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Apologies From HP After Banning Printer Cartridges.

It appears that customer pressure and bad publicity have forced HP to issue an apology after owners of certain printer models discovered that their printers would no longer accept non-HP printer cartridges after September 13th.

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Sage 50 Users Locked Out by Windows 10 Update.

Many users of Sage 50 accounting software have been left frustrated this week by a Windows 10 update that left them unable to access Sage. The problem with many Sage 50 accounts occurred after installation of the Windows Anniversary Update.

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Android Phones ‘Tap-and-Go’ Thefts.

The law enforcement agency of the European Union ‘Europol’ has warned of the dangers of a new crime whereby Android smart-phones can be used to commit so-called ‘tap-and-go’ thefts.

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New Commissioner Wants EU Data Protection Laws For UK Despite Brexit.

According to comments made by the new UK Information Commissioner on BBC Radio 4’s PM programme, she would support the UK adopting EU data protection laws, even after Brexit.

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Survey Says More Businesses Have Disaster Plans … But Never Update Them.

The results of a recent survey sponsored by Cloud provider Databarracks shows that although the demand for Disaster Recovery Plans increases every year, businesses are failing to keep them updated or to test them.

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Tech Tip – Make Your Windows 10 PC Super Secure.

The ‘Hello’ feature in Windows means that you can you can use the new super secure biometric security features to keep your information safe.

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