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Miss Excel, Excel tutor of Excellence…

This is fascinating… “Miss Excel” makes six figures a year, selling courses on using Excel to her million followers on TikTok. Did you know Excel was so cool these days? #MissExcel #CantTalkNowI’mMaxxingMySpreadsheets

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Automatic Zoom updates…finally!

Zoom is rolling out automatic updates for Windows and macOS. That means you’ll always have the latest version and be fully protected #AutoUpdates #Zoom #CyberSecurity

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Teams introduces new mute feature

Soon it won’t matter if the cat jumps on your lap and digs its claws into you during a Teams call. Microsoft’s making it easier to mute your microphone #microsoft #teams #ABetterWayToMute

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Clippy is back in MS Office

He’s back! Who? Clippy, the paperclip character from your Windows computer of the late 90s. He’s replaced the paperclip emoji in Windows 11 #microsoft #windows11 #clippy

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Recylcling empty ink cartridges?

Everyone hates printers. But their empty ink cartridges can do some good. Here’s how you can recycle them while helping charities. Will your business do this? #PrinterCartridges #LowOnInk #RecycleForCharity

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Pros and cons of employee monitoring software

Around 60% of large businesses are now using employee monitoring software for remote workers. Is this something you’d consider? Or do you think it has a negative effect? #EmployeeMonitoring #RemoteWorkers #BigBrother

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Do you need to silence your office joker?

Most offices have a joker. But when they’re sabotaging the Teams chat it can be frustrating. Good news! Moderators will soon be able to delete others’ messages #Teams #Microsoft #SupervisorPowers

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Encryption protects your business’s data

Encryption protects your business’s data – if its intercepted no-one can read it. There’s controversy over Facebook’s plan to encrypt messages by default in 2023 #encryption #facebook #messenger #instagram

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Facebook’s end-to-end encryption

There are plans for Facebook to implement end-to-end encryption, but it may stop illegal images from being detected. What do you think should be done? #Facebook #EndToEndEncryption #IllegalImages

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Set your Teams messages for a future time…

Soon your staff will be able to schedule a Teams chat message to be sent later. Meaning they could appear to be working when they’re not. What do you think about this? #ScheduleSend #Teams #LookHowLateImWorking

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Bezos v Musk what’s next?

The race between Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk continues. Now they’re competing with their space-based satellite internet services. Who are you backing? #BezosVMusk #SatelliteInternetService #SpaceRace

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Advanced Iphone accident reports

Next year your iPhone might be able to detect and report car crashes automatically. What other safety features would you like to see? #Apple #CarCrashDetection #SafetyFirst

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Do you use car charging networks?

Tesla’s opening up its Supercharger network to other electric cars. A trial’s starting in the Netherlands. Would this persuade you to get an electric car? #Tesla #SuperchargerNetwork

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Let us answer your Windows 11 questions

Windows 11 is finally here! But is your business ready for a smooth transition? Can your PCs even run it? Read our powerful new guide and start preparing now #Windows11 #FailToPrepare #CoolNewStuff

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Google Chrome gets a real boost

Do you use Google Chrome? It’s just had a performance boost, delivering search results faster. Have you noticed? #GoogleChrome #PerformanceBoost #FasterSearchResults

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More on the Global Chip Shortage…

Seems like the global chip shortage is impacting everyone. This report says Apple produced 50% fewer iPads, to use the parts for iPhone 13s #Apple #GlobalChipShortage #iPadsOriPhones

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Are IDs on phones really a good idea?

People in some states of the US will soon be able to store their ID on their iPhones. Do you think this is a step in the right direction, or just asking for more fraud? #WalletApp #iPhone #IsItSecure

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VoIP phone providers under attack

Several VoIP phone providers in the UK have been targeted with cyber-attacks in the last few weeks. Has your business been affected at all? #PhoneDisruption #TotalNightmare

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Facebook’s hiring 10,000 people in the EU

Facebook’s hiring 10,000 people in the EU to develop a virtual reality version of the internet. It’s where people can work, play, and communicate. Do you understand the metaverse? #Facebook #metaverse #VirtualReality

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AI is still learning all about us…

Artificial Intelligence has the ability to learn all about us – what we like, dislike, and what grabs our attention. It was only a matter of time until it was used to write adverts #AI #AdWriting #AttentionGrabber

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The end of Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer has now finally retired after a 26 year long career. You’re not still using it, are you? #InternetExplorer #OldBrowsersDon’tDieTheyJustStopWorking

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Google has incresaed security levels…

Google’s trying to protect people at increased risk of being hacked, such as politicians. It’s handed out more than 10,000 physical security keys. Good idea? #Google #SecurityKey #MultiFactorAuthentication

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How to change your browser with Windows 11

Got a new PC with Windows 11 and can’t figure out how to use a different browser than Microsoft Edge? You’re not alone. Here’s how to do it. Have you tried Windows 11 yet? #windows11 #DefaultBrowser

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Spotify to launch Airplay 2

Spotify plans to add AirPlay 2 to an iOS update soon. So you can use it with multi-room, Siri voice control, and a range of speakers. Great! #Spotify #Apple #AirPlay2

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Future business meetings on VR

Here’s Mark Zuckerberg’s idea of what future business meetings could look like. Don’t forget your VR goggles. Can you see this being real one day? #facebook #metaverse #HorizonWorkrooms

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Google Docs reaches 15th Anniversary!

Can you believe Google Docs has been around for 15 years? Here’s a great article about its history and potential future. The 2006 version looks so old now. Did you use it back then? #HappyBirthday #GoogleDocs

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Google keeps pushing for 2FA

This is great! Google is turning on 2 factor authentication for 150 million more accounts. It’s a tiny step to generate a code to login, with huge protection. What do you think? #google #2fa #KeepsTheBadGuysOut

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You must move to unique passwords

This new security report shows less than half of staff use unique passwords for their most important logins. It’s terrifying. Want us to check your business’s cyber security? #CyberSecurity #MFA #TimeForSomeTraining

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Let’s get you safe from ransomware

Security software is vital, but won’t 100% protect you from a ransomware attack. Our new guide shows 5 steps to give your business better ransomware resilience #ransomware #RansomwareResilience #FreeGuide

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An iOS15 bug to watch out for

Are you using iOS15 on your iPhone? There’s a bug that can delete your saved photos. HORROR. Here are the details so you can avoid it #Apple #iOS15 #PhotoBug

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Google’s doubling down on hardware.

Google’s doubling down on hardware. There’s a large space at its new campus dedicated to a hardware division. Would you buy more Google products? #Google #GoogleHardware #HardwareDivision

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