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Some HP Devices May Fail After 30,000 Hours Of Use
Late last year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) issued a warning about some of the Solid State Drives they manufacture. The warning was that unless users downloaded a patch to the drive’s firmware, their drive could fail after more than 33,000 hours of running. Now, the company is back with a similar warning. A new flaw…
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Office 365 Making Changes To Accommodate Millions Working From Home
Recently, Netflix announced that it was scaling back its streaming speeds to better handle the increased load brought on by millions of people around the world sitting at home due to the threat of the Corona Virus. Netflix isn’t the only company making such moves. Recently, Microsoft announced a raft of new and temporary changes…
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Crowded WiFi Networks Could Get Better Pending FCC Vote
Wireless connectivity is becoming a victim of its own success. Every year, the appetite for bandwidth grows, but of course, there’s only so much to go around. The recent shelter in place orders that have been issued by countries around the world has only added to the increasingly crowded spectrum. Even without that, based on…
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