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Friday May 3, 2019. 10:04 AM
The censorial Great Firewall of China is famed throughout the world for the restrictions it places on Chinese citizens. Internet users play a game of cat and mouse, seeking tools and methods for slipping through the censoring and spying that the government enforces. But it...
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YouTube CBO Robert Kyncl has confirmed that all of the company's Originals content will be made available free of charge. Currently locked behind a paywall, Originals will become free and ad-supported. At the moment, it is not clear exactly when the change will happen, but...
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Dell has been manufacturing excellent value-focused computers for years. Back in the day I was a computer salesman at a now-defunct brick and mortar CompUSA. People would often walk into the store, look at what we charge, ask if we could match Dell's price for a similarly...
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Thursday May 2, 2019. 09:01 PM
While data backup and storage probably aren’t the first things that come to mind when looking at your IT strategy for 2019, business owners should understand that they are part of your technology foundation and could be key to your success this year. Storage, for example,...
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Privileged access management (PAM) delivers the greatest benefits when it is implemented as a mission rather than to satisfy a limited, one-time mandate. Achieving more complete and proactive protection for privileged accounts requires an ongoing program to add more...
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Need a TV? You should definitely buy a 4K model. Even if you don't have any UHD content now, it makes sense to 'future-proof' at this point as pricing has gotten quite low. If you are adverse to spending money, I have good news -- Roku is giving away a 55-inch 4K...
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As Mozilla continues to try to make it safer than ever to use Firefox, the organization has updated its Add-on Policy so that any updates that include obfuscated code are explicitly banned. Mozilla has also set out in plain terms its blocking process for add-ons and...
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People have been predicting the death of the password for some time, but it's still the case that most online accounts rely on them, even if supplemented by another feature like 2FA. A new report from Avira to coincide with World Password Day shows that so far in 2019, there ...
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Social media phishing, primarily on Facebook and Instagram, has seen a 74.7 percent increase in the first quarter of 2019. A new report on the current phishing landscape from predictive email defense company Vade Secure also shows that Microsoft has retained its spot as the...
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A new report from endpoint management specialist 1E reveals 77 percent of IT decision makers polled believe that they are not well prepared to react to a serious data breach and 60 percent have experienced a security breach in the past two years. The study conducted by...
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To mark today's World Password Day, access and identity management company OneLogin has released a report that shows IT professionals at US companies waste 2.5 months a year resetting internal passwords. It also finds that almost half of US businesses (44 percent) take up to ...
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President Putin has signed into law a bill that will give Russia a 'sovereign internet' -- one which could be disconnected from the global web if the Kremlin decided to do so. It is being sold as a way to 'ensure the safe and sustainable functioning' of Russia's internet...
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Patriot is a company that makes many flash memory products, such as USB flash drives, solid state drives, and storage cards to name a few. System builders are probably most familiar with its RAM products, however. Along with companies like Corsair, Kingston, and G.SKILL,...
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Wednesday May 1, 2019. 08:21 PM
Windows 10 19H1 -- the May 2019 Update -- is currently undergoing additional testing in the Release Preview ring to try and solve a number of upgrade blocks, including one which prevents the update from installing if you have a USB drive or SD card plugged in. Microsoft is...
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Steven Sinofsky was a senior executive at Microsoft who is perhaps best known for presiding over the creation of Windows 8 and RT. However, he also had a key role in the development of Microsoft Office back in the 1990s. This was a time when users feared to attempt to write...
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Google has announced that it is giving users greater control over how long the company holds on to location history and activity data. A new time-limiting feature makes it possible to have information such as account activity and location data automatically deleted after a...
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We’ve given up on people reading through instructions supplied with their order. You can write important points in bold and people still ignore what’s supplied. Rather than replying to everyone individually, we’ve found it easier simply record a live demonstration of...
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It took a very long time for Windows 10 to finally overtake Windows 7, but the new OS finally achieved that feat four months ago, according to figures from NetMarketShare. In March, Windows 10 made large share gains, while Windows 7 declined significantly, and that is a...
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Artificial Intelligence Operations (AIOps) tools are delivering value through proactive IT operations and improved hybrid infrastructure resilience in 87 percent of implementations, according to a new report. The study from OpsRamp reveals the three biggest benefits of AIOps ...
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After the disaster that was the buggy October 2018 Update, which most Windows 10 users have avoided like the plague, Microsoft has taken the wise step of introducing additional testing. The next big feature update is expected to roll out to all by the end of May, but for the ...
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