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Final review of Computex 2019 – What Microsoft revealed in their announcement

Computex 2019 closed its doors on Saturday and, during our latest roundup, Microsoft had yet to make any big announcements. Well, although relatively low-key when it comes to introducing new [...]

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What we’ve learned from Computex 2019 so far – The world’s biggest computer show

Computex is the world’s biggest computer show bringing us updates and announcements around the future of computing every year. This year’s Computex is currently in full swing in Taipei, Taiwan, [...]

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Data security threats to mobile users

Mobile usage is now virtually ubiquitous. It is estimated that around 96% of adults own a mobile phone. (source: Statista) Many employees are accessing corporate data from smartphones, and this [...]

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Why are SCS Technology Solutions a Gold partner of WatchGuard?

WatchGuard have just been named security company of the year. That’s not only great news for SCS Technology Solutions, but it’s great news for our customers too. WatchGuard came up big in the [...]

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IT Outage costs TSB £330m, can you afford IT downtime?

Last April, high-street bank TSB suffered an IT disaster. Now, nine months later, they are still having to handle customer complaints. How did the outage happen? The IT outage happened when the [...]

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LinkedIn – Why you can expect the professional network to be a regular feature in the Office Suite

Microsoft plan to integrate LinkedIn more tightly with Office, particularly into its Office apps. This includes popular programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. LinkedIn might not be [...]

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What do big technology companies do with your data?

Data has been a very hot topic lately, particularly since the introduction of GDPR this May. Yet it is still surprising for technology users to discover exactly what large companies do with their [...]

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Cyber security salaries are said to rise by 7% in 2018

According to a recent survey, salaries for cyber security specialists are said to rise at an average of 7% in 2018, making it one of the highest salary increases for IT-based roles. Other IT and [...]

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Are you aware of the NIS Directive EU legislation coming in to effect in May 2018?

You may have heard about the GDPR, especially if you read our last blog. But there is another EU legislation coming in to effect in May this year, that appears to have fallen under the radar. The [...]

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Facial recognition technology to be used in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

We’re constantly using technology as a way to make tasks easier and speed things up, and that’s exactly what the organisers of the Tokyo Olympics intend to do. Facial recognition technology will [...]

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