UK Rejects Huawei Equipment For 5G Infrastructure

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The UK government has gone back on its original decision to use some Huawei equipment in non-core parts of the UK’s 5G network and has opted to remove all Huawei kit by 2027. The Waiting Is Over For the last couple of weeks, Huawei, China and the U.S. have been awaiting the UK governments decision, […]

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Tech Tip – Slide To Shutdown

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If you’d like to create a fast, easy, and decorative way to shut down your Windows 10 PC, creating a ‘slide to shutdown’ shortcut allows you to simply pull down an on-screen picture blind to turn off your PC.  Here’s how to set it up: – Desktop, right-click, select shortcut. – In the Type the […]

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Heartbleed – What Is It and What Should You Do?

Chances are you’ve been made aware of the threat posed by a rather troublesome online bug titled “Heartbleed”. Before you start rushing frantically about the office wondering if you need to sort out your antivirus settings or possibly even protect your bank account details, here’s where Google and other major online companies are at so […]

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Turning Google Chrome into a Security Fortress With Add-Ons

A lot of people have identified Google Chrome as the ideal browser thanks to its speed, expansion options and multi-platform opportunities. As it’s now being widely used, the security aspects of the browser have come under scrutiny. So what can you do to enhance Chrome and make it a fortress against any unwanted intrusions? Here […]

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Making the Most of Your New Mac Pro

If you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on the irresistibly powerful Mac Pro since its release, you might be aware of its capabilities with third-party additions and various other upgrades. It’s important to remember that upgrading a computer yourself can contribute towards hardware failure and file corruption if carried out incorrectly, so getting […]

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