My pick of the latest news from across the UK IT industry for the week ending Friday 28 April. This week, a 12TB hard drive goes on sale and Wikipedia creates a new service to battle fake news.
There are a few different types of video cables, and each of them perform a little differently. Here's a quick summary of the main connections and what they're best used for.
Outlook 2016 has two default printing styles. It's easy to change the font, paper type, paper size, header and footer of the styles, or to create new ones. Here are a few simple instructions.
Following on from my last article about the various Office 365 plans that are available for small and medium businesses, this week we look at those aimed at Enterprises.
I have recently started using Quick Parts in Outlook 2016. It's a very useful tool, especially if you always seem to be writing the same thing or using the same structure for emails to different people.
At last, Windows Vista is coming to the end of its support by Microsoft! Today, 11th April 2017, is the last day of support.
EMS stands for Enterprise Mobility + Security. It's a suite of security and data protection software that Microsoft have tightly wound into Office 365 and their Azure Active Directory platform.
When you have multiple screens, you won’t always want the taskbar in Windows 10 to display on all screens. To change this so it only displays on one monitor, follow these simple instructions.
Despite the name, the Windows 10 Creators Update is going to be bringing more than just tools for creating things. Here’s what to expect.
We have recently come across a problem with Outlook, where the reminders do not appear for appointments in a user's calendar, despite the settings saying they should. Here is a quick fix that should bring these reminders back.
With electricity prices higher than ever it is important to consider the running costs of your servers and think about what you can do about it. Here are a few of your options.