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Microsoft releases Windows 11 Build 25179

It’s a Wednesday, so that means a new Windows 11 build for Insiders on the Dev Channel (as well as twin Beta builds). Build 25179, which is also available in ISO format for clean installs, comes with a good set…

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Microsoft releases twin Windows 11 beta builds — 22621.575 and 22622.575

As well as a new Windows 11 build for Insiders on the Dev Channel, Microsoft has today rolled out two new Beta builds. Build 22622.575 comes with an improvement to File Explorer and a large number of fixes. Build 22621.575…

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Samsung introduces the next generation of its folding phones — Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4

Samsung’s folding phones didn’t get off to the most auspicious of starts, it’s fair to say. The company was forced to postpone things after the first-generation Galaxy Fold models sent out to reviewers were found to be “problematic” and pre-orders…

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AI-based security solution protects email and messaging

With more people working remotely, messaging and email have become even more essential tools, but the sharing of sensitive data via these routes also presents risks. Concentric AI is using this week’s Black Hat USA to launch an AI-based solution…

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Enterprises lose millions by not fully exploiting their IT

Failure to make the most of their technology investments could be costing large enterprises almost $100m a year according to a new study. The report from user experience company WalkMe shows enterprises struggle to give employees the ability to use…

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Parallels Desktop 18 rolls out more compatibility, performance improvements

It’s that time of year again when a major new version of Parallels Desktop hits the stores with the promise of improved compatibility and performance. This time around, Parallels Desktop 18.0 promises to maximize the use of Apple’s M1 Ultra…

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How to create a faster feedback loop through progressive deployment

Using continuous deployment and progressive deployment for software updates accelerate feedback loops to improve development speed and software quality, giving your company a competitive advantage. In our fast-paced world, early and frequent software deployments increase business performance and revenue. Automated…

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CISA warns of UnRAR security flaw affecting Linux systems

The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has issued a warning about a security issue with the UnRAR tool for Linux-based systems. The vulnerability is being tracked as CVE-2022-30333, and if successfully exploited, the flaw could allow an attacker to…

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Malware, botnets and exploits all soar in second quarter of 2022

In the second quarter of this year malware events increased over 25 percent, botnets doubled and exploit activity grew by nearly 150 percent, according to a new report. The report from managed security services provider Nuspire, based on threat intelligence…

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Microsoft warns Windows users that a recent update has broken XPS viewing

Craving another problem caused by an update to Windows? Microsoft is happy to oblige! The company has issued a warning that users who install the KB5014666 update — yes, the same update that caused printing problems and issues with the…

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