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Education Institutions are becoming targets for security attacks, so your Computer Security at university needs to be secure The leaders of Higher Education at EDUCASE said that their top IT concern for 2016 is information security. According to DataLossDB, about 9 percent of 1500 security attacks that took place in United States in 2015 were […]

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Tech Tip – Printing Photos

Do your colours on printer match those on screen when printing photos? When it comes to printing photos or documents with photos in on your inkjet printer have you ever wondered why the colours in the printed photos don’t match those on the screen? If you want to improve the appearance of photos for printing try […]

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Windows 10 Update Kills Webcams

Windows 10 Update appears to have stopped many webcams from working This has added to the Windows 10 problems with their latest upgrades and updates, and not helping ease the growing number of critics. What Windows 10 Update? Update / version 1607 also know as the Anniversary Update because it was the first anniversary of the release […]

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KCOM / Eclipse Outage 21st July 2016

We are currently experiencing a national outage which may be affecting some KCOM/Eclipse customers. Customers will be experiencing loss of connectivity from around 7.45am this morning, we are working with our KCOM to establish what has happened and timescale on a resolution. For further information refer to KCOM status page   and status phone line […]

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BT Outage UK 20th July 2016

BT are reporting a Nationwide outage of their services – This not only affects BT Broadband but any services that use their services, like some banks and hosting providers On its website, BT said: “A small number of customers…may experience a loss of telephone and/or broadband services. We hope to have service restored as quickly […]

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