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Airlines were expected to be large beneficiaries of the next stimulus package. On Friday Pelosi told airlines to delay firings as relief was imminent.
Current trends involving Mac threats indicate that while attempts are on the rise, users remain the first line of defense — particularly as "show up when you want to" (SUWYWT) becomes the future of work.The security risk remains
In the first few weeks of the pandemic, we saw multiple businesses invest in VPN software and new hardware as they equipped employees to work from home. In the UK, for example, Starling Bank claimed it purchased every available MacBook as the pandemic struck.Now that working from home (WFH) is normalized, there’s a need to take stock of security concerns and remind employees of good security procedure on all platforms, including Macs. Apple’s platform seems to have enjoyed incredibly strong sales as companies upgraded for WFH, but even with better inherent security those Macs must also be protected.To read this article in full, please click here
The Republican politicians have been criticized after they flew on a Delta flight to Washington DC, hours after Trump tested positive for COVID-19.
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The Surface Pro X is getting an upgrade, with Microsoft’s ultra-portable 2-in-1 promising more power, more battery life, and more color options. Joining the existing Microsoft SQ 1 chipset built in collaboration with Qualcomm comes a new, SQ 2 version, bringing more grunt to the top-end Surface Pro X configurations. It uses Adreno 690 graphics, too, for a bump in … Continue reading
The Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat will play in the Orlando bubble for the NBA title.
Coronavirus hospital and intensive care are rising among over-65s, government figures show.Data discussed by Boris Johnson and top government scientists at Wednesday’s coronavirus briefing showed hospital admissions rising sharply for over-65s since the end of August.The number of people being admitted into intensive care also rose sharply from mid-September among older age groups.While the numbers remained relatively small, the rate of increase will be pored over by ministers as they make decisions on Covid-19.The number of admissions to intensive care rose particularly in London, the Midlands, Yorkshire and the north-east and the north-west, the figures showed.The prime minister urged people to continue following Covid-19 restrictions or potentially face “further measures”.“If we put in the work together now then we give ourselves the best possible chance of avoiding that outcome and avoiding further measures,” he said.“I know some people will think we should give up and let the virus take its course despite the huge loss of life that would potentially entail.“I have to say I profoundly disagree. I don’t think that is what the British people want. I don’t think they want to throw in the sponge. They want to fight and defeat this virus and that is what we are going to do.”Government chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance said: “Numbers of cases are going up, hospitalisations are going up, ICU is going up and unfortunately very sadly so are deaths.“That means this is heading in the wrong direction, there is no cause for complacency here at all.” Vallance also warned it would be “wrong” to think that the problem was only in areas under local lockdowns.“It is worst in certain areas but there is evidence of spread everywhere,” he said.Chief medical officer Chris Whitty said the number of infections was doubling slower than in March, when the country locked down to contain the spread and the virus was doubling every three to four days.“One of the problems we had in the first wave was I think we initially underestimated how fast the doubling was occurring at that stage,” he said.“It’s very important we don’t do that a second time because once exponential growth starts... things go very quickly.”Whitty added: “The small number of deaths now shouldn’t reassure us that we won’t be, in relatively short order, in quite difficult places, certainly in regions where we are seeing significant growth at the moment, where pressure on the NHS could happen sooner rather than later if we can’t get on top of it really quite fast.”Related...
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When HMD Global took over the reins of launching Nokia phones, it promised to stand apart from the crowd not only through its pricing but, perhaps more importantly, through its commitment to software updates. In addition to sticking to a stock Android experience, the company promised fast and timely updates as they come. That may have been more or less … Continue reading
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