Daily Archives: March 13, 2019

Best website builder for musicians in 2019

Best musicians’ website builders A host of different services will now let you put a website online, quickly and easily, no coding skills required – but if you’re looking for something to show off your talents as a musician then you need a more specific set of features. Primarily, a …

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Best graphic design software of 2019

Best graphic design software Welcome to our pick of the best graphic design software of 2019. In this guide you’ll find the best software that will help you complete your graphic design work. Although a lot of the software in this list is currently 2018 versions, it doesn’t mean they …

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Join the tag team – how to optimise tagging policies for the cloud

Think of the cloud as a serviced apartment: your business’s fully-managed home on the internet. While the cloud provider is responsible for everything from the underlying architecture to physical security, accessibility and maintenance, the tenant is responsible for their own possessions – in this case, the applications and the data …

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The best Fitbit Charge 3 bands and accessories

The Fitbit Charge 3 is one of the company’s more premium fitness trackers, but if you’ve still got money to spare there are plenty of bands and accessories to augment it with. Not all of them are any good though, which is why we’ve created this guide, highlighting some of …

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Best DDoS protection of 2019

In October 2016 DNS provider Dyn was hit by a major DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack by an army of IoT devices which had been hacked specially for the purpose. Over 14,000 domains using Dyn’s services were overwhlemed and became unreachable including big names like Amazon, HBO, and PayPal.  …

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1 in 10 UK businesses are at risk from cyber threats

One in every nine business PCs worldwide is at risk of infection from malware at any time according to new research from Avast. The firm utilized its own threat detection and intelligence data from August to September 3018 to compile its Avast Global PC Risk Report 2019 which compared the …

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Pixelbook begone? Google reportedly reduces in-house computer production

Google’s computer-focused hardware efforts may not be panning out for the company like its smartphone business has, as Business Insider reports it has asked staff on those projects to temporarily find other work within the company. Anonymous sources have told Business Insider that Google has made these requests to dozens …

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Half of UK firms hit by phishing

In the last two years, almost half (45%) of UK organizations have been compromised by phishing attacks according to new research from Sophos. The firm surveyed 906 IT directors in Western Europe to reveal that larger businesses are most likely to have been compromised by phishing attacks despite the fact …

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