Your Hotmail account now works in perfect harmony with Windows Live, giving you
a host of useful features which helps you do more.
Attaching photos to an
email is a thing of the past. Instead, send them a link to the album on Windows
Live SkyDrive which gives you a whopping 10Gb in one message.
working with Office documents, now you can edit attachments directly in your
browser, save your changes and email back straight away. No dragging or
And working with others is so easy – save your
documents to your SkyDrive space and everyone can view and share their
Did you know that you can link your Hotmail accounts together so
you see just one streamlined inbox? Or if you have a number of different email
accounts, you can view them all from within your Hotmail account.
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Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your home
or small business PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious
Microsoft Security Essentials is a free* download from Microsoft that is
simple to install, easy to use, and is automatically updated to protect your PC
with the latest technology.
Microsoft Security Essentials runs quietly and efficiently in the
background so that you are free to use your Windows-based PC the way you
want—without interruptions or long computer wait times.
Kenmal Business Systems offer a range of Anti-Virus products from Microsoft Security Essentials for those on a tight budget through to the award wining Sophos Anti-Virus product. If you need help or advise, please visit www.kenmal.co.uk
or call us on 01279 329819. Alternatively email email@example.com
Bill Gates' first business was Traff-O-Data, a company that created machines
which recorded the number of cars passing a given point on a road.
It is estimated there are in excess of 1
million viruses for Microsoft Windows PC's. It is not surprising that your anti-virus software has a performance impact on the speed of your computer. However it is far cheaper and easier to keep your anti-virus up to date than it is to remove a virus.
If you think you may have a problem you can contact us on 01279 329819 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information about Kenmal Business Systems, please visit our website www.kenmal.co.uk
Buying goods over the Internet can be fraught with dangers. However if you follow the suggestions below, you are less likely to run into trouble.
Ensure your anti-virus is up to date.
Check that the website you are dealing with is secure and your card details are encrypted. Look for “https://” rather than “http://” and a closed lock/key symbol in your browser's address bar.
Check the site out if you have never used it before – see if you know anyone who has made a purchase.
Look for e-commerce retailers that use “Verified by Visa” or similar for added protection against card fraud on-line.
Keep a copy of all your transactions to check against your bank statements.
If you have recently bought a new computer with the latest chipset, it may be less than reliable.
At the beginning of February, Intel found a flaw in the SATA controller of its Sandy Bridge chipsets, which necessitated a recall of motherboards; both desktops and laptops were affected. A fix has been implemented and Intel says stock levels will return to normal during April. Until then, expect a small delay with the delivery of Sandy Bridge-based systems, and check with the manufacturer you're ordering from that you're buying post-recall hardware. If you think you have one of the affected motherboards, you should check with your supplier in the first instance.
The Security Threat Landscape:
Where We Were and Where We're Going
We will remember 2010 as a year in which our interaction with technology, and with each other, evolved due to the widespread adoption of social media and the use of innovative mobile devices.
Today, users are the content. Driving the growth, and at the same time being driven by it, the explosion in mobile computing is expanding the impact of the social web. And, the way that content is shared and accessed is now the core of a new global culture, affecting and combining the spheres of personal and business life.
Of course, this evolution of technology is closely tracked by the “bad guys” willing to exploit weaknesses in our technologies and ourselves.
Download the full report here.