Tech Tip - Clearing & Organising Your Screen
If you sometimes have too many windows open and you need to clear things up and / or get back to the desktop view in Windows 10 as quickly as possible, here are a couple of tips that can help.
Microsoft Education For Dyslexics
In partnering with charity ‘Made by Dyslexia’, and in signing the Made by Dyslexia pledge, Microsoft has announced that it is the first company to sign a global pledge to help people with dyslexia.
Businesses Looking Forward to 5G
UK businesses are looking for a boost in the speed and scope of communications in the form of 5G, but how soon will having a 5G phone that delivers all the 5G benefits become a reality, and what will it take to make it happen?
New Political Ad Transparency Rules Tested With Pro-Brexit Website
No sooner had Facebook announced new rules to force political advertisers to prove their identities and their ad spend than an anonymous pro-Brexit campaign website with a massive £257,000 ad spend was discovered.
Tech Tip - Setting Print Screen Key To Screenshot On Windows 10
On Windows 10, starting with version 1809 (October 2018 Update), the 'Snip & Sketch' app has been re-purposed to become the new default for screenshots. You can, however, choose to set the Print Screen key on your keyboard to open the screen snipping tools. Here's how:
Facial Recognition For Buyers Of Alcohol & Cigarettes
A pilot scheme involving NCR, the US self check-out machine maker for Asda, Tesco and other UK supermarkets, and Yoti’s digital identity app will use an integrated camera linked to facial recognition software to help improve, simplify and speed up age approval at self check-outs.
Microsoft Co-Founder & Billionaire Philanthropist Paul Allen Dies
Microsoft’s lesser-known co-founder, Paul Allen, who left the company in 1982, has died aged 65 from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (lymphatic cancer), with news of his death bringing praise for his generosity as a philanthropist.
More Contactless Than Chip & PIN
Figures from merchant services company Worldpay Inc show that for the first time, more payments were made in UK shops using contactless than Chip and PIN over the 12 months from June 2017.
Businesses Turning To Zero-Trust Security Model
As a widening attack surface and evolving threats mean that organisations continue to breached despite a large security spend, many businesses are now turning to the 'zero-trust' security model.