Amazingly Windows 7 still being used on one third of NHS PCs
After 11 years of service and support, Microsoft recently ended support for Windows 7. While users still can continue to use Windows 7, it would leave their PC vulnerable to security risks, as Microsoft is no longer administerin...
Table Manners dating sim encourages you to donate blood to the NHS
by Lewis White
Curve Digital’s upcoming games Table Manners will encourage players to donate blood through the UK’s National Health Service. Developed as part of the NHS Blood and Transplant’s ‘What’s Your Type?’ Valentine’...
Wannacry 2 looms as more than one million NHS PCs still on Windows 7
Two years ago, the NHS was a victim of a crippling attack by malware which exploited unpatched vulnerabilities in poorly supported legacy PCs. The attack disabled much of the NHS IT systems, leading to many essential healthcare-...
The Amazon Alexa will soon be able to tell you if you’re dying
Starting this week, those in the UK with an Amazon Alexa will be able to ask their device to search the official NHS website for health and medical advice. Your Alexa won’t actually be capable of diagnosing you with anything...
3 months after WannaCry, NHS cries uncle, signs support contract for Windows XP
In 2015 the UK Government declined to renew their extended support contract for the very obsolete Windows XP, saying “We expect most remaining government devices using Windows XP will be able to mitigate any risks, using the CE...