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BBC news launches new look site

BBC News this morning has revealed a new look to the site. Many people cite the BBC News site as one that they really like to use so the BBC were taking a big risk by redesigning. However, on closer inspection they haven't changed much which is good to see. The website editor explains more about the refresh in his blog. There are a few things that we can all take from this redesign: The new site is 1024 pixels wide and they estimate that around 95% of visitors have a resolution of this size. Gone are the days of...
Posted: Monday 31 March 2008 12:35:51 by Global Administrator with 0 comments
Categories: Web Design

Outlook comes to Apple's iPhone

Apple announced yesterday that the highly acclaimed iPhone will shortly include Activesync software enabling it to synchronize with Microsoft Exchange. Most people will be aware of the iPhone, but for the benefit of anyone that has somehow managed to miss it, the iPhone is arguably the best 'fun' phone on the market combining the features of an IPOD and mobile Phone into a incredibly slick little device with a touch screen interface that blows away any of the competition. One of the iPhones most remarkable features is its Web Browser which makes the experience of browsing the Web more akin...
Posted: Friday 7 March 2008 12:37:09 by Global Administrator with 0 comments
Categories: IT Support

Malware programs reach an all-time high

According to the BBC security firms are reporting an unprecedented high for malicious programs found in 2007. Estimates suggest that there has been a staggering FIVE fold increase in malicious programs in circulation in 2007 compared with 2006 (5.5 million reported up from 972,000). As usual, our advice would be to remain vigilant and now the need to do so is even more important. Please see our guide on the tell tale signs of a virus email. We would also recommend taking the following precautions...
Posted: Wednesday 5 March 2008 12:37:47 by Global Administrator with 0 comments
Categories: IT Support