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Preventing zombies from taking over your email network

While Simda being taking offline is great news it is important to keep in mind that prevention is always better than cure, even when it comes to a zombie apocalypse infecting your network.

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No More Patch Tuesday?

Mention the second Tuesday of every month to any IT pro who is responsible for Windows computers, and one thing comes to mind: patches.

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Storage innovations, free internet and Cisco farewells

Our main story revolves around the changing storage landscape. We then turn our attention to Facebook’s free internet service, Cisco and Patch Tuesday.

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Windows 10 Mobile closer to reality and why Windows Phones matter

For over a decade, Microsoft has been an also-ran in the world of smartphones companies. Is this about to change with Windows 10 Mobile for Phone?

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Drugs, music, sex, romance. Parenting in an online world

With apologies to Prince, the title of this post sums up some of the biggest concerns parents have when it comes to their kids going online.

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Survey shows a rise in IT admin stress for second year running [infographic]

GFI Software today released the findings of the fourth annual IT stress survey and the results, when compared to the previous year, are somewhat worrying.

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It’s award season and GFI is collecting

In the past few days we received some awesome news about our products being recognized by independent testers and publications.

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Monday Tech Roundup – May the 4th be with Elon Musk

This week, a great innovation in batteries is just around the corner, Microsoft announces Continuum for Phones while Android has a malware crisis.

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Bad election machine gets voted down

Elections the world over can be sketchy affairs, but how bad is it when the voting systems themselves can be so easily hacked?

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Hack hall of shame: April 2015

April has seen a number of sustained attacks and some big company names (Lufthansa and Ryanair) are featuring on the list in our first instalment of the Hack Hall of Shame.

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