Monthly Archives: November 2012

BT Exchange 21CN Upgrade (Hoveton & Wroxham)

Exciting news... at least for us anyway! We are fortunate enough to be around half a mile from our local BT Telephone Exchange and as a result get a reasonably decent connection of around 8 Mbit. Yes, we know that there are plenty of users running at well over 50 Mbit on even domestic grade lines,…
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Nokia Lumia (Windows Mobile 7.5), ActiveSync and Read / Unread Email State

I am a big fan of the Nokia Lumia devices. These Windows 7.5 (Mango) devices have a very tight integration with services such as our own cloud based Microsoft Exchange mailboxes and Microsoft SkyDrive accounts. We have recently identified an issue with Windows 7.5 that does not seem to be well identified or discussed that we have…
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Patch Tuesday

Did you know that the second Tuesday of every month is called ‘Patch Tuesday’ in the IT industry….? This is the day on which Microsoft release various patches and fixes for Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office and other Microsoft applications. Yesterday, six patches were released, four of which are rated as critical. Five out of six patches address…
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Securing Your WordPress Site

Visitors to this web site over the past year or so will know that our web site was cracked earlier this year. (We do not use the word hacker, that is different). We take full responsibility for this lapse in security. Our site was one of the first WordPress sites we'd ever developed at the time…
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