Various news outlets (like PC Mag and The Telegraph) are reporting on SplashData’s survey of the most stolen passwords.
Needless to say if you are using one of these passwords (or a similar one) for any of your accounts you should change them. A good password isn’t a dictionary word and includes a combination of upper and lower case letters, numbers and special characters (!,&,*,£,# etc).
We are seeing more and more clients upgrade their PCs to Windows 7 and whilst on the whole the experience is much improved for both them as users and us as administrators, there have been a few annoying niggles with Printer Sharing in Windows 7. After much tinkering and researching we have a confirmed fix for one of the more troublesome problems: Continue reading →
The amount of Internet Explorer users has been on a steady decline for months and months, dropping to 49.58% in November.
Googles’ Chrome browser seems to be going down a storm as its market share has almost doubled since December last year – With 16.59% of internet users choosing Chrome, just 5% less than the legendary Mozilla Firefox.
The Safari Browser has impressive statistics also as their amount of users has grown to 8.54% compared to the 5.57% from December.
You can view all of the statistics and a comparison graph here