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  • Android’s underappreciated keyboard advantage

    February 4, 2021

    A moment of gratitude for a quietly important area where Android excels — and where it absolutely trounces that other smartphone operating system. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’ve been thinking an awful lot about Android keyboards this week. I’d even go as far as to say they’ve been dominating my brainwaves for the past several days....

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  • The first Patch Tuesday of ’21; time to delay updates

    January 13, 2021

    Though most users should be ok with the latest round of patches from Microsoft, it’s still prudent to delay installing them for a bit to make sure there are no problems. It’s Patch Tuesday time — that exciting second Tuesday of each month when we turn towards Redmond, WA, hoping for quality updates — and my advice is to...

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  • The patching conundrum: When is good enough good enough?

    December 28, 2020

    Patches and updates are designed to fix problems, not cause them. But sometimes a few users still get bitten. When that happens, what do you do — avoid, delay or dive in anyway? As Günter Born recently reported at Born’s Tech and Windows World, KB4592438 has a bug that triggers a blue screen of death when you run the...

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  • The 6 technology trends affecting the security sector in 2021

    December 22, 2020

    It’s useful when looking forward to first look backward: hindsight has a wonderful way of providing context for future-gazing activity. And when looking back over the past year, one insight could understandably be that attempting to predict the future is a futile activity! While the COVID-19 pandemic had taken hold in Asia before the end of 2019, few would...

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  • UK government ploughs £3m into 5G test facility

    December 3, 2020

    Harwell Campus 5G research facility gets financial boost to assist development of advanced communications for terrestrial and satellite-based broadband networks The engineering hub, due for completion in 2021, will be built by IT and business consultancy CGI at the Harwell Campus in Oxfordshire and is being backed by more than £3m in government investment It is intended to provide...

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  • How One Man is Trying to Change Education Technology for the Better During a Pandemic

    December 1, 2020

    The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up some problems and issues with our education system that we might have been happy to set aside up until this point. A key part of the issue was that many pupils had to work from home. Moving forward, many schools are open, but the uncertainty means that schools need to put a...

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  • Understanding Zapier, the workflow automation platform for business

    November 25, 2020

    Zapier helps businesses create automated processes to help boost worker productivity and save time and money. As more and more work processes become digitized through the use of cloud applications, companies are finding it easier to automate mundane and repetitive tasks. Uploading files, creating calendar events and sending text messages to colleagues may seem trivial in isolation, but they...

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  • Use the crisis as a catalyst for innovation

    May 9, 2020

    Often, in difficult times, people demonstrate a focus on completing tasks and activities that deliver more value and really matter.

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