UPDATED 31 May 2019 If you are still on Windows 7, and a corporate without an exit strategy, you need to take note of two things: Window's 7 ceases extended support in January 2020, after which you won't get any security patchesUpdates happening in the next few months, if not applied, will stop your security... Continue Reading →
I apologise for the rather technical nature of this post, but it is necessary to get across the point I am trying to make. Same-Site Cookies The HTTP protocol that our web browsers uses is stateless, which means that the browser and the resulting webpage don't natively know where you have come from, or what... Continue Reading →
Normally in May Microsoft hold their annual developers conference called Microsoft Build (and for this year and last year (2018) it clashed with the Google IO developer conference - not sure if that is by design or just bad planning) . You need to understand where Microsoft is right now in relation to what services... Continue Reading →
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Every year around May Google host their global developer conference. This is the venue where developers, and consumers alike, hear about new features provided by Google services and OS's. In the Keynote they normally make most of the main announcements for new features and products, and in this blog I want to focus in on... Continue Reading →