Software

Criminals target Discord to spread malware
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live chat

Criminals target Discord to spread malware

Gamers have credentials and financial info stolen from them in a new campaign
26 Jul 2021
Faulty Windows 10 update breaks printing with smart cards
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vulnerability

Faulty Windows 10 update breaks printing with smart cards

Microsoft’s 2021 printing woes continue after several vulnerabilities were found in the Print Spooler component
26 Jul 2021
Mitre reveals the most dangerous software vulnerabilities
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Software

Mitre reveals the most dangerous software vulnerabilities

The list was published to create analytical rigor “instead of subjective surveys and opinions”
23 Jul 2021
What is Robotic Process Automation?
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automation

What is Robotic Process Automation?

How does RPA work, how is it used, and what are the pros and cons?
23 Jul 2021
Google coding typo effectively bricks Chrome OS devices
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operating systems

Google coding typo effectively bricks Chrome OS devices

A hastily released update prevented users from logging into their machines
23 Jul 2021
Amazon releases trove of Alexa tools to address developer apathy
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voice assistant

Amazon releases trove of Alexa tools to address developer apathy

The company is hoping to find new ways to help users discover skills with the voice assistant
22 Jul 2021
Security researchers uncover more Print Spooler vulnerabilities
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vulnerability

Security researchers uncover more Print Spooler vulnerabilities

Microsoft advises customers to disable the component entirely to prevent attacks following the PrintNightmare debacle
19 Jul 2021
Does your business need a digital twin?
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digital transformation

Does your business need a digital twin?

Developing a digital twin for your business could open a new era in connectivity, profitability and ensures your company is post-COVID ready
16 Jul 2021
1Password Business review: First choice for business travel and guest accounts
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Security

1Password Business review: First choice for business travel and guest accounts

1Password provides a great user experience, but its entry level tier in particular lacks some surprising features
16 Jul 2021
The IT Pro Podcast: Why digital accessibility is good for business
The IT Pro Podcast: Why digital accessibility is good for business
user experience (UX)

The IT Pro Podcast: Why digital accessibility is good for business

Making your apps disability-friendly isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s an overall benefit too
16 Jul 2021
Podcast transcript: Why digital accessibility is good for business
Podcast transcript: Why digital accessibility is good for business
user experience (UX)

Podcast transcript: Why digital accessibility is good for business

Read the full transcript for this episode of the IT Pro Podcast
16 Jul 2021
What is Kubernetes?
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enterprise applications

What is Kubernetes?

We take a look at the open source platform powering containerisation at scale
15 Jul 2021
What is m-commerce?
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Mobile

What is m-commerce?

Why it’s vital for all companies to have mobile-responsive websites
14 Jul 2021
Microsoft unveils Windows 365 ‘Cloud PC’ service
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cloud computing

Microsoft unveils Windows 365 ‘Cloud PC’ service

This is a new cloud service that streams the ‘Windows experience’ to any device on the Microsoft Cloud
14 Jul 2021
DevOps: A view from the enterprise
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Whitepaper

DevOps: A view from the enterprise

What's driving DevOps, the impact of value stream management, and more
14 Jul 2021
Microsoft makes second attempt to fix PrintNightmare flaw
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vulnerability

Microsoft makes second attempt to fix PrintNightmare flaw

The Patch Tuesday fix is included among updates for 117 separate flaws, including four vulnerabilities that are under attack
14 Jul 2021
How microservices help Perlego deliver textbook availability
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microservices

How microservices help Perlego deliver textbook availability

Matt Davis, CTO and co-founder of online academic library Perlego, reveals the secret behind his company's recent exponential growth
14 Jul 2021
Going contactless with shoppers in a post-COVID world
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Whitepaper

Going contactless with shoppers in a post-COVID world

Retail guide
13 Jul 2021
How fashion retailers are redesigning their digital future
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Whitepaper

How fashion retailers are redesigning their digital future

Fashion retail guide
13 Jul 2021
Google replaces Backup and Sync with Drive for Desktop
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file servers

Google replaces Backup and Sync with Drive for Desktop

The tech giant recommends that users transition to the new service by the end of September
13 Jul 2021
Over two-thirds of B2B sellers plan to adopt self-service tools
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e commerce

Over two-thirds of B2B sellers plan to adopt self-service tools

How B2B e-commerce has grown rapidly during the pandemic and how sellers are adapting to digital processes
12 Jul 2021
83% of developers suffer from burnout
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software development

83% of developers suffer from burnout

High workloads and inefficient processes contribute to coder exhaustion
12 Jul 2021
WhatsApp hit with EU complaint over controversial privacy update
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privacy

WhatsApp hit with EU complaint over controversial privacy update

The BEUC has accused the Facebook-owned messaging platform of breaching 'multiple' EU consumer rights with its "vague" policy prompt
12 Jul 2021