MD and teaching assistant

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We currently live in strange times. (Understatement of the century.) Most of us have been cooped up at home for a long time now, which comes with both joys and challenges. On one hand, I’m really enjoying spending more time just the four of us, as a family unit, well most of the time, anyway! On the other, it isn’t…

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State of play for us

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I thought it was important to provide an update to let you know the state of play for us here at Nexus at this difficult time for everyone. In terms of our operation, we’re operating as close to normal as possible, whilst ensuring we look after the health of our team. The majority of staff are working from home, with…

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Judgement Day

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We’re a good few weeks into 2020 now and it can’t have escaped your attention that cybersecurity is an extremely hot topic for the year. (It’s also our focus for all trade shows at which we’re exhibiting this year) Why are we so focused on cyber? While corporate giants will remain high-profile targets for cyber-attacks, it’s the SMEs (many of…

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Embedded World 2020

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Would you like a free e-ticket to Embedded World 2020 at the end of February? Here’s a link if you do, use code B424195 and hey presto you will get a free ticket. We’ll be there at the Datakey booth in Hall 4A-309, exhibiting the wide range of Datakey ruggedised memory and connectors for industrial and military applications. Please stop by…

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Are we seeing you?

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We’re exhibiting at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Show at Farnborough International in February as usual and it would be great to see you there. Over on our stand (D85), we’ll be focusing on cyber security and offering loads of advice about: How to protect data transferred via removable memory devices How to reduce the risk of malware being introduced…

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Pi in the sky

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We’ve written about the Raspberry Pi before and for good reason: it really has taken the world by storm since it was released seven years ago. And now, not content with “the world”, it appears to be taking space by storm too. As reported by the BBC, the Pi was used by UK satellite company SSTL to take pictures of…

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See how to safeguard your next embedded system at Northern Manufacturing & Electronics

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See how to safeguard your next embedded system from security concerns with both physical security and the latest security hardware authentication We will be exhibiting at Northern Manufacturing & Electronics in October 2019, showcasing one new product from Datakey and showing you how to safeguard your panel against malware. Datakey CryptoAuthentication™ Memory Token Nexus will be showcasing the latest additions…

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I blame IBM

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If you’ve been using computers for more than a decade, then there’s little doubt that you’ll be familiar, with this phrase: Control, Alt, Delete. Indeed, the computer keyboard command has become so ingrained into our society, that it’s spawned plenty of pop culture references, as well as being inducted into the meme half of fame. But while you’re almost certainly…

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Killer app

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Do you know what accountants used before Excel and other spreadsheet software was invented? Pen and paper. Seems pretty obvious really, but when you consider how complex software is these days, and the hugely intricate operations they’re required to complete, you wonder how on earth anyone could have done any of this stuff without a computer. So, how did they?…

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