Four Top Tips to Keep You Safe from Online Disasters

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Four Top Tips to Keep You Safe from Online Disasters

The rise of the internet and the constant improvements in technology have enabled everybody from business people to students to have 24/7 access to information, applications and software that can make work and play as simple and exciting as they’d like it to be.

Unfortunately, with these advancements there are the added risk of hacking from clever and ruthless people who want access to your private information and data for their own gain. It may sound a little terrifying – and not unlike a Hollywood conspiracy thriller – but there are ways that you can protect yourself from these unsavoury types.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at four top tips to keep you safe from online disasters:
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Tech Roundup – Tell Me About IT – October 2015

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Tech News And Thoughts From The Somerbys IT Team

Welcome to the second edition of ‘Tell Me About IT’ 

Last month we launched this brand new email which aims to help you navigate the techie world whilst learning a few things along the way.

We work on this stuff all day long and we find some really interesting hacks, articles and workarounds that are perfect for everyday life… so we thought we’d better share them with you…
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Windows 10 Devices Launch Event Throws down the Gauntlet to Apple and co.

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Windows 10 Devices Launch Event Throws down the Gauntlet to Apple and co.

Microsoft have been playing second fiddle to their main rivals Apple for a while now, but following their Windows 10 Devices Event on the 6th October, Microsoft have well and truly come back fighting, and have thrown down the gauntlet to their competitors in a manner that screams “What ya got?”

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Office 2016 has arrived

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Office 2016 has arrived

Microsoft have bounced back from the poor reception that met Windows 8 with the excellent Windows 10, and now that Office 2016 has hit the shelves (as of September 22), the software giant is back and firing on all cylinders.

The evolution of Office has gone hand-in-hand with the rise of web-enabled technology and software, and what used to be a productivity suite comprising on five core products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook) is now engineered towards the mobile-and-cloud world that we find ourselves living in.

The apps of Office 2016 are built-in to the new Office 365, which in Microsoft’s words allows you to “work anywhere, anytime, on any device”. Whether it is for business, personal or student usage, the new Office is built around our need to be able to work or play on every device we own – at home, at our work desk or on the move – and have access to everything we’re working on at any given moment.

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