It is that time of year when many of us begin dreaming of, or indeed preparing for, a warm weather holiday. Short, dark days and constant drizzle is enough to make anyone reach for their passport. But before you decide to leave all technology behind for a complete break from your busy, gadget-filled life, check out the tech our IT experts think may help you to have a better trip.
They may not all be new gadgets, but they are new parts of gadgets or improvements to gadgets we already know and love. They are… (drum roll) the exciting device developments that we can expect to see in 2017. Each year brings with it new iterations of hardware and software, and the launch of something totally new. This year is no different; here is a quick synopsis of what you need to know.
Brexit has huge implications for almost all parts of British life and commerce, including the technology sector. We can’t foresee exactly what a post-Brexit world will look like, but we can take a pretty decent guess at the areas that will be impacted across the UK’s tech sector. Here are our top five.
This may come as a shock. There is no such thing a catch-all security software that your IT provider can implement to keep your company safe. Instead IT support companies must rely on a range of different techniques, software, hardware and IT expertise to help ensure your business does not fall victim to one of the increasing number of cyber threats.
Many people have now upgraded to Windows 10, but few are aware of everything Windows 10 can do. And it can do a lot. Windows 10 is packed with user-friendly shortcuts and advanced functionality that has impressed even our hardest-to-impress engineers. Below we compiled a list of our favourite Windows 10 tips and tricks.
Beware of a new ransomware called CryptoJoker that encrypts your data using AES-256 encryption and then demands a ransom in bitcoins to get your files back. CryptoJoker has not been widely distributed yet, but it is a fully functional ransomware that could see greater distribution in the months to come.