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Today I’ll show how to use Method Rendering. This rendering type outputs the return value of a call to a static method.
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End-Point Security Market Projected to Reach US$ 27.8 Bn by 2025

The uncompromising need to update security solutions on a regular basis continues to drive the demand for end-point security. Rising awareness regarding ransom-ware attacks also fuels the need to instate effective end-point security in a business. 523 more words

Revealed: Microsoft’s high-tech plan to stop laptop thieves | TechRadar

Microsoft is looking into new ways to guard laptops against theft, with plans to allow the remote wiping or disabling of a stolen notebook, at least according to a new patent that has been uncovered. 11 more words


A Local Business

Orangeville, ON (Harold Doan and Sons Ltd.) It should be obvious to anyone that locksmithing is a very local business. Even in a world of mergers and acquisitions, there has never been a successful, sustainable locksmith franchise concept or national locksmith service network. 154 more words

Security - Public Safety

The US government's requirements for passwords has changed

This makes sense. Password security needs an overhaul. Let’s see if this takes off.

It might be getting easier to remember all of your passwords. The standards organization of the United States, NIST, has concluded that many common requirements for passwords, like forcing you to use special characters, are misguided.

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Digital Business

GCHQ wizards helped prevent Harry Potter book from leaking online

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

Back in 2005, the fate of Harry Potter was important enough that GCHQ reportedly stepped in to stop a potential leak of the sixth book in the series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. 303 more words


5 Tools To Help Protect Your Privacy Online

There are lots of ways that websites track you online – here are 5 useful tools to help protect your privacy. 462 more words