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Archive | August 16, 2019

How to prevent employee burnout

The World Health Organisation now officially recognizes workplace ‘burnout’ as an occupational phenomenon, this is the first time it’s being directly linked in its classification of diseases as a work hazard. Why has it become such a prominent issue?  If you look at the last ten years of the global economy, you’ll see it’s been  Full Article…

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Watch Dogs Legion: release date, news and trailers

Ubisoft has officially announced Watch Dogs: Legion during its E3 2019 conference. Rumors suggested the latest installation to the Watch Dog series would take place in post-Brexit London and it turns out they were spot on.  Ubisoft officially announced the game alongside lengthy gameplay footage that sees you playing as Ian (a character straight out  Full Article…

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Streaming-only Xbox console rumors squashed by Microsoft

Contrary to rumors, Microsoft is not working on a streaming-only Xbox console. In an interview with Gamespot, Microsoft’s executive VP of Gaming Phil Spencer set the record straight: the company isn’t working on a streaming-only Xbox console at the moment. After the Redmond company announced last year that it is working on a game streaming  Full Article…

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Best Adidas backpacks: 5 great options to consider

Adidas has managed to straddle the worlds of sports and fashion masterfully, creating clothes and accessories that are on-trend and incredibly functional – precisely the qualities you want from the best college backpack. Whether you’re after a bold Adidas logo on your next backpack, or a simpler, cleaner look with three stripes or a small  Full Article…

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Firmware security has barely improved over last decade

A new survey of over 6,000 firmware images has found no improvement in firmware security over the last 15 years as well as lax security standards for the software running connected devices from Linksys, NETGEAR and other major hardware vendors. The survey was carried out by chief scientist at the Cyber Independent Testing Lab (CITL),  Full Article…

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Firmware security has barely improved over last decade

A new survey of over 6,000 firmware images has found no improvement in firmware security over the last 15 years as well as lax security standards for the software running connected devices from Linksys, NETGEAR and other major hardware vendors. The survey was carried out by chief scientist at the Cyber Independent Testing Lab (CITL),  Full Article…

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