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Monday Tech News – MacBooks more reliable than PCs

Last week we discovered news about Mac laptops being more reliable than their PC brethren, Windows 10 seems to be losing popularity and Elon Musk puts his money when his mouth is.

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ICYMI: The Exchange month in review, November 2015

At the beginning of each month, we will run down a list with links to some of the most significant posts, KB articles, and more, all related to Exchange. November 2015 is our debut month.

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December 2015 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Microsoft might not send you any calling birds or geese a-laying this month (thank goodness) but the company has gifted us with the ‘Twelve Patches of Christmas.’

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Should you have reservations about making reservations?

As more and more restaurants start to go online themselves, or join popular services like OpenTable or Booking.com customers will become more and more familiar with online booking systems.

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Monday Tech News – Facebook takes ISIS heat

Last week we saw a petition calling for Facebook to change their approach to terrorist posts, learnt of yet another type of ransomware and discovered a new way to make your existing watch smarter.

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What admins need to know about Outlook 2016

The Exchange Team at Microsoft recently posted a very good article that goes into some detail about the latest release of the Outlook client for Windows. Here are its highlights.

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Hack Hall of Shame – November 2015

November seems to have been the month of DDoS attacks. Targets included several email providers such as HushMail, VPEmail and Protonmail but also attacks against the Tor Network.

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Monday Tech News – Sensor sniffs out the bad stuff

Last week we discovered a cool piece of tech called Atmotube, we debated whether Office 365 is slightly expensive and learned about Microsoft’s new ‘weed out the bad apps’ software.

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