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ESET exposes extent of Winnti Group’s supply-chain attacks

ESET researchers have dissected the updated arsenal of the Winnti Group – known for its espionage capability and targeted attacks – in a new whitepaper. In March 2019, ESET researchers warned about Winnti’s new supply-chain attacks targeting video game players in Asia. Following this publication, ESET research continued its investigation …

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PCR’s Top 25 Women in Tech 2019: Last today for nominations!

PCR’s Top 25 Women in Tech returns in November, where we’ll be highlighting the most influential women in the UK PC and tech channel. And today is your last chance to send in your nominations! We’ll be featuring women that have made a positive impact in the industry over the …

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Exertis supports World Mental Health Day with first aider training

Exertis has announced that it has trained 26 of its employees, with coverage in all of its locations, as Mental Health First Aiders (MHFA) to ensure that any colleagues with mental health issues have all the relevant support networks in place. Tim Griffin, Exertis Group’s managing director, said: “I am …

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CMS acquires French distributor Avesta

CMS Distribution has acquired Avesta, a French distributor based in the outskirts of Paris. Avesta specialises in distributing mobile solutions and high-tech products. Focused on the French market, it employs 32 people. CMS says this acquisition further strengthens its position as one of Europe’s leading IT specialist distributor. “We are …

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Diversity Special: How to get involved in PCR’s November issue

The next issue of PCR, which hits desks at the beginning of November, will be covering topics surrounding diversity in the UK tech channel. We’ll be featuring opinions and analysis around the subject and revealing this year’s Top Women in Tech. We’ll also be rounding up the best Christmas tech …

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ASL becomes key UK supplier for Kodak’s Nexpress solutions

Kodak and UK managed-office services supplier ASL Group have announced a reseller agreement under which ASL will become a key supplier of Kodak Nexpress Digital Presses. Complementing Kodak’s existing sales team, ASL will offer Kodak Nexpress Presses to its commercial print customers through its network of 11 locations across the …

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Brother UK and Advanced Labelling celebrate 30-year partnership

Brother UK and specialist dealer Advanced Labelling Ltd (Labelzone) are celebrating three decades as partners in delivering label print solutions to businesses across the UK. The Poole-based firm, established in 1985 as a local dealer, is Brother UK’s oldest partner in the market and stocked the company’s first label solution, launched …

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Developers petition for Microsoft to put Windows 10X on Surface Duo smartphone

Last week, Microsoft announced a number of new products within its Surface range of consumer devices. Alongside new iterations of its laptops and tablets, the tech giant unveiled two new foldable devices – the Surface Neo and the Surface Duo. The Neo comprises of two 9-inch screens, meaning users have …

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bluedog says it’s first to offer 24-hour monitoring to SMEs

A new cybersecurity service bluedog Security Monitoring is promising to “bring professional 24-hour monitoring within reach of SMEs for the very first time”. Launched by Freeparking.com founder Paul Lomax and cybersecurity expert Tim Thurlings, bluedog allows resellers, MSPs and MSSPs to offer smaller firms the type of managed detection and …

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Read PCR’s smart tech special online now!

While I do have quite a few smart home gadgets, after making this month’s magazine I’ve realised I’m probably not using them to their full potential. It turns out that smart speakers can do a bit more than just save your shopping list and tell you jokes about cats – …

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