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What is or who is a digital nomad?

This is a great long read about digital nomads – people who can work anywhere with electricity and Wi-Fi. How would you feel about your staff working anywhere in the world? #DigitalNomad #WorkAnywhere

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Early reviews on Windows 11…

Most people like what they’ve seen of Windows 11 so far… but this reviewer hates the new taskbar. Do you want Windows 11 ASAP or are you happy to wait? #windows11 #NotLongToWaitNow

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Using your palm to buy from Amazon?

Did you know you can use your palm to buy from Amazon’s stores? Now it’s using the technology to replace tickets at sports events and gigs. What do you think about this? #Amazon #PalmReading #NoMoreTickets

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Xavier the patrol robot is being tested today

Singapore’s testing a patrolling robot – called Xavier – to look for people breaking strict rules on smoking, parking and Covid. Would you like to see these on our streets? #Xavier #RoboCop #BigBrotherIsWatching

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What’s behind new VPNs?

Do you use a VPN, a Virtual Private Network? Good. Using Mozilla VPN? Oh… a security audit has just uncovered some vulnerabilities. Want us to check your security? #VPN #Mozilla #SecurityIssues

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Face recognition on Chromebooks

Do you use a Chromebook? Google’s working on a Human Presence Sensor to recognise your face. If you want that today, it’s already built into Windows #Chromebook #HumanPresenceSensor #CyberSecurity

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Time for a digital wake up check?

If any of your team overslept this morning… maybe it genuinely wasn’t their fault. Some Android phones aren’t sounding the alarm clocks right now #GoogleClockBug #ThatWasALovelySleep #WaitWhatTimeIsIt

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Solar storms and underwater cables!

Scientists believe a bad solar storm could damage the giant underwater cables that connect countries online. How long could your business survive without the internet? #InternetApocalypse

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Amazing news on the iOS update

With the latest macOS update Monterey you can drag documents from your desktop straight to another Mac or iPad. Would this make you switch to a Mac? #MacUpdate #Monterey #IsThisWitchCraft

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An app that tests your phones waterproof level

Smart phones and water don’t mix… but how much water can they take before it’s time to say goodbye? A new Android app can test for you – without getting your phone wet! #WaterproofPhone #AndroidApp #WaterResistanceTester

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Good guy hackers in Singapore

In Singapore they’re offering good guy hackers up to $5,000 (about £3,600) to find and report security vulnerabilities in public sector systems. Should there be more of this? #Singapore #WhiteHackers #HackingDoesPay

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Cryptomining apps are crippling finances

100,000 people (and counting) have been scammed by fake crypto-mining apps on Android. People are paying a fee but no mining is happening. If you have any of these apps, delete them #CryptominingApps #MoneyForNothing #scam

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A funny laptop story…

This is hilarious… this man’s daughters swapped his real laptop in his bag for a toy one. And he didn’t notice till he got to work. Check your bag now… #BrilliantPrank #ButDontDoItToMe

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What is DuckDuckGo?

If you want to search privately online and not be tracked, have you tried DuckDuckGo? It works on all devices. Try it this weekend and tell us what you think #DuckDuckGo #PrivateSearching

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Has your smart home device been hacked?

Have you ever considered what would happen if your smart home devices were hacked? Researchers have been testing their security. And the results are interesting… #SmartHomeDevices #HackingForResearch #ChangeYourPasswords

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Google Meet has improved sound quality

Sound problems on another frustrating video call? Google Meet now says if you’re the one causing an echo. Would you switch for this feature? #GoogleMeet #ItsNotMeItMustBeYou #echoechoechoecho

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Read this ransomeware real story

This scary ransomware story shows even low tech criminals are planning attacks. Ransomware is the biggest threat to your business right now. Can we help you prepare? #ransomware #CyberAttacks

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iOS 15 has a new Do Not Disturb feature

The iOS 15 update is going to change the way Do Not Disturb works. It’s now called Focus. You’ll be able to decide which apps can send notifications and when. Will you use it? #focus #iOS15 #AppleUpdate

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See how internet time has increased

UK adults spent almost 4 hours a day on the internet during the pandemic. And online shopping sales rose 48%. How did your internet habits change? #InternetUsage #OnlineShopping #ChangeInHabits

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Dig deeper into Quantum Computing.

Heard of quantum computing? Within the next decade it’s likely to become a reality, and that could spell disaster for business’s cyber security. Are you concerned? #QuantumComputing #CyberSecurity #QuantumHacks

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What is Google’s incognito mode?

Google’s making it easier for you to see what incognito mode really means. You’re not invisible online, but your browsing history is deleted #incognito #WhatItReallyMeans

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Is Google search really fair to all?

It’s claimed that Google favours its own services in search results. Now a lawsuit’s demanding the search engine be classified as a public utility. What do you think? #GoogleSearch #favouritism #MakeItFairForAll

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Are Apple Air tags linked to stalking?

AirTags are a great way to keep track of your stuff. But could they be used for stalking. Apple’s made a key update, just in case. Is this a concern for you? #AppleAirTags #updates #StalkersBestFriend

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Check out the new Microsoft Fluid…

The biggest change to Microsoft Office in decades is coming. It’s called Fluid and it syncs information across different apps. Here’s a video explaining it. Are you excited by this? #microsoft #office #FluidIsComing

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Google allows you to lock private photos

Ever shown a photo on your phone to someone… and then they started swiping? Panic! Now Google has a locked folder for the photos you don’t want to be seen. Will you use it? #LockedFolder #PrivatePhotos #DontScroll

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This was quite a fraud eye opener

Ooops… a marketing firm in the US has exposed 63 million people to the risk of fraud and identity theft, by not securing its database. Would you like us to check your business’s online security? #ProtectYourData

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Teams V Zoom, where are you?

Teams is fighting back against Zoom. You’ll soon be able to get 98 people on screen in one Teams call. Only 49 on Zoom. Would this make you switch? #zoom #teams #fight #98TinyImages

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Sip? VoIP? Are we talking phone systems?

SIP? VoIP? Want to change your office phone system, but getting lost in acronyms? This is a great article to explain it all (and the benefits to you) #SIPvsVoIP #OfficePhoneSystem #ExplainerArticle

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Has Apple solved its iPhone battery issue?

Apple may finally have cracked its iPhone battery life problem. New phones will have smaller components to make room for larger batteries. Is this music to your ears? #AppleiPhone #BetterBatteryLife #SmallChipsBigPower

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Big Zoom lawsuit payout

Zoom is paying out £61m after losing a lawsuit in the US. It’ll share the money amongst its users… but sadly we won’t be getting any cash here #NoZoomBonusForTheUK

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The next step for Bitcoin

Bitcoin has no direct connection to the real economy. Now El Salvador wants to be the first country to make it legal tender. Do you think the UK will follow? #Bitcoin #LegalTender #ElSalvador

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Some news on the Windows 11 update

You really won’t be able to update from Windows 10 to Windows 11 if you don’t have the right hardware. With the global chip shortage, you should act now. Can we help? #Windows11 #GlobalChipShortage

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Are you running a paperless office?

Another benefit of a paperless office: Save money on printer ink. Some ink costs more than champagne! Can the savings tempt you to ditch ‘official’ ink? #PrinterInkValue #ItCostsHowMuch

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The latest voice change on Alexa…

Alexa’s changing. You can now call her Ziggy. And turn her into him with a male voice. Will you change anything, or stick to the default settings? #AlexaAreYouOk #Ziggy #QuantumLeap

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Have you tried Apple Airtags?

One billion iPhones help Apple AirTags find lost things. Looks like Android might be trying the same trick… using the THREE billion Android devices #airtag #WhereDidILeaveThat

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The global chip shortage continues

The global chip shortage continues. Intel says supplies of processors will be thin this autumn. If you need new hardware, act now. Will this affect you? We can help #intel #ProcessorShortage #YouMayHaveToWait

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Let’s talk browsers: Firefox

Have you seen Firefox’s new look? Do you think it’s enough to save the browser from being overshadowed by Safari, Edge and Chrome? #NewLookFirefox #WillItLast #WebBrowser

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Just one at a time on zoom!

One of Zoom’s biggest flaws is that only one person can speak at a time. Who would’ve thought talking over each other makes for a better conversation? #ZoomFlaws #OneAtATime #WorkInProgress

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