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16 ways to speed up your laptop
Laptops

16 ways to speed up your laptop

Does your ageing laptop need a boost? We look at the software tweaks and hardware upgrades that will give your computer a new lease of life
16 Sep 2020
16 ways to speed up your laptop
Laptops

16 ways to speed up your laptop

Does your ageing laptop need a boost? We look at the software tweaks and hardware upgrades that will give your computer a new lease of life
16 Sep 2020
How do I best support my remote workers?
agile working

How do I best support my remote workers?

We speak to the companies that help to make remote working a reality
16 Sep 2020
What is SAP HANA?
SAP Innovation Center
big data analytics

What is SAP HANA?

Find out everything you need to know about SAP's in-memory database platform
15 Sep 2020
How to delete a Facebook business page
Facebook web page
social media

How to delete a Facebook business page

Follow these steps to erase your Facebook page if it's a duplicate, out of date or inaccessible
15 Sep 2020
What is Chromium?
Code
Chromium

What is Chromium?

We take a look at Google's open source coding project, and the platforms it has inspired
15 Sep 2020
What is private browsing?
Security

What is private browsing?

Private-browsing capabilities are baked into the internet browsers you use everyday. Here's why it's important
15 Sep 2020
For the desperate, the cloud is there, but the hardware is not
cloud computing

For the desperate, the cloud is there, but the hardware is not

The government needs to reinstate schemes to get laptops to low-income households
15 Sep 2020
What is DevOps?
DevOps

What is DevOps?

How the merger of development and operations could help your business
14 Sep 2020
What is cache memory?
Processor
data processing

What is cache memory?

We explain the different categories of cache memory and how it differs from RAM
14 Sep 2020
What is Article 13 and Article 11?
European Parliament - What Is Article 13? What is Article 11?
Policy & legislation

What is Article 13 and Article 11?

Everything you need to know about the controversial copyright directive
14 Sep 2020
When should you upgrade your hardware?
Hardware

When should you upgrade your hardware?

Tempted by new technology? We explore the tricky question of when it makes sense to invest – and when it’s wiser not to
14 Sep 2020
Cloud bursting: A step toward uninterrupted computing
cloud computing

Cloud bursting: A step toward uninterrupted computing

A unique form of hybrid cloud deployment is helping organisations tackle sporadic workloads
11 Sep 2020
UK tech startups to watch in 2021
startups

UK tech startups to watch in 2021

Fintech, AI, robotic arms, and a Gmail plugin make up IT Pro's list of small businesses to watch
11 Sep 2020
What is a microservices architecture?
Processor architecture
containers

What is a microservices architecture?

This software development method focuses on flexibility - but how does it work?
11 Sep 2020
What is DNS?
Domain Name System (DNS)

What is DNS?

We explain what DNS is, how it works, and how outages can be avoided
11 Sep 2020
The IT Pro Podcast: The myth of reputational damage
data breaches

The IT Pro Podcast: The myth of reputational damage

Is reputational damage from a data breach really worth worrying about?
10 Sep 2020
What is text mining?
big data analytics

What is text mining?

Your business can gain valuable insights by letting AI analytics loose on your emails and documents
10 Sep 2020
What will quantum computing mean for business?
Sponsored

What will quantum computing mean for business?

Now that quantum computing is no longer just an experimental theory, it’s time to think about how your company can take advantage of the possibilities
10 Sep 2020
Make Linux look like Windows 7
Microsoft Windows

Make Linux look like Windows 7

If you can't quite bear to let Microsoft's recently retired operating system go, Ubuntu Linux can be fashioned into a suitable substitute
10 Sep 2020
How businesses were left to scramble over data collection for coronavirus contact tracing
data protection

How businesses were left to scramble over data collection for coronavirus contact tracing

The lack of sufficient advice has opened the door for third-party tech firms to normalise massive-scale data harvesting
9 Sep 2020
What is SMTP?
mail servers

What is SMTP?

Have you ever wondered how your email gets to its recipient?
9 Sep 2020
What is an output device?
Hardware

What is an output device?

Monitors, speakers and printers all count as output devices, receiving data from your computer
9 Sep 2020
How to unroot Android
Google Android

How to unroot Android

If you've rooted your Android device, here’s how to get everything back to normal
9 Sep 2020