In accordance with the World Cyber Protection Week, Acronis has revealed that a whopping 42% of companies had their data loss due to downtime due to not backing up daily which only 41% out of the total 90% backers did. The survey is participated annually by nearly 3000 people which unveils the protection habits of users around the world.
Author: Calvin Liew
With how much WHO has screwed up in delaying declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, it’s no surprise that they decided to contradict themselves. In the past, they did announce that Gaming Disorder as an official mental health problem, but they’re now telling people to play “active” games for those who are stuck in their homes due to quarantine orders.
If you are one of those involved with the transition of remote working, Acer has 3 tips to get you started with their product. Each of them highlights specific issues that can be merited or tailored for certain tasks through its inherent product design.
A follow-up announcement to previously canceled dates of COMPUTEX 2020 due to Taiwan locking down the nation, the event will settle down on September 28 – 30 for the time being.
COMPUTEX 2020 has been postponed according to sources from Back2Gaming. The cause of this came from the Taiwan government announcing lockdowns to ports that any foreigner will be barred from entry and all returning natives will need to be quarantined for 2 weeks.
To help out the industry, cyber protection company Acronis announced that all partnered service providers will get free access to Acronis Cyber Files Cloud.
The GIGABYTE AORUS CV27Q curved gaming monitor has won the iF Design Award for 2020, as announced by the manufacturer. The monitor apparently stands out from other competitors due to its exclusive features, fine-tuned details, outstanding product quality, and impressive design.
FSP recently announced that they are officially joining the 2-in-1 PC chassis market with the latest T-WINGS series chassis that is capable of housing 2 separate systems within a single casing.
Folks at LIAN LI have announced the enhanced version of their STRIMER RGB ATX cables for 8-pin and 24-pin, the STRIMER PLUS, that is made with better quality, improved visual effects and most importantly, more RGB.