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Follow-up: Patch Problems are no April Fool’s Joke

Oops – they did it again: Some of the updates that were issued earlier this week in Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday batch are causing problems for some users.

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Seven ways to get rid of crapware and bloatware

The software you meant to install wasn’t flying solo. It had passengers, and one of those NEXTs you clicked installed something you really don’t want. Now what?

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April 2015 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

April’s Patch Tuesday is a little lighter, but not what you can call a real break: we still have 11 patches to deal with.

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Who’s being naughty at work today?

Apart from the obvious issue of time wasting, watching porn at work may also open up the employee’s work network to malware infections.

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Monday Tech Roundup – Apple Watch, pay to YouTube and PC resilience

Another week, another Monday Tech Roundup, and once again Apple made headlines with the Apple Watch.

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IT insiders: The data breach you never expected

IT is at the forefront of protecting company data and is on guard against threats from the outside and in, but what happens when the threat is IT itself?

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The brave new world of IoT

With wearable tech becoming more appealing and the US being hailed as ‘a smartphone nation,’ it’s only safe to conclude that IoT is here to stay.

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Mobile payments raise the age-old question: Convenience or security?

Why would anyone want to tie their credit card or bank account details to a device that can easily go missing, or save it with a company that might get hacked?

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WebInsights – A new age of web-activity monitoring

On March 26, GFI released a new version of GFI WebMonitor. What is interesting about this release is that it comes equipped with a new feature – WebInsights

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Monday Tech Roundup – Google; the good, the bad and the tiny

In this week’s tech round up we talk about a remarkable gadget known as Chromebit, follow up with Android security, and end with a little Easter Egg from the United States Congress

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