Gen Z is really craving digital workplaces

Younger workers are unhappy with their outdated office setups, and are calling for digital transformation in the workplace, new research from SD Worx suggests. With a rise in hybrid and home working, many companies have stepped up to the challenge, providing the right hardware and software for workers to get things done wherever they may be, such as video conferencing and collaboration tools.  However, SD Worx claims that the oft-neglected, behind-the-scenes processes need just as much attention, if not for the business, then for the continued satisfaction of the youngest…

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Grammarly is half price for Cyber Monday – and that’s not a typo

The Cyber Monday deals are flooding in, with a host of deals going live throughout the day. Some of these deals are better than others, but this half-price deal on the Grammarly writing tool is one of the better offers we’ve seen. If you’re looking to improve your spelling and grammar in emails and documents, Grammarly can help you do just that – and right now you can get 50% off any Grammarly Premium plan. The best deal is on an annual plan, with the price slashed from $144 to just…

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Is Nvidia retreating from the budget GPU market, leaving it to AMD and Intel?

Nvidia is stopping manufacturing some of its key affordable GPUs, at least if the grapevine is to be believed. This comes from Chinese site IT Home – not top of our list of reliable sources, it has to be said, so add a bit more than the usual amount of seasoning here – as Wccftech spotted. The rumor from sources in the supply chain is that Nvidia is halting production on all RTX 2060 and 1660 models. That means the RTX 2060 and its Super version, and the GTX 1660…

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Is Nvidia retreating from the budget GPU market, leaving it to AMD and Intel?

Nvidia is stopping manufacturing some of its key affordable GPUs, at least if the grapevine is to be believed. This comes from Chinese site IT Home – not top of our list of reliable sources, it has to be said, so add a bit more than the usual amount of seasoning here – as Wccftech spotted. The rumor from sources in the supply chain is that Nvidia is halting production on all RTX 2060 and 1660 models. That means the RTX 2060 and its Super version, and the GTX 1660…

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LG’s better OLED display tech will be in every new TV

LG Display has confirmed that all new OLED displays produced at its plants will feature improved performance and brightness now that the company has completed the transition to its more efficient OLED.EX technology.  A statement for LG confirmed it had completed the transition to the new tech during the second quarter 2022, meaning that all new panels it now produces will feature OLED EX.  LG, who provide panels to the likes of Hisense, Sony, Panasonic, Philips, and Vizio, as well producing for its own branded TVs, claim that OLED.EX offers up to 30%…

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Proton Mail is looking to topple Gmail with new features

Privacy-focused email provider Proton has announced a complete overhaul of its Mail and Calendar apps. The Swiss company’s service, whose USP is end-to-end encryption of user emails, has fallen behind the likes of Gmail and Apple Mail in recent years, both of which tout more advanced features. Proton now hopes to reverse its fortune by improving the current user experience of its suite and offering similar elements to its competitors. Proton Mail updates In a game of catch-up, Proton has introduced some fairly substantial updates to its app – most…

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Grammarly is half price for Cyber Monday – and that’s not a typo

The Cyber Monday deals are flooding in, with a host of deals going live throughout the day. Some of these deals are better than others, but this half-price deal on the Grammarly writing tool is one of the better offers we’ve seen. If you’re looking to improve your spelling and grammar in emails and documents, Grammarly can help you do just that – and right now you can get 50% off any Grammarly Premium plan. The best deal is on an annual plan, with the price slashed from $144 to just…

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Millions of Twitter users have had their data leaked online

A Twitter vulnerability first discovered and patched in January 2022 seems to have caused a lot more damage than initially thought.  As TechRadar Pro reported in late July 2022, a data dump of sensitive identity information for 5.4 million Twitter users was sold on the dark web. Now, follow-up reports are saying that not only is that data dump being offered for free, but a second, potentially even more damaging breach has been committed. This one, according to BleepingComputer, potentially contains “tens of millions of Twitter records”, including people’s phone…

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Open-source security really shouldn’t be this leaky

As businesses become increasingly reliant on free and open source (FOSS) software, unnecessary risks to their security posture are being taken.  That’s according to the latest report from software supply chain security firm Sonatype, which paints a dire picture of the types of open-source software that businesses are relying on, perhaps as a means to cut software costs. As per the company’s State of the Software Supply Chain Report, now in its eighth year, developers download 1.2 billion vulnerable dependencies every month, and of that number, 96% have had a…

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Today could be the most fraudulent day of the year

Today could be the most fraudulent day of the year, according to the cybersecurity startup SEON.  Following hot on the heels of Black Friday is Cyber Monday – the day when retailers encourage consumers to shop online, rather than in the store. Since its inception, Cyber Monday has become just as important for the retail industry as its forebear, and one that cybercriminals equally seek to take advantage of – perhaps more so.  Fraud attempts on Cyber Monday far exceed fraud attempts on a “regular” Monday, but this year we…

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