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Windows 8.1 – Microsoft’s minor U-Turn

Windows 8.1 – Microsoft’s minor U-Turn

For those of you running Windows 8, there is a new update from Microsoft which is called Windows 8.1. At the moment, it’s still in ‘Preview’ status, which means that if you’re not prepared to re-load your computer should something…

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Why Cameron’s adult block is a really bad idea

Why Cameron’s adult block is a really bad idea

On the face of it, David Cameron’s announcement today about an adult content filter that households have to opt out of seems like a good idea. But beneath the surface, does something darker lie behind the plans?

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Better than broadband…

Better than broadband…

Many small businesses want to improve their connectivity speeds, but can’t justify the expense of full blown leased line connections. We investigate a few options that are better than ADSL broadband, but won’t break the bank.

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Keep your secrets a secret

Keep your secrets a secret

In the wake of the Ed Snowden ‘PRISM’ disclosure the news agenda is once again focused on privacy and security, which is never a bad thing to be talking about. Worrying about your online privacy is one thing, but before you…

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Time to update?

Time to update?

April 2014 is a crucial month for you if you’re running older IT equipment. It’s the month when Microsoft officially stop supporting Windows XP and Windows Small Business Server 2003. What does this mean for your business, and what should…

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It’s good to have space

It’s good to have space

Free space on your computer’s hard disk is a good thing. Apart from the obvious benefit of having room to store more stuff, there are some other benefits that you may not be aware of!

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