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KENYA: Satellite Tracking System Puts Africa On Map of Space-Based Climate Surveillance

Kenya has made a remarkable move of deploying  its first ever satellite tracking system. Thanks to a new satellite tracking system based in Kenya, eastern and southern African states have joined the growing ranks of countries tracking extreme weather and climate…

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Here’s A Look At The Finger-Vein Scanner Barclays Is Going To Use On Its Customers

Barclays Bank in the U.K. will begin using a finger vein scanner to identify its customers. The move comes after a wave of hacks on financial institutions that have demonstrated how feeble password and PIN protections have become. The bank…

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Stay Safe Online

By Tom Cheshire, Technology Correspondent Millions of eBay users were asked to change their passwords on Wednesday after the site’s security was compromised. Here are some top tips and what to do to tighten up your online security. Change your…

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ExchangeTransport Rules

Understanding How Transport Rules Are Applied Exchange 2010 Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2 Topic Last Modified: 2010-01-25 In Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, transport rules allow you to apply messaging policies to messages in the transport pipeline….

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Create a Public Folder Mailbox

Create a Public Folder Mailbox Applies to: Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Online Topic Last Modified: 2013-02-14 Before you can create a public folder, you must first create a public folder mailbox. Public folder mailboxes contain the hierarchy information plus the…

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Windows 8.1 Makes a Case for Ditching the Desktop

With Windows 8.1, Microsoft is finally getting there. By Jared Newman @OneJaredNewmanJune 27, When Microsoft first revealed Windows 8.1, many pundits fixated on what they saw as backpedaling. The fact that Microsoft was bringing back a Start button, and making…

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US spy chief Clapper defends Prism and phone surveillance

  US spy chief James Clapper has strongly defended government surveillance programmes after revelations of phone records being collected and internet servers being tapped. He said disclosure of a secret court document on phone record collection threatened “irreversible harm”. Revelations…

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