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UK's national health service still relies on fax machines

WTF?! There are plenty of technologies that fall into the 'archaic' category, such as floppy discs, VHS tapes, and dial-up modems. But one of these outdated pieces of equipment is still being used in ... read more

How you can be hacked via your fax machine

There are over 45 million fax machines ... still widely used in some industry sectors such as healthcare, legal, banking and real estate, where organizations store and process vast amounts of highly ... read more

Doctors in the NHS face a ban on pagers in a bid to ‘bring the care system into the modern age’

More than 100,000 of the old-style devices are still being used in the ... the private member’s Bill National Health Service (Prohibition of Fax Machines and Pagers) Bill. read more

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Faxploit: Attackers Use Fax Machines to Take over Networks, Spread Malware, Check Point Finds

Not often perceived as modern-day technology, there are over 45 million fax machines in use in businesses globally, with 17 billion faxes sent every year. It is still widely ... personal data. The ... read more


Hackers may be targeting your fax machine

The UK’s National Health Service – which famously still relies on a wide network of pagers for communication with staff – also has thousands of fax machines still in use, and has been grappling with ... read more

The most important AI projects from Google you can see today

DeepMind is a UK-based AI company that was bought by Google back in 2014, and now it works under the aegis of Mountain View to produce solutions based on machine learning ... during its work with the ... read more

Criminals can compromise company networks by sending malicious faxes

A fax ... still widely used in several Industry sectors such as healthcare, legal, banking and real estate, where organizations store and process vast amounts of highly sensitive personal data. The UK ... read more

Manchester police still relies on Windows XP

In May, ransomware malware known as Wannacry caused havoc to the National Health Service's computer systems ... "The remaining XP machines are still in place due to complex technical requirements from ... read more

The Crisis Engulfing The NHS – Seen From One Hospital Bed

He recalls the years before it was introduced, when in his role as a consultant he would leave an A&E shift in the evening, only to return the next morning to find the same patients still there ... of ... read more

NHS told to ditch 'outdated' pagers

Health Secretary Matt Hancock called them "outdated" and said he wanted to rid the NHS of "archaic technology like pagers and fax machines ... national pager service in March 2018. Capita's PageOne is ... read more

Millions of businesses vulnerable to fax-based cyber attack

Although widely considered to be “old” technology, fax machines are still widely used and their use is ... vast amounts of highly sensitive personal data. The UK’s National Health Service alone has ... read more

NHS and technology: Making the case for innovation

System crashes are a regular occurrence, he admitted, as the health service clings to technologies long abandoned by everyone else. "The NHS is one of the biggest buyers of fax machines on the ... The ... read more



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