My pick of the latest news from across the UK IT industry for the week ending Friday 24 May. This week Twitter introduces a two-factor authentication to stop password hacking and Microsoft unveils the Xbox One.
It's time to talk about the Solid State Drive (SSD) again. Just when you thought it was safe and you had seen it all, enter the M500. The features and price of this SSD might surprise us all.
Purely by chance this week I had an opportunity to work briefly on an Apple MacBook Pro. I was seriously impressed with its amazing Retina Display. In short - I want one, but alas it’s not that easy...
Want to try Windows 8 before you commit to buying it? Need to see if Microsoft Project fits your requirements? Fortunately you don't need to make these decisions blindly. Why not download a trial version.
Windows 8 has become a love hate situation for many users. It's been likened to marmite by most, some people like the new Windows 8 interface but the truth is apart from the interface changes, Windows 8 is a great operating system.
With the recent update of Office 365 the ability to create new shared mailboxes has become a lot easier. Instead of having to go through the process of using PowerShell scripts you can now use the much friendlier web interface.
The news is filled with high profile data losses and business interruptions caused by hackers. What should we be doing about it?