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Windows 10 release: 10 things you need to know

To help you get ready for the big day, which by the way is July 29, we wanted to prepare a little list of the top 10 things you should know about Windows 10.

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Hack Hall of shame – June 2015

June has been a constant stream of news about hacks, attacks and discovered vulnerabilities. By mid-June there were enough stories to fill up our top ten.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – June 2015

In keeping with the vacation mentality, this month has been a relatively slow one for patches from most vendors.

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Robot power, the Magna Carta reinvented, and a healthy Google watch

After all the doom and gloom and Matrix scenarios of AI taking over the world, finally someone came up with a different, less dystopic, view of the future

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The Next SaaS – Security as a Service

With all the media coverage lately on data theft, credit card theft, and identity theft, every company knows that they need it, and suspects that they lack it.

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Big bosses paying more attention to security

IT and top execs feel terrible when security is breached, but they are starting to feel even worse now that boards of directors are getting serious about security.

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Hail mail or fail mail? [Infographic]

Today, GFI Software published the results of its third annual email survey giving a glimpse into the unpredictable world of work emails.

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Good, fast or cheap – the developer’s dilemma

You can have it good, you can have it fast, or you can have it cheap. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to have two out of three – but you can’t have them all.

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Insecure smartphones, web crawl, and Windows 10 push out

We start off this week with news of an unfortunate hack involving the SwiftKeyboard on Android phones. Also this week, Box announcements and BBC’s iPlayer crossing into the future.

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15 signs you’ve been hacked

You never want to write off slowness as “one of those things”. Chances are, it’s not. It’s a hack. So how can you discover if you have, in fact, been hacked?

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