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Good reasons to use a proxy server

Jul 03 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

A proxy server – is a computer on the internet which acts as a middle-man between your computer and the website or service you’re using.

A third of UK businesses found transition to remote working difficult

Jun 03 2020 Tech News Peter Flynn

YouGov research, commissioned by SAP Concur, has found that a third (32%) of UK SMBs and enterprises found transitioning to remote working difficult.

Security procurement framework goes live for NHS and public sector

Jun 02 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

NHS organisations and other public sector bodies, including emergency services, local authorities and schools, will be able to access cyber security services.

Acer ET241Y UK Review: An ideal second monitor

May 19 2020 Office Tech Carl Bryant

The Acer ET241Y is a bargain-basement monitor that, in many ways, is typical of the genre.

UK government investing £70m in quantum technology

Jun 15 2020 Tech News Site Admin

The government has announced it is injecting £70m of funding to support quantum technology, in a bid to make the UK a quantum leader.

The top 10 richest people in the UK

May 18 2020 Business Peter Flynn

Sir James Dyson is the wealthiest person in Britain, according to the Sunday Times Rich List 2020.

Apple Patches A Host of Vulnerabilities in macOS Catalina

May 27 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Apple this week released security updates to address over forty vulnerabilities impacting macOS and Safari.

Top compliance worries for UK business

May 30 2020 Business Peter Flynn

Although businesses have much to deal with at the moment, compliance is still hugely important.

Firms confident of re-starting, BCC survey shows

May 14 2020 Business Peter Flynn

Most firms can restart their business with up to three weeks’ notice and are confident of implementing social distancing measures or remote working, new BCC research suggests.

A million more people invested in Crypto in the UK

Jun 30 2020 Tech News Paul Anderson

1.9 million of the UK public currently hold cryptocurrencies, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) estimated, citing their newest survey.

NHS email service fooled users in phishing attack

Jun 12 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

NHS Digital is contacting users of its NHSmail email system after a small number of mailboxes were compromised in a generic phishing attack and sent malicious emails out to external recipients over the last weekend of in May 2020.

IPVanish Review: Ticks the right boxes

May 14 2020 Office Tech Site Admin

IPVanish is a top-tier VPN, which means all its servers are fully owned and managed by the company and not rented from third parties.

Apple hardens security in macOS Catalina

Jun 12 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Apple added new security-related features to iOS 13, and the company is not missing out on the opportunity to do the same for its desktop operating system as well.

NCSC catch a million phish

Jun 25 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

The National Cyber Security Centre has received the millionth submission to its Suspicious Email Reporting Service.

Cybersecurity in the shortsighted UK gig economy

Jun 12 2020 IT Security Sam Billings

The ‘gig’ economy encompasses the increasing economic trend for professionals to take on a series of temporary work positions.

Should You Buy Or Rent Office Space For Your UK Business?

May 28 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

If your business is expanding, you’ll need to consider whether you want to own or lease office space.

Police chiefs and Public Health England working together on contact-tracing security

Jun 05 2020 IT Security Karen Turner

The National Police Chiefs’ Council is in talks with Public Health England over concerns that the NHS Test and Trace programme presents a danger to the personal security of serving police officers.

Windows 10 Search is now recommending users to launch Edge

Jun 03 2020 Tech News Sam Billings

In 2018, Microsoft abandoned its own homegrown ‘EdgeHTML’ to adopt Chromium for the new Edge browser, which was released to consumers on 15th January.

Is your boss spying on you whilst you are homeworking?

Jun 10 2020 Tech News Sam Billings

The recent worldwide move to working from home has caused concern amongst employers.

Nespresso CitiZ Review: Stylish and easy

Jun 08 2020 Office Tech Guest Contributor: Helen Coyle - Tech Reviewer

There are a vast number of Nespresso coffee machines on the market. The Nespresso CitiZ stands somewhere in the middle.

NordVPN Review: A complete VPN

May 15 2020 Tech Reviews Carl Bryant

NordVPN is a VPN service provider hailing from Panama and is currently one of the best VPN providers on the market. It has a multitude of servers - over 5,550 units in 60 countries, making it one of the largest in this sense.

Public Health England to keep contact-tracing data for 20 years

May 27 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

Public Health England (PHE) will retain the personal data of British citizens gathered through the NHS’s Covid-19 coronavirus Test and Trace programme until the year 2040, it has emerged.

UK Government's Covid-19 loan scheme approves over £31bn in lending to firms

Jun 02 2020 Business Peter Flynn

A flagship UK Government Covid-19 support scheme has seen lenders approve more than £31bn in loans.

Nespresso Vertuo Next Review: Makes quick, tasty coffee

Jun 05 2020 Office Tech Carl Bryant

The Vertuo Next has a freshly-refined design partly made from recycled plastics, the Next promises to deliver everything from your morning cup of espresso to your afternoon mug of lungo.

Apple devices to get encrypted DNS

Jun 27 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Apple this year will boldly go where its peers have gone before by implementing support for encrypted DNS in iOS and macOS.

UK Government's digital push to reignite housing market

May 14 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

The UK government plans to make more intensive use of digital tools to support the housing market as part of a plan to get the economy moving.

How your colleagues judge you whilst video conferencing: Study

May 21 2020 Business Karen Turner

A new nationwide study produced by Eskenzi PR, a Queen’s award-winning Tech PR agency and carried out by OnePoll, examined how video conferencing has changed workers’ perception of their colleagues.

Using smart tech to reduce your business energy bills

Jun 09 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

There is little prospect of business gas suppliers and business energy suppliers cutting prices anytime soon.

UK virus apps highlights tension between privacy and need for data

May 28 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

As more UK and European governments turn to tracing apps in the fight against the coronavirus, a deep-rooted tension between the need for public health information and privacy rights has been thrust into the spotlight.

Windscribe VPN Review: A premium VPN

May 18 2020 Office Tech Carl Bryant

Windscribe is a relatively new Canadian VPN platform that offers its services under a free and a premium version.

ExpressVPN 2020 Review: One of the best

May 20 2020 Office Tech Carl Bryant

ExpressVPN is a provider of virtual private network (VPN) services that operates in the privacy haven - the British Virgin Islands.

Self-employed targeted by hackers with HMRC SMS phishing scam

Jun 09 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Cyber criminals have launched a new phishing scam designed to steal personal and financial details of millions of self-employed workers using the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme during the Covid-19 outbreak.

UK businesses cyber attack responses need to be better

May 27 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

UK’s cyber security defences are a bit of a hit and miss affair at the moment.

The UK looks to healthtech startups during the pandemic

May 29 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

The UK’s healthtech sector has rallied its world-class talent and skills to help in the fight against coronavirus, as startups work side by side with big tech companies to provide new services and technology.

Cyber UK as we start to open up

Jul 02 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

A pair of cyber-security speakers at a webinar yesterday discussed the Covid-19 pandemic ‘isolation economy’.

Ways YouTube views can rapidly promote your channel

May 14 2020 Business Peter Flynn

YouTube is a hugely popular social media platform, with an enormous number of users visit this social network every day.

Over half of Brits sent work emails to wrong recipients: Survey finds

Jun 16 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

A survey from Egress has revealed that more than two-thirds of Brits have been sending work emails containing sensitive data to the wrong recipient and many of them are not reporting such incidents to their organisations.

Microsoft announces major issue in Windows 10 June 2020 updates

Jun 13 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

On 9th June, 2020, Microsoft released cumulative updates for supported versions of Windows 10 including version 2004, version 1909 and version 1903.

Adapting business trips to the new normal

Jun 24 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

COVID-19 has changed the world almost overnight, so business travellers need to adapt.

How Teams and MS Office 365 connect NHS staff during the lockdown

Jun 06 2020 Tech News Peter Flynn

The NHS’s Arden and Greater East Midlands (AGEM) Commissioning Support Unit has started using Microsoft Office 365, and has made use of Microsoft Teams during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Vodafone gives UK SMEs six months free broadband because of Covid 19 crisis

Jun 02 2020 Telecoms Peter Flynn

Vodafone UK has today launched a broadband rescue package for the UK’s community of more than five million small businesses to help them get through the Covid-19 crisis and return to work.

Windows 10 Home, Pro and S Differences

May 25 2020 Tech News Paul Anderson

There are many factors worth considering when buying a new PC or laptop, with one of the key ones being software.

Ransomware attack compensation: What UK consumers think

Jun 08 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

UK consumers believes businesses should stand their ground having suffered a ransomware attack and refuse to negotiate with cybercriminals.

Growing number of UK business PCs are vulnerable

Jul 04 2020 IT Security Peter Flynn

A increasing number of business PCs are at risk of malware infections, according to a new report from cybersecurity firm Avast.

Windows 10 version 2004: 32-bit versions not on new PCs anymore

May 13 2020 Tech News Paul Anderson

Microsoft plans to release the new feature update for the company's Windows 10 operating system, Windows 10 version 2004, in May 2020.

Common types of cyber-attacks and how to avoid them

Jun 02 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

With cyber-attacks on the rise, businesses are constantly worried about losing vital data and the threat is very real.

AVG Secure VPN Review: A solid VPN

May 13 2020 Office Tech Carl Bryant

AVG Secure VPN operates servers from 58 locations around the world, though some of these are virtual locations and actually based elsewhere, and while it has a good presence in Europe, Asia Pacific and North America

The value of data security

Jun 01 2020 IT Security Paul Anderson

Research shows that almost half of businesses have reported cyber security breaches or attacks in the last year.

Cloud cyber-attacks increase: Report states

May 28 2020 Tech News Paul Anderson

There’s a correlation between more use of cloud services and collaboration tools, such as Cisco WebEx, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Slack during the pandemic, and an increase in cyber-attacks targeting the cloud.

Victoria's Secret UK goes into administration

Jun 05 2020 Tech News Karen Turner

Upmarket lingerie firm Victoria's Secret UK on Friday appointed Deloitte as administrator in a 'light touch' administration.

To VPN or not to VPN for UK business users

May 20 2020 Tech News Paul Anderson

It’s a question many organisations are asking as they work to provide secure and reliable remote access at scale.

iOttie Wireless Car Charger Review: A must have for business trips

Jun 09 2020 Mobile Tech Guest Contributor: Helen Coyle - Tech Reviewer

I’ve been on the search for the perfect car mount for my iPhone for years. I’ve tried multiple options, and I’ve finally found my favourite one.

Are VoIP VPNs Worth It?

May 19 2020 IT Security Sam Billings

VoIP is a godsend – it lets you keep in touch with anyone you want no matter where you are in the world.

Epson WorkForce WF-110W Review: Printing on-the-go

May 12 2020 Mobile Tech Carl Bryant

Epson’s WorkForce WF-110W is a truly portable colour inkjet printer. It’s aimed solely at people who need to print on-the-go, when they are out of the office.

UK government readying a bill to protect tech firms from foreign takeovers

Jun 01 2020 Tech News Peter Flynn

The UK Government is preparing a new bill that, if passed, will make it more difficult for foreign investors to grab the country's technology startups - a move likely aimed primarily at Chinese investors.

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