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Can your employer spy on your iPhone or Android phone?

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Throwback Thursday: Let’s get an expert opinion

Was he on vacation or at a seminar on blame-shifting?

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Windows 10 1909: What's in it for enterprises?

This fall's update for Windows 10 may not include a raft of new features, but it does offer something even more important to enterprise IT: extended support that should make future upgrades easier to manage.

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How to set up Microsoft Teams for security and compliance

These are the security and compliance decisions you need to make when deploying Microsoft Teams.

Android 10 Privacy Permissions

How to take full advantage of Android 10's privacy-reclaiming powers

Attention, Android device owners: Follow these fast steps to make sure you get the full benefits from one of Android 10's most important additions.

Huawei controversies timeline

Huawei has become embroiled in a global power struggle between the US and China, and the UK is now a key battleground in the conflict - read on for our historical review of the controversies

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Heads up: A free, working exploit for BlueKeep just hit

If you haven’t yet installed the May Windows patches (yes, May), your machine just inherited a giant “Kick me” sign.

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How the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will affect you and your business | TECH(talk)

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is, in some ways, similar to Europe's GDPR. This rule, which goes into effect in 2020, gives individual users more ownership over their own data. Users can even refuse to allow companies to...

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Time to install the August Windows patches — but watch out for the bugs

We’re still smarting from a deluge of Win10 version 1903 patch bugs, but with Patch Tuesday coming, now’s a good time to get your updates updated. Most of the problems have workarounds, so if you’re cognizant and cautious, you should...

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What effect will a no-deal Brexit have on data flows between the UK and EU?

Top data protection lawyers and DPOs give their tips on how to prepare data transfers for a no-deal Brexit

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FTC fines YouTube, but do fines really encourage change? | TECH(feed)

The FTC hit yet another tech company with a seemingly massive fine for mishandling user data. This time, YouTube, owned by Google, is forced to pay $170 million for collecting data about children under 13 without parental consent. The...

iCloud.com Find My Phone service

Why Apple’s little ‘Find My’ Tile competitor is big news

One step toward Apple-developed home security systems?

The most significant data breaches

The biggest data breaches that have affected people in the UK, including Facebook's breach of 18 million UK phone numbers

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How to disable basic or legacy authentication to set up MFA in Office 365

Microsoft recommends setting up multi-factor authentication in Windows 10 for better security, but you have to disable basic or legacy authentication first.

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Microsoft Patch Alert: Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing

The August 2019 Windows patches aren’t yet complete, as of today, but they’ve been churning in convoluted circles, thanks to a bizarre beta test numbering scheme. Even at this late date, the DejaBlue vs VB/VBA quandary still hangs in...

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Hedera Hashgraph launches mainnet, hopes to compete with global business networks

Hedera is a distributed ledger that runs on a new protocol that enables higher transactional throughput than bitcoin or Ethereum and is aimed directly at business use.

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UK security budgets rise in face of human and cloud concerns

With concerns around cloud migration and human errors, security budgets increasing

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Throwback Thursday: Timing is everything

From the ‘Things could have been worse’ files.

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Microsoft removes August patch block on Win7/2008R2 systems running Norton, Symantec AV

Symantec and Microsoft have come to an agreement about Symantec/Norton AV problems with the August Win7 and Server 2008 R2 patches. The block is gone, but questions remain. Nothing has changed, so why was it blocked in the first...

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