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In case you missed it, Exchange 2016 hit GA!

I have to apologize, because I couldn’t have timed my eight week vacation in a hermetic monastery any worse. While I was gone, Exchange 2016 released to General Availability!

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No more Chrome support for Windows XP, Vista and older OS X versions

Google announced the end of Chrome’s support for Windows XP, as well as Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.

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LinkedIn, or ReeledIn? Fake recruiters phishing job seekers

LinkedIn is a great self-marketing tool, but it can also be used for more sinister motives. Here are some tips to help you protect yourself from being a victim, or being used to hunt other targets.

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Monday tech roundup – Monster Windows 10 update rolled out

Last week, a Google self-driving car was pulled over for going too slow, Microsoft rolled our it’s first monster Windows 10 update and expired Apple certificates caused Mac user anger

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Is Facebook dangerous? Yes, but it also has a positive side

I love Facebook – but I don’t trust it. Yes I am aware of all those studies saying that for a happier life you should give up Facebook, but I personally love knowing what friends and family are up to.

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Best practices for virtualizing Exchange – part three: IaaS

Whether virtualization is done on-premises, or in the cloud, reducing physical machine counts in favour of increasing virtual machine counts is a trend that continues to grow. Today we talk about IaaS.

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November 2015 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

This month we’re looking at an even dozen security updates from the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) – a fairly heavy patching load but not a back-breaking one.

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Monday Tech News – Toyota makes $1 billion bet on automotive AI

Last week we learnt that Toyota is pumping a considerable amount of money into automotive AI, Windows 10 might be facing a tech support pushback and solar flares can be a real threat to major networks.

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