Monthly Archives: April 2020

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Part 2: everything we know so far

If you’ve finished Final Fantasy 7 Remake, you may be wondering when Part 2 of the game will be releasing. Final Fantasy 7 Remake is a re-imagining of classic ’90s JRPG Final Fantasy 7. But, rather than releasing the remake as one single title, developer Square Enix has opted to …

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This tiny touchscreen Windows laptop is surprisingly cheap

Convertible laptops tend to carry a significant premium over more traditional models. But this new laptop bucks that trend; the Nanote is set to land in Japan at only 19,800 yen (that’s about US$185/£150/AU$285). The device’s unique selling points are its 360 degree hinge and miniscule 7-inch touch screen display …

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Leadership in times of crisis: three ways to build resilience

There is no leadership manual for dealing with a once-in-a-century global health emergency—no script to guide what you should say to team members, customers, and stakeholders in your business.  Right now, everyone’s leadership skills are being tested in ways we could have barely imagined a month ago. It’s not just …

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Expanding beyond low code into automation: A Q&A with Appian

Improving efficiency allows organizations to get even more done in the same amount of time. When it comes to developing apps, low-code allows businesses to quickly build custom applications to suit their needs while Robotic Process Automation (RPA) allows businesses to automate mundane tasks so their human employees can focus …

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Your workforce is your front line defence against data breaches

Every day there is a new report of a data breach and, before the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, cyber attacks were rife with even the largest conglomerates like GE having their defences breached in the last few months. Now, as organisations are forced into the position of having to …

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Should I buy Samsung The Frame TV?

If you’re after a new Samsung TV, and don’t want to settle for a run-of-the-mill LED display, Samsung’s The Frame TV may be a set worth looking at. There are plenty of TVs out there, but sometimes you want something to really stand out from the competition. The Frame TV …

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