As of January 14th 2020, Microsoft ended the support of one of their most popular operating systems - Windows 7.
The Esports industry has been ignited by our digitally driven society. No longer just a past time, this competitive gaming is now an exploding global industry that's also appearing in education establishments across the UK to prepare the next generation workforce.
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When thinking of updating your IT estate, you're often faced a choice: new or refurbished? Despite misconceptions, professionally refurbished PCs feel and operate as well as brand new kit, whilst being a fraction of the cost and far more eco-friendly.
There is less than 1 week to go before the support for Windows 7 will come to an end.
The rapid development of the IT landscape has created huge opportunities for cybercrimals on a global scale. With the devastating consequences security breaches can have on businesses, it's critical you're network, devices and employees are safeguarded and protected against attacks.
The thriving tech industry has provided huge benefits to modern society. It's also been the cause of a rapid increase in e-waste. The circular IT economy can help you play your part in reducing e-waste and protecting the planet while still enjoying the advantages of modern technology.
Once upon a time, Esports were generally played at home or with friends, but now the game has changed.
Technology is at the core of everything we do. It underpins how we work, learn and communicate. But with the fight against climate change, how can we ensure the advantages of technology aren't to the detriment of the environment?
Chris Mountford, account director and head of public sector at Stone Group, highlights the critical importance of NHS providers updating their software to Windows 10.