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Hey Tumblr, WTH Were You Thinking?

Bad guys try their level-best to impersonate legitimate services, so the last thing we need is a legitimate service impersonating the bad guys, but that is EXACTLY what Tumblr did.

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October 2015 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

I’m happy to report a change in the trend seen in the past several months, which saw us dealing with a dozen or more updates each time. October’s Patch Tuesday brings us only six updates.

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10 Things You Need To Know to Master Windows 10

To help you get a jump-start on Windows 10, here’s a list of the 10 things you need to know to master the new OS.

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Monday Tech Roundup – From news of Dell going for EMC to reports of Firefox dropping plug-ins

Last week we learnt of the possible takeover of EMC by Dell and also heard how Firefox will be ditching plugins from their browser by 2016. Read more in our Monday Tech Roundup.

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Where has all the bandwidth gone?

Once upon a time, life was good in the garden of LTE and bandwidth flowed free. Then one day, a dark cloud appeared on the horizon. As it got nearer, we recognized its face: Bandwidth Caps.

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Best practices for virtualizing Exchange – Part 1: VMware

When you consider how many Exchange servers a company needs to have, and how critical it is for them to be highly available and fault tolerant, virtualizing them just makes sense.

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The case for better, stronger, two factor authentication

More and more websites, especially those run by large banks, are requiring two-factor authentication (2FA). Other websites such as Twitter are also offering an opt-in 2FA.

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It’s time to talk about the bits and the bytes

Have you had “the talk” with your kids yet? No, not that talk. I mean the “digital talk.” It’s not about the birds and the bees in our digital world, it’s about the bits and the bytes.

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