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New strain of ransomware offers to unlock your data in exchange for infecting your friends

Infected users have little option but to pay, or face losing their data entirely, as the encryption used is AES-256.

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Google launches Android Things, a rebranded Internet of Things project

Android Things will become the newest addition to the Android family, and make developing IoT projects a lot easier. Developer preview out now.

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Tarsus Technology Group gets social with an epic golf day

Pictures say a thousand words; these pictures say these people are definitely having a lot of fun!

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Survey Shows That Mobile Device Adoption in the Workplace Is Not Yet Mature – Gartner

Although 80% of workers surveyed received one or more corporate-issued devices, desktops are still the most popular corporate devices among businesses.

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CIO futures according to Gartner: Executive Relationships in 2030

While in 2016, CIOs are responsible for helping fellow executives use technology to achieve their goals, in 2030, CIOs will instead be peers who collaborate to identify and realise a digital business vision.

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Check Point finds new malware variant first

Gooligan managed to steal 1.3 million Google credentials and authorisation tokens before Check Point put a stop to it.

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Tarsus Technology Group joins the Joburg2Kili for Qhubeka Expedition as Headline Sponsor

“We are pleased to be supporting the Joburg2Kili Expedition as they are helping to raise awareness for an amazing cause”, says Miles Crisp, Group CEO of Tarsus Technology Group.

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Tarsus Cloud On Demand partners with BitTitan to help SA channel accelerate move to the cloud

BitTitan helps managed service providers to move their end-users to the Microsoft Office 365 and Azure cloud services, and now it’s available in SA.

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Acer’s newest Predator monitor wins big in the run-up to CES 2017

The addition of eye-tracking tech to a Predator gaming monitor has won Acer a highly-coveted award ahead of next year’s Consumer Electronics Show.

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Ericsson and Qualcomm demonstrate Gigabit Class LTE in Africa

New developments in LTE tech help Qualcomm and Ericsson lay the foundation of future 5G networks in Africa.

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