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Global Ransomware Attacks – Why they were successful. 

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Last week’s attacks have made global news. Though while the attacks have been alarming, what is more interesting to us as an I.T. company is the number of aged networks still currently out there that really should have been updated. Users and Businesses replace Vehicles, Phones, Payment Cards on a regular basis so why not.
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But it’s not Junk Mail!

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How often have you missed a genuine email because it’s been caught up in your Junk Mail? Why does a legitimate email always go to Junk Mail? Here are three very quick simple steps to stop this happening. Over the pastel blue, click the mouse and follow the instruction to “Move to Inbox”. Once you email is in.
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Windows 10 – Shortcut Keys

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So Windows 10 has been out for over a year now and still receiving mixed reviews. I guess it’s like Marmite? For me, I like it and even better when using it with a touchscreen, the two just work very well with each other. But if you don’t have the luxury of a touchscreen and.
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Microsoft Pricing update for British pound

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Microsoft is announcing British pound price changes to harmonise its prices for enterprise software and cloud services within the EU/EFTA region, effective January 1, 2017. Microsoft periodically assesses the impact of its local pricing of products and services to ensure there is reasonable alignment across the region and this change is an outcome of this.
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Microsoft – Authorised Education Partner – renewed! #AEP

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This afternoon we took our exams and renewed of Microsoft AEP (Authorised Education Partner). I’m glad to say we passed! Here’s a copy of the official statement from Microsoft.   Think4 IT Solutions Ltd becomes a Microsoft Authorised Education Partner Think4 IT Solutions Ltd earns distinction through commitment to academic customers. Heywood, Lancashire, UK —.
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Is your company a swirling mass of devices?

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Did you spot the phone that dropped between the seats on the train this morning? Or maybe the tablet left next to that half-finished cup of coffee in the restaurant? Or how about your own device that you’re pretty sure you took out while you were in the bank but now you’re not too sure.
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How Secure is Your Bring Your Own Device Program?

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There’s no doubt about it: the UK loves its mobile devices. We view more web pages on mobile devices than any other country in Europe. Nearly 1/3 of our page views are on mobile phones of tablets. In Italy that number falls to about 10 %, and in France it’s just over 7%. Mobile device.
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New technology for a start-up business

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We’re looking for a new /start-up business that needs a little computer support/advice/help. In stead of those nasty costs to get a business up and running; buying servers, domain names, desktops, laptops, anti-virus security, etc.. We have a new monthly subscription service (pay as you use) and looking to help support a new business to.
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