the way to go, consider this – when you’ve got a mountain of work to do or an important decision to make, wouldn’t you rather have more information in front of you than less? Wouldn’t you prefer to take it all in at a glance rather than have to keep opening and closing windows and links? Wouldn’t you feel more reassured knowing you hadn’t missed something or forgotten to open a file?
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Windows 11 Pro and Back to Office
Remote working, online meetings, hybrid teams, the new normal - the last couple of years have seen all of us learning new phrases and getting used to new ways of working. But the truth is, most of us can’t wait to get back to the office and start working side by side with our friends and colleagues again.
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First line of defence against Ransomware
The “Conti” ransomware which targeted Ireland’s Health Department last week, is thought to be the same used in yesterday’s Waikato District Health Board. People often represent the weakest link in the security chain and are chronically responsible for the failure of security systems. A study by Trend Micro concluded that email is the number one threat vector, there is no exception, even with a global pandemic.
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Apple Ransomware Attack
A Taiwanese manufacturer, Quanta Computer, which supplies Apple Inc with hardware used in some their devices, stated that on 21 April 2021 it had suffered a ransomware attack by the REvil ransomware group. A staggering ransom, set at $50 million (USD), was demanded to be paid in order to prevent leaking sensitive files of Apple’s new technology on the Dark Web.
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