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This week in tech: 7-11 October 2019.

We barely have time to let the dust settle before another tech story hits the headlines. For busy professionals, the pace makes it easy for stories to get missed. We’ve got your back, so have rounded up some of the top tech stories from the past couple of weeks.

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Cloud CCTV: Affordable security for all.

Did you know only 14 arrests are made for every 100 burglaries?

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Windows 7 End of Life: All you need to know.

Those that follow this blog will be aware we wrote about Windows 7 End of Life back in January. At the time that may have seemed like a life time away. It isn't any more.

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In case you missed it: The latest on cyber security.

In a society driven by technology, cyber security is dominating the headlines more than ever, and the past week was no exception. From high profile data breaches to cities being held by ransomware, there is always a story in the cyber security world.  

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The Worst Data Breaches Of All Time

In the digital era, our online information is more vulnerable than ever. Data breaches are happening daily, and whilst some are minor and go unnoticed, others are so major they can put a whole company at risk. In January 2019 alone, exactly, 1,769,185,063 user records were leaked!

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Remote Working: The Complete Toolkit

In a survey of 1,000 hiring managers, 55% agree that remote work among full-time employees is more common now, and say they expect up to 38% of their full-time workers will be working remotely in the next decade. With this in mind, it is obvious that remote working is already here, and it’s here to stay.

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8 Email Security Tips You NEED to know.

In 2015, the number of emails sent and received per day was over 205 billion. By comparison, WhatsApp handles a meagre 65 billion message per day.

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Why You Need Onsite AND Offsite Backup

Did you know 93% of businesses will file for bankruptcy before the end of the year after a serious data loss event, and yet 80% of all companies responded that they were confident they would survive a major data loss event themselves?

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How to make a password that doesn't SUCK.

Passwords are required for nearly everything in the digital world we live in. For our phones, computers, websites, accounts and much more. 

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5 Ways To Prepare Your Staff For A Cyber Attack

A new report by BSI's Cybersecurity and Information Resilience division stated that 73% of organisations are worried about security. However, one in six have no plan in place, and a third conduct no type of security testing. We hear about cyber-attacks almost every day in the news. With the rate of cybercrime increasing, businesses are now asking the question of ‘WHEN’ not ‘IF’ a cyber-attack will occur.

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