By SoundBytes Autumn 2021 on 01/11/2021

Outages and downtime – the likes of which were seen recently on Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram – may become a much more regular occurrence in future. This is the view of tech experts who believe the recent outages may not be the one-off event that many will have hoped.

By SoundBytes Autumn 2021 on 28/10/2021

To combat the 11,000 tonnes of waste generated every year by charging cables alone, the EU has pledged to force all tech manufacturers operating across the bloc to use a universal system – allowing consumers to re-use their existing cables.

By Vikki Croxson on 21/09/2021

In October this year, Microsoft will be launching Windows 11 - its biggest release of a new operating system (OS) for six years. This latest platform comes with a whole host of new functionalities and performance improvements. Here we give you the latest lowdown on the main features and benefits of upgrading to Windows 11.

By SoundBytes Summer 2021 on 03/08/2021

Technology could hold the key to making the burgeoning remote working trend a success, but only if it’s user-friendly, one report has claimed. With the pandemic forcing a re-think of how, where and when people work...

By SoundBytes Summer 2021 on 03/08/2021

The return of office work could bring about a perfect storm of cybersecurity dangers, experts have warned. With many of Britain's workers heading back to the office, businesses have been urged to make sure their defences are up to scratch...

By SoundBytes Summer 2021 on 03/08/2021

The benefits of connecting to public WiFi hotspots could be outweighed by the inherent dangers, if they've not been sufficiently protected. This is a warning by IT security firm Akita, which has urged anyone using public WiFi to proceed with caution...