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Microsoft finished 2018 as the world’s most valuable company and they recently announced a huge milestone; Windows 10 is now running on over 800 million active devices. However, since its release in 2015 and subsequent 6 versions, a significant portion of Windows 7 users decided against upgrading to the latest operating system.   Moreover, Windows 7 still has a third of the market share for operating systems....

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antivirus

At Twin Technology, we understand that security is paramount to all business; particularly in a world of growing dependence on hosted services and unknown internet connectivity – our businesses are now having to deal with threats from every angle. It’s near impossible to predict every danger that could hit your business but we can work to put systems in place that prevent them jeopardising your IT...

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resolutions ai

The festive season is well and truly over and many of us have committed to those all-important New Year’s Resolutions. Whether it’s a career boost or weight loss, this year there’s an extra pair of hands to help us get through those tough times, and it’s called AI. Yes you heard us, artificial intelligence is now being used to help us improve our daily lives....

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tesla

With 2018 coming to a close and 2019 just around the corner, we’ve been thinking a lot about the trends we think will gather pace next year. Here’s a few of our favourites: Autonomous vehicles Driverless cars, autonomous surface vehicles (ASVs) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have all hit the headlines in 2018. What was previously thought of as something out of a sci-fi movie is now...

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computer-security-day

November 30th 2018 marks the 30th annual Computer Security Day. Its launch in 1988 came before computing even became mainstream, making it one of the earliest reminders of the threats facing modern technology and data. Now, thirty years on from its creation, the threats facing computers and data are more significant than ever. The sensitivity and volume of data grows each year and with that, more...

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HPE Discover Madrid

We’re delighted to announce that the Twin Technology team will be attending Hewlett Packard Enterprise Discover 2018 in Madrid this month. HPE Discover takes place from 27-29th November. We have been attending for the past 10 years and are looking forward to seeing what this year has in store for us! We are also pleased to be inviting some of our customers to join us, too. HPE Discover brings...

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coffee

Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, it’s a drone with your coffee! Tech giant IBM last month patented the technology that enables a drone to identify when workers need coffee and to deliver it to them at their desk. The use of drones in the workplace is not new - autonomous vehicles are widely used in industries such as oil and gas and...

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project natick

It may sound like something out of a Steven Spielberg movie, but these days, when it comes to tech, the line between fiction and reality is becoming increasingly blurred. The plot for this movie? Running a data center underwater. The mastermind behind this new initiative dubbed ‘Project Natick’ is Microsoft, who’s rationale is that 50% of the world’s population live by the coast, so why doesn’t...

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panda

Zero day threats take advantage of unknown or unpatched vulnerabilities and continue to cause massive damage and the fallout from the theft of the NSA discovered exploits such as EternalBlue, resulted in numerous impactful malware attacks all throughout last year including WannaCry, NotPetya and BadRabbit. WannaCry is still active in the wild and infecting unpatched PCs. In May 2018 Panda Security Technology Strategist Josu Franco stated...

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machine learning

Machine learning is the biggest change to the IT industry. It is the process of using artificial intelligence to manage and digest vast amounts of data, identify trends and patterns and then make decisions based on these patterns - all with limited input from a human being. The use of machines to carry out an array of tasks in the workplace is becoming increasingly common...

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