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Managed service provider, Genmed, opens information office for journalists & analysts...

April 19, 2017 – The financial pressures facing the NHS again hit the news further to the Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring budget. While an additional £425 million is being made available for investment in the NHS[1] - to fund the first set of the best STPs[2] and help cope with demand in A & E this winter - the sad reality is the NHS still lacks the money it needs.

Constrained resources means the health... Source: RealWire

15% off Lorell Sit-to-Stand Monitor Riser – Deal Alert

This adjustable desk riser offers a healthy addition to any desk that allows you to sit or stand while you work.

The large, 31" x 20" work surface accommodates two monitors or a monitor and a laptop.
Its ergonomic keyboard tray moves up and down wit...

Snapchat’s new World Lenses filter reality with 3D objects

Filters aren't just for your face anymore.

6 New Security Startups Named to Mach37 Spring Cohort

The companies selected this year include technical talent that draws from Silicon Valley to Hungary and Western Europe.

Threatpost News Wrap, April 14, 2017

Mike Mimoso, Tom Spring, and Chris Brook recap Infiltrate Con in Miami last week, and Kaspersky Lab's Security Analyst Summit in St. Maarten

The best of the 2017 New York International Auto Show

Much to like, including Cadillac's semi-autonomous system and a Ford police hybrid.

How Amazon Go (probably) makes “just walk out” groceries a reality

Amazon new age grocery likely wasn't possible even five years ago.

Report: Surface Pro 5 gets new CPUs but keeps the proprietary...

The tablet's design settled down with the Surface Pro 3.

VU#307983: Action Message Format (AMF3) Java implementations are vulnerable to insecure...

Several Java implementations of AMF3 are vulnerable to insecure deserialization and XML external entities references.

Android Wear 2.0 begins rolling out, but only to three watches...

The rest of us will have to wait some more.

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HP is having a spring sale, and they've discounted the LaserJet Enterprise M506dh Printer by a whopping $1,100 if you use the special coupon code BMA165655 between now and 3/31. This HP Laser Monochrome Printer has a steadfast printing speed of up to 45 ppm -- perfect when you have a progressive printing system in mind.
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Microsoft, stop sabotaging Windows 10

Windows 10 is a good operating system, the first one since Windows 7.

But Microsoft seems determined to penalize users who adopt it. The latest beta version of the forthcoming Creators Update due this spring is getting attention because it places even more ads in Windows. Windows 10 is already annoying users with ads on the lock screen and in the Start screen, but Microsoft has decided to annoy users even more by bringing ads to File Explorer.

This stupidity will create a backlash if not reversed.[ 5 fatal plans that still dog the new Windows 10. | The essentials for Windows 10 installation: Download the Windows 10 Installation Superguide today. | Stay up on key Microsoft technologies with the Windows Report newsletter. ] Silicon Valley has an obsession about forcing advertising down users’ throats.

The “intelligent” voice assistant Google Home got in trouble last week for advertising a Disney movie to its users.

And you know that Amazon Alexa’s real purpose is to promote products, once it gets you hooked on its minor conveniences.

This model of free services in exchange for deep spying on your activities to advertise or otherwise promote products is after all the basis of Google Search, Facebook, and most consumer technology services.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here