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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

    Andrew Craig      03/09/2011
 
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  • Best Deals of the Week, September 26th - September 30th - Deal Alert
    Best Deals of the Week, September 26th - September 30th - Deal Alert
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    Check out this roundup of the best deals on gadgets, gear and other cool stuff we have found this week, the week of September 26th. All items are highly rated, and dramatically discounted.

    Discounts on New Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Gen) Bundles
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    Echo Dot is a hands-free, voice-controlled device that uses Alexa to play & control music (either on its own, or through a connected speaker/receiver), control smart home devices, provide information, read the news, set alarms, and more. Right now Amazon is discounting 3 bundles featuring an all new Echo Dot:

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  • Despite IT layoffs, UCal academics will stay on HCL boards

    The dean of engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, S. Shankar Sastry, also serves on the board of HCL Technologies. This is a company that delivers IT services, and whose subsidiary, HCL America, was hired by the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF).

    Sastry has been on the HCL board since 2012, and reports his compensation to the university. The relationship is clearly in the open, but there is a complication.

    The decision to hire HCL to manage infrastructure at UCSF is bad news for about 50 of its IT employees and another 30 contractors. They will lose their jobs to the outsourcing company by the end of February after replacement training is completed.

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  • You can now use an iPhone to log into a Windows 10 PC, Microsoft says

    Apple's iPhone isn't always a good pairing for Microsoft's Windows 10 PCs, but you'll be able to use the phone's biometric authentication features to log into PCs.

    Microsoft wants to kill passwords with Windows Hello, a technology that allows users to log into PCs by fingerprint, face, iris or pattern detection. Beyond Windows 10 devices, the feature is also coming to devices, accessories and apps that support Windows Hello.

    Apple's iPhone will be able to use such an accessory or app to log into Windows 10. At its Ignite conference this week, Microsoft said iPhone owners can use specific RSA SecurID authentication tools on their devices to unlock Windows 10 PCs.

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  • Start-up creates iPhone 7 analog headphone adapter, charger

    There were plenty of complaints in the mainstream media and the blogosphere when Apple announced its iPhone 7 ships without an analog headphone jack.

    The idea of forcing users to toss their older headphones to use Apple's new Lightning port-enabled ear buds or buy its soon-to-be-released $159 wireless AirPods created a visceral reaction in consumer circles. Industry pundits also speculated that third-party adapters allowing analog headphones to connect to the iPhone would soon follow... and so they have.

    Los Angeles start-up ildockgear has created a Lightning adapter that allows iPhone 7 users to charge their device and listen to music over analog headphones at the same time. The device is about the size of a U.S. quarter.

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  • Google Sheets Explore: A work in progress

    Spreadsheet software that will understand natural-language questions about your data is certainly a cool concept. Microsoft Power BI's cloud service -- its analytics platform, not Excel -- has offered this capability for a while, but having it percolate down to spreadsheets will put it before many more potential users.

    I've been taking Google Sheets Explore for a test drive this afternoon. First thoughts? It's got a lot of potential, but at the moment I'd caution you not to depend on it to understand exactly what you mean in the same way that, say, Google search can sometimes figure out what you want even if you've misspelled a word.

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  • Android malware that can infiltrate corporate networks is spreading

    An Android malware is spreading across app stores, including Google Play, and has the capability of stealing sensitive files from corporate networks.

    DressCode, a family of Android malware, has been found circulating in at least 3,000 Trojanized apps, security firm Trend Micro said on Friday.

    DressCode hides itself inside games, user interface themes and phone optimization boosters. It can also be difficult to detect because the malicious coding only makes up a small portion of the overall app.

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  • Facebook at Work launching Oct. 10

    It may finally be OK to use Facebook while you're at work.

    Well, it still may not be OK to post pictures from last night's party or your cat annoyingly waking up your spouse, but you may be using it to connect with your project team or your boss while she's on the road.

    After spending a few years working on a social network for the enterprise, Facebook will launch Facebook at Work on Oct. 10.

    The company has sent out invitations for a launch event in London.

    The new enterprise effort, which is both a mobile app and a desktop service, went into a pilot test around January 2015.

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  • By 2020, your Wi-Fi-connected car will pay for parking, gas

    Wi-Fi communications in vehicles, whether from the factory or in aftermarket devices, will increase from 6.9 million per year in 2015 to 61 million per year in 2020 -- and this will usher in a new era of consumer services and applications, according to a new report from Gartner.

    Over the next four years, the total number of connected cars and trucks will reach 220 million, a number that will drive a huge uptick in the delivery of digital content, such as streaming music and video, navigation and location-based services.

    Connected vehicles increasingly will be able to direct drivers to, and pay for, parking spaces, fuel and other services, and the technology will eventually enable increased levels of automated driving, Gartner's report stated.

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  • Replacement Note7s pose no safety concerns, Samsung says

    Replacement Galaxy Note7 smartphones are safe, Samsung said in attempting to reassure customers this week after reports that consumers in South Korea, China and the U.S. said the replacement devices were running too hot.

    “We would like to reassure everyone that the new Note7 phones are operating properly and pose no safety concerns,” the company said in a statement. “In normal conditions, all smartphones may experience temperature fluctuations.”

    The fast charging of the Note7 devices and other devices using lithium-ion batteries could make them feel very hot, analysts said.

    Samsung first announced a global recall of 2.5 million Note7 smartphones in 10 countries on Sept. 2 following reports of fires due to problems with the batteries.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Unix tips: Saving time by repeating history

    Getting work done faster on the command line is one of the never changing goals of Unix sysadmins. And one way to do this is to find easy ways to reuse commands that you have entered previously – particularly if those commands are complex or tricky to remember. Some of the ways we do this include putting the commands in scripts and turning them into aliases. Another way is to reissue commands that you have entered recently by pulling them from your command history and reusing them with or without changes.

     

    The easiest and most intuitive way to reissue commands is by using the up and down arrows on your keyboard to scroll through previously entered commands. How far back you can scroll will depend on the size of your history buffer. Most people set their history buffers to hold something between 100 and 1,000 commands but some go way beyond that. Hitting the up arrow 732 times might try your patience, but there are are fortunately easy ways to get what you need without wearing out your finger tip! To make this post a little easier to follow, I'm using a modest HISTSIZE setting. You can view your current history queue size using the command shown below

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  • Firefox blocks websites with vulnerable encryption keys

    To protect users from cryptographic attacks that can compromise secure web connections, the popular Firefox browser will block access to HTTPS servers that use weak Diffie-Hellman keys.

    Diffie-Hellman is a key exchange protocol that is slowly replacing the widely used RSA key agreement for the TLS  (Transport Layer Security) protocol. Unlike RSA, Diffie-Hellman can be used with TLS's ephemeral modes, which provide forward secrecy -- a property that prevents the decryption of previously captured traffic if the key is cracked at a later time.

    However, in May 2015, a team of researchers devised a downgrade attack that could compromise the encryption connection between browsers and servers if those servers supported DHE_EXPORT, a version of Diffie-Hellman key exchange imposed on exported cryptographic systems by the National Security Agency in the 1990s and which limited the key size to 512 bits. In May 2015 around 7 percent of websites on the internet were vulnerable to the attack, which was dubbed LogJam.

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  • Microsoft combines Cortana, Bing, with Microsoft Research to accelerate new features

    Microsoft took the unusual step of combining its Bing and Cortana product teams with Microsoft Research, in a bid to accelerate innovation for both the search engine and the digital assistant.

    The move on Thursday was part of a broader reorganization that saw Microsoft split its Applications and Services Group, which also included Microsoft’s Office applications, into two separate organizations. Office applications will form their own group.

    Though Microsoft has asked researchers to work on projects that could eventually be commercialized, combining teams that work on active products, such as Cortana and Bing, with the future-facing teams that comprise Microsoft Research, is unique within Microsoft. Together, Bing and Cortana, plus Microsoft’s Information Platform and Ambient Computing and Robotics teams, will form the Microsoft AI and Research Group. All told, the group will include more than 5,000 computer scientists and engineers, Microsoft said.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: How Microsoft Cortana will run your entire office by 2020

    Artificial intelligence is not just a trending topic or a fad. Major companies like Google (with the new Assistant bot in the Allo messaging app) and now Microsoft are focusing their efforts on automations meant to take most of the legwork out of our daily business productivity chores.

    This week, Microsoft unveiled several new powerful features in their Office suite that provide a hint of how things will work in the future. My prediction? Someday, these automations will become more fully realized and personified in Microsoft Cortana.

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  • 33% off Kinivo 5 Port HDMI Switch With Auto-Switching & Remote - Deal Alert

    This highly rated splitter from Kinivo takes 5 HDMI inputs from your various devices, and outputs them to one HDMI connection. Ideal for TVs that just don't have that many HDMI inputs. 501BN will automatically switch to the currently active input source if there is only one active input. If there are multiple active inputs, you can simply select using the IR remote or using the selector button on the unit itself. Supports video up to 1080p and 3D as well. The item currently averages 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 9,000 customers (read reviews) and its list price of $59.99 is currently discounted 33% to $39.99.

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  • Ransomware spreads through weak remote desktop credentials

    Stolen or weak remote desktop credentials are routinely used to infect point-of-sale systems with malware, but recently they've also become a common distribution method for file-encrypting ransomware.

    In March, researchers discovered a ransomware program dubbed Surprise that was being installed through stolen credentials for TeamViewer, a popular remote administration tool. But the trend had started long before that, with some ransomware variants being distributed through brute-force password guessing attacks against Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) servers since 2015.

    While this method of infection was initially used by relatively obscure ransomware programs, recently it has been adopted by an increasing number of cybercriminals, including those behind widespread ransomware programs such as Crysis.

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  • Apple products ‘essential to the modern workforce’ - Deloitte
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  • IDG Contributor Network: The ultimate unanswerable question: Are we PCI-compliant?

    PCI compliance is Zen-like. It's hard to determine, and even when a letter declares a company PCI-compliant, that declaration can always be retroactively reversed later — such as if you're breached. Yes, when you most need to be able to say that you are PCI compliant is when it's taken away. Isn't life wonderful?

    What prompts this observation was a news release that crossed my desk a few days ago from Tenable Network Security. The release said the company had a new offering "that continuously monitors and maintains Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance posture." Monitors? Yes. Maintains? That is not something that software — any software — can do.

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  • Four state AGs sue to block U.S. decision to cede key internet role

    A judge in Texas has fixed for Friday the hearing in a suit filed by four state attorneys general against a decision by the U.S. to transfer, by month end, oversight of some key internet technical functions to a multistakeholder body.

    The attorneys general of Arizona, Oklahoma, Nevada and Texas filed late Wednesday a suit asking the federal court for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction on the proposed transfer of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

    ICANN, under contract with the Department of Commerce, administers the IANA functions, which include responsibility for the coordination of the DNS (Domain Name System) root, IP addressing and other internet protocol resources. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), an agency within the Commerce Department, said last month it will go ahead with its plan to transfer supervision of the IANA functions to a multistakeholder body on Oct. 1, in line with a plan first announced in March 2014.

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  • The reasoning behind Microsoft's new A.I. and Research Group

    Microsoft wants to bring artificial intelligence to you.

    Well, not you specifically. Everyone, in fact. That is the impetus behind its new shakeup, which reorganizes the company with a focus on democratizing A.I. 

    Of course, Microsoft has been working on this for a while, with things like Cortana, Skype Translate and Tay. So what makes this news any different?

    In IT Blogwatch, we focus on the big picture.

    So what is going on? Todd Bishop has the background:

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  • Chip-card rollout a year later: Slow and, mostly, sure

    The rollout of smart-chip cards and chip reader in-store payment terminals in the U.S. hasn't been easy -- to put it mildly.

    Saturday, Oct. 1, marks a full year since banks and card companies mandated that retailers install new, more secure chip-based credit and debit card readers -- and adopt related new payment processes -- to avoid liability for fraudulent card payments.

    After a year of software and equipment certification backlogs, consumer angst and some mid-course corrections made by card companies in June, slow progress is being made toward a full rollout to replace insecure magnetic stripe cards and readers, all sides agreed in a series of interviews. Their collective best guess is that it will take another 18 months to three years for massive adoption of chip cards and readers to succeed in the U.S.

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  • The Raspberry Pi Troubleshooting Guide

    With more than 9 million sold, the Raspberry Pi is a popular as well as low-cost way to get started hacking hardware. But occasionally, something goes wrong.

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  • Sort of gives 'driving safely' a whole new meaning

    This IT consultant pilot fish's GPS is designed to connect with a mobile phone using Bluetooth to act as a speaker -- though fish actually uses it for something entirely different.

    "I also have Bluetooth built into the car, so my phone isn't paired with the GPS," fish explains.

    "However, I have the GPS Bluetooth enabled because it speaks to an onboard diagnostic reader that shows me some additional gauges. That's how I knew, for example, that when I couldn't accelerate beyond 130 MPH on the Autobahn, it wasn't because I was topping out the engine -- it was the car's computer limiting me."

    One day fish is driving on a local highway when the GPS beeps with a message about "passcode 1234." Fish is busy driving, so he just hits the OK button to get his gauges back on the screen.

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  • Paris motor show turns on to electric cars

    The soft whirring was barely audible amid the pounding music and the babble of voices at the Paris motor show on Thursday, but we'll be hearing a whole lot more of it in the years to come.

    The noise was Opel's Ampera-e all-electric compact car, driven on stage by the company's CEO, Karl-Thomas Neumann. The Ampera-e is the European equivalent of the Chevrolet Bolt, and will go on sale sometime in the first half of next year.

    The whir could equally have come from other all-electric vehicles making their debut at the Mondial de l'Automobile, though. Smart and BMW rolled out new production models, while Volkswagen and Mercedes showed striking all-electric concept cars.

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  • Researchers make progress toward computer video recognition

    Computers can already recognize you in an image, but can they see a video or real-world objects and tell exactly what's going on?

    Researchers are trying to make computer video recognition a reality, and they are using some image-recognition techniques to make that happen.

    Researchers in and outside of Google are making progress in video recognition, but there are also challenges to overcome, Rajat Monga, engineering director of TensorFlow for Google's Brain team, said during a question-and-answer session on Quora this week.

    The benefits of video recognition are enormous. For example, a computer will be able to identify a person's activities, an event or a location. Video recognition will also make self-driving cars more viable.

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  • Google rebrands Apps for Work as G Suite, adds intelligent features

    Google rebranded and enhanced its productivity suite Thursday with new intelligent capabilities that will help it better compete with Microsoft Office 365.

    G Suite is the new name for the group of applications that include Gmail, Google Calendar, Docs, Sheets and Slides. It's a group of apps that the company is trying to push on organizations looking to make their employees more productive, with an emphasis on collaboration capabilities.

    Docs, Sheets and Slides are each getting new features aimed at making it easier to create files quickly with the help of Google intelligence. In addition, Google Calendar is getting an update to make it easier to schedule meetings, and Drive has a new feature making it easier for teams to use.

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  • Salesforce tries to block Microsoft's LinkedIn acquisition

    Microsoft made a splash earlier this year when it announced the largest acquisition in its history, signing an agreement to buy LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. But now, Salesforce is trying to convince the European Union to block the deal. 

    Salesforce Chief Legal Officer Burke Norton will argue to the EU's competition authority that Microsoft's control of LinkedIn's dataset following an acquisition would be anticompetitive. EU competition chief Margarethe Vestager said in January that her agency would be looking directly at whether a company's use of data is bad for competition, and these complaints seem aimed squarely at those comments. 

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  • Bounty for iOS jailbreak exploit jumps to $1.5 million

    The value for zero-day exploits targeting Apple's iOS software is jumping. On Thursday, a company called Zerodium began offering as much as $1.5 million for them.

    Zerodium is the same company that offered $1 million last year for an exclusive iOS zero-day exploit that can remotely jailbreak a device. However, that bounty was only temporary, and it was eventually awarded last November.

    Zerodium's new $1.5 million bounty is asking for a remote jailbreak exploit targeting iOS 10. The bounty will be offered all year long, Chaouki Bekrar, the company's CEO, said in an email. The company's original offer was a maximum of $500,000.

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  • BrandPost: Do You Back Up Your Facebook? You Should.

    Facebook has woven itself into the fabric of everyday life in ways that seemed unimaginable when the social networking platform launched in 2004. There were 1.13 billion daily active Facebook users in June 2016, with the vast majority (1.03 billion) accessing Facebook daily via their mobile devices.

    These users have embraced Facebook as an easy and convenient way to communicate with family and friends, either publicly or through private messaging. But Facebook has become much more than a digital platform for keeping up with family and friends; for tens of millions of people, it has become the primary storage service for their personal content.

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  • BrandPost: Why Don't People Back Up Their Mobile Devices?

    At the start of 2016, there were 3.4 billion global smartphone subscriptions, according to this year’s Ericsson Mobility Report. They expect that number to reach 6.3 billion in the next five years. Meanwhile, tablet ownership has topped the 1 billion mark, eMarketer estimates, and they expect that number to continue climbing as well.

    But only a small percentage of these mobile consumers consistently back up data on their devices – even though, as this year’s Acronis World Backup Day Survey shows, one in three consumers has suffered digital data loss.

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  • BrandPost: Preventing Personal Data Disaster: Why Copying Files Isn’t Enough

    It happens with a clicking sound, or maybe a grinding from deep within a computer case. The screen may freeze or files stop loading, or the machine may simply refuse to start. For a lot of people, it is quickly followed by a sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach.

    It’s not a question of if, but when the drive on your laptop or desktop computer will fail. The risk of data loss due to hardware failure is even greater with mobile devices like tablets and smartphones. They are easily dropped, left behind, or doused with water, adding to the risk that your device will die and take your valuable data with it. The risk of data loss for mobile devices, in particular, is expanding people depend on them in place of laptops and desktop machines. The chances of losing important work through accidental deletion also rises as we increasingly access and edit documents with mobile devices.

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