Virgin Media Advises Customers To Change Default Passwords
Virgin Media has advised its 800,000 customers to change their passwords to reduce the risk of hacking after finding that many customers were still using risky default network and router passwords.
Gmail Ads Will Not Be Scanned Anymore
Google Cloud Computing Chief Diane Greene said in a blog post on Friday that Google will stop scanning Gmail content for creating personalized ads. This move, due to happen later this year, is in line with Google’s enterprise offering, G Suite.
WannaCry Came From North Korea Say Experts
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) led investigation into the origins of the WannaCry ransomware attack that crippled NHS systems last month has concluded that it came from a hacking group in North Korea.
Amazon To Revolutionise Grocery Delivery?
Amazon is entering the grocery delivery business with its bid to buy Whole Foods Market Inc. for $13.7 billion but industry insiders say that it’s going to be a long and costly process for Amazon to revolutionize grocery delivery the way they revolutionized online retailing.
Amazon’s Acquisition Of Whole Foods Disrupts US Grocery Retail Market
Amazon’s $14 billion acquisition of struggling grocery chain Whole Foods Market Inc, announced last Friday, will now see Amazon take on bricks-and-mortar grocery giants such Wal-Mart.
Government Boosts Digital/Tech Industry with £700m Fund
The government has provided a boost to the UK’s digital and technology industries in the form of £700m of funding as part of the launch of its Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
SAP Driven Change At Greggs
The baking and retail high-street chain Greggs is reported to have undergone a £25m change programme for its 1,500 outlets, using a range of SAP software to simplify and better integrate its business processes, and make it more competitive in the lucrative ‘food-to-go’ market.
Tech Tip : Using The Windows 10 Laptop Or Tablet 'Battery Saver'
If you’d like to get the most out of every battery charge, Windows 10 has a ‘Battery Saver’ feature for your laptop or tablet. This disables unnecessary background functions such as live tile updates and email and calendar syncing, and it can also auto-dim your screen brightness.
Most UK People Trust AI Says Research
New research from US CRM and strategic applications company Pegasystems has found that 60% of UK people would use more Artificial Intelligence (AI) if it saved them time and money.