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Windows 10 is a free upgrade to all users using Windows 7 or 8 (and 8.1); and you have likely seen the screen to the side saying that software deployment will be deployed after July 29th.

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Control your HR

Jul 24, 2015

Category: Bookkeeping

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We all know that HR is valuable… it’s the backbone of business. BUT, it can be the most time-consuming thing in business if you let it. And missing contract expiry dates, misplacing conflict resolution documentation, and poor records can end up hurting business badly. So… short of employing a full time HR person or department – how can you take control?

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A third critical patch has been urgently pushed from Microsoft in the last 24 hours which fixes a vulnerability in Windows Desktop & Server Operating Systems that could lead to full system takeover when opening a document or even webpage with a malicious font file embedded within it.

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Earlier this month you may have heard that an Italian Surveillance Software company “Hacking Team” was… ironically… hacked with a lot of that company’s source code being leaked to the internet. The software company sells their Da Vinci surveillance software to law enforcement agencies around – essentially enabling those government agencies to hack whomever they want.

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Solid State Drives are becoming more commonplace in laptops, computers, thin clients and ever servers (We recently upgraded our range of Cloud Desktop Solutions to run on Solid State Drives for increased performance); and as they replace your old magnetic drives in the IT world, the question remains, do you need to defrag SSD’s like their magnetic cousins for hard drive health and speed? The simple answer is NO; if you do you are in fact shortening the life of the hard drive. The reason for this is one of how each of these types of drives work.

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