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Windows 11 adoption appears to be stagnating

Windows 11, which launched six months go, appears to be flatlining in terms of uptake in the month of March, according to one data source. It's being used on one in five systems, and Microsoft says adoption has been faster than with...


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The Microsoft Patch Lady

When it comes to Windows, out with the old, in with the…what?

The arrival last year of Windows 11 has prompted a lot of Windows users to think about upgrades — and what can actually meet their technology needs. Some thoughts on what works and what doesn’t.


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The Zen of IT

The Russian cyberattack threat might force a new IT stance

With the threat of Russian cyberattacks still with us, companies need to be on a war footing when it comes to security.


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Apple Holic

Will your company embrace AR for training?

Here's a short look at some of the use cases to support AR/VR in enterprise and government staff development and training.


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Q&A: Qwick CEO details his company's 4-day workweek trial

The hospitality gig-work platform is testing a 4-day, 32-hour workweek for full-time staffers until July, then will decide whether to stick with the change.


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Lenovo commits to hiring 12,000 new R&D staff by 2025

Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang has committed to ambitious new targets for R&D hiring and achieving net zero emissions.


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ClickUp adds Whiteboards to its collaboration platform

Digital whiteboards are in demand as distributed teams look for more ways to collaborate visually.


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Blockchain firm Equideum and Nokia building exchange to let patients sell healthcare data

Equideum Health, which runs decentralized networks over which patient data can be transmitted securely, has partnered with Nokia to create a patient-facing app that allows users to sell their healthcare information to researchers.


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NZ Fry Up

NZ Fry Up: Colocation centre lands in Southland; Kiwi workers want recognition on deliverables; Hi-Tech awards finalists revealed; A/NZ startup hub

New Zealand IT, tech, and telco news and views from our correspondent in the Central North Island.


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Office 365: A guide to the updates

Get the latest info on new features, bug fixes, and security updates for Office 365/Microsoft 365 for Windows as they roll out from Microsoft. Now updated for Version 2203 (Build 15028.20160), released on March 30, 2022.


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Async video platform Loom gets collaborative ‘HQ’

With aynchronous video evolving into an alternative to real-time conversations, companies like Loom are scrambling to add capabilities to their apps and software.


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The Zen of IT

When should the data breach clock start?

Time is of the essence when a data breach occurs. The tricky part is figuring out exactly when a company first knows about a breach, and how long it has before making it public.


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Google Workspace rolls out updates to Meet, Chat and Voice

Google is looking to bridge the gap between physical and remote meeting attendees, and boost real-time and asynchronous collaborations through a new set of features across its Workspace collaboration platform.


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Ukrainian IT industry says it’s still open for business

Ukraine’s leading IT trade association insists the country remains open for business and able to deliver technology projects to foreign clients, even amid the war with Russia and the ongoing refugee crisis.


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Today in Tech

Podcast: iPhone 14 rumors and Apple’s hardware subscription service

According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on a hardware subscription service that would allow users to lease its devices like people lease cars. This program would differ from the 12- and 24-month loan programs currently available. And...