"ID No",Subject,"Article text","For more",Employee,Public,Approved,Distribute,Created,Modified,"Created by",Session,"Temp Session",Deleted 1:id_number,"Powered by the webBRIEFCASE Toolkit:text","

This website is powered by webBRIEFCASE's own content management system (CMS): webBRIEFCASE Toolkits. The toolkits can be used to kick-start the build of web portals and collaborative websites for projects and groups: departments, teams, etc.

The CMS is packed with business features including:

webBRIEFCASE Toolkit websites include hosting and toolkit software start at:

webBRIEFCASE Toolkit websites include: FREE bug fixes, enhancements and e-mail support.

Contact support@webBRIEFCASE.com for more information or telephone 07540 725213 during office hours.

The design and prioritisation of webBRIEFCASE Toolkit solutions - is at the discretion of webBRIEFCASE. 

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2:id_number,"CW: Apple denies creating backdoor for NSA:text","Apple has denied working with the US National Security Agency (NSA) to create a backdoor in any of its products. The denial follows the release of documents by security researcher Jacob Appelbaum that suggest there were plans to develop software to give the NSA remote access to Apple devices, the Guardian has reported.:textarea",http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240211856/Apple-denies-creating-backdoor-for-NSA?asrc=EM_EDA_25928621&utm_medium=EM&utm_source=EDA&utm_campaign=20140102_Snapchat%20hackers%20expose%20details%20of%204.6%20million%20users_:url,:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-01-06 13:18:34:created","2017-09-23 15:26:01:modified",1:created_by,:session,00856111832234674821:session,y:checkbox
3:id_number,"Intel + McAfee = Intel Security:text","The chief executive of Intel, Brian Krzanich, has announced at CES 2014 that McAfee will be rebranded as Intel Security:textarea",http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/ces/10556534/CES-2014-Intels-security-rebranding-sheds-Mcafee-name.html:url,:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-01-08 10:01:43:created","2017-09-23 15:26:46:modified",1:created_by,48386739596764499526:session,00856111832234674821:session,y:checkbox
4:id_number,"IE market share at less than 10%:text","According to W3Schools - Browser Stats, Internet Explorer dropped its market share to single figures at 9% in December 2013. Although considered a standard by some multi-national organisations, Internet Explorer has continued to lose ground over recent years, while Chrome has gained. Perhaps the main reason why it hasn't declined faster is because of large companies no permitting their staff by default, to change their browser?:textarea",http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-02-01 09:54:56:created","2017-09-23 15:26:49:modified",1:created_by,44681436542725552954:session,18272749227463538812:session,y:checkbox
5:id_number,"Apple shares fall almost 9% in 3 months:text","Apple shares fell almost 9% in after-hours trading despite reporting record quarterly revenue of $57.6bn for the three months ending 28 December 2013. Although revenue for the quarter was up from $54.5bn for the same period a year ago, investors were unhappy that net profit remained unchanged at $13.1bn.:textarea",http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240213259/Apple-shares-down-on-flat-profits?asrc=EM_ERU_26392027&utm_medium=EM&utm_source=ERU&utm_campaign=20140131_ERU%20Transmission%20for%2001/31/2014%20(UserUniverse:%20638501)_myka-reports@techtarget.com&src=5:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-02-01 10:08:12:created","2017-09-23 15:26:53:modified",1:created_by,44681436542725552954:session,18272749227463538812:session,y:checkbox
8:id_number,"Chrome Remote Desktop:text","

After quite some time looking into free remote desktop solutions for controlling a remote PC but without a need for Administrator rights on that remote PC (since such rights are not always available), we found: Chrome Remote Desktop. 

  1. Simply install from the Chrome web store on the local and remote PCs
  2. Click on "Share" on the remote PC. You will be provided with an "Access code"
  3. Click on "Access" on the local PC and enter the access code
  4. The remote PC can now be controlled. Simple!

The only potential "downside" is a security feature whereby the user on the remote computer will be periodically asked to confirm that they're still OK for the computer to be remotely controlled. Some people may consider this as annoying if they wish to control a computer for a long time and that computer unattended.

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9:id_number,"webBRIEFCASE Survey Tool:text","

webBRIEFCASE is pleased to announce the launch of the webBRIEFCASE Survey Tool: a general purpose application for creating and publishing surveys. The tool is part of the webBRIEFCASE Toolkit suite of business software.

You need to be a registered user to create a survey. Registration on this website is FREE, simply supply your e-mail address and a password at the top right of the page.

The FREE version of the Survey Tool requires that you create the survey yourself, although you can contact us for assistance if you spot a defect or would like to suggest an enhancement . The survey can be used for up to 2 weeks for market research campaigns, quizzes / tests (e.g. homework), auditing, etc with a maximum of 100 responses per day. After the 100 responses, a message will be shown stating that the response limit has been reached.

For surveys to be created by webBRIEFCASE, or for longer than 2 weeks of use or for a more than 100 responses per day, a webBRIEFCASE Survey Tool License or webBRIEFCASE Business Website is required, and consultancy support.

Use of the survey tool is subject to our fair use policy.

:textarea",?wB_tool=wB_survey:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-03-30 23:40:50:created","2014-03-30 15:46:41:modified",1:created_by,:session,20749530126750767878:session,:checkbox
10:id_number,"Microsoft Office for iPad:text","Microsoft Office is now available for iPad in the App Store providing you with cloud access to Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), PowerPoint (presentations).

Also available are OneNote (structured note taking), Lync (instant messaging) and OneDrive (file sharing).:textarea",http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/mobile/:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-03-31 16:15:19:created","2017-09-23 15:26:58:modified",1:created_by,32358774167154784247:session,39484838294692082661:session,y:checkbox
11:id_number,"What do you want?:text","

Need some custom software, but have a restricted budget? In some situations (i.e. at our discretion) we can build it for you for FREE. In others, the cost would be far less than you would expect.

We have a dedicated in-house software development team who can quickly put solutions together. Simply tell us what you need. High level requirements discussions are free and carry no obligation.

Click on the "For more" link.

:textarea",http://www.webbriefcase.com/sd_dev_786/?wB_table=wB_survey&wB_action_id=10&wB_action=show:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-03 19:10:41:created","2014-04-03 11:11:22:modified",1:created_by,:session,13957177662184938053:session,:checkbox
12:id_number,"Mozilla Chairman Steps Down:text","Brendan Eich has stepped down as Mozilla’s CEO. Find out more on the Mozilla blog.:textarea",http://mzl.la/1hFwbOP:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-04 11:21:39:created","2017-09-23 15:27:55:modified",1:created_by,19898924167307978745:session,13957177662184938053:session,y:checkbox
13:id_number,"Don't forget the Easter break!:text","Don't forget - it's a UK bank holiday on Friday 18th April and Monday 21st April. Put it in your diary, decline any meetings on those days, and check that your project plans have excluded them. Then, plan your fun!:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-04 11:33:58:created","2017-09-23 15:27:59:modified",1:created_by,19898924167307978745:session,13957177662184938053:session,y:checkbox
14:id_number,"BBC: All you need to know about the Heartbleed bug:text","

This week it has emerged that a major security flaw at the heart of the internet may have been exposing users' personal information and passwords to hackers for the past two years.

It is not known how widely the bug has been exploited, if at all, but what is clear is that it is one of the biggest security issues to have faced the internet to date.:textarea",http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-26969629:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-11 09:37:18:created","2017-09-23 15:59:34:modified",1:created_by,49718586689922480552:session,74600026719961713042:session,y:checkbox
15:id_number,"Moodle 2.7:text","Moodle (virtual learning environment - VLE) are expecting to release version 2.7 in May and are looking for volunteers for testing. Click on the link for more.:textarea",https://moodle.org/news/:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-22 18:19:31:created","2017-09-23 15:59:32:modified",1:created_by,97253783296616187711:session,52101323594636530106:session,y:checkbox
16:id_number,"Computer Weekly: New iOS malware:text","

A newly-discovered malware dubbed Unflod Baby Panda is stealing Apple ID credentials from jailbroken iPhones and iPads, warn security researchers.

Click here to read more on ComputerWeekly.com

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17:id_number,"Microsoft acquires Nokia:text","Microsoft has completed the acquisition of the Nokia Devices and Services business. See: Microsoft's article.:textarea",http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/press/2014/apr14/04-25nokiapr.aspx:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-27 23:55:56:created","2017-09-23 15:59:28:modified",1:created_by,97253783296616187711:session,52101323594636530106:session,y:checkbox
18:id_number,"Stop using Microsoft's IE browser until bug is fixed, US and UK warn:text","The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) and the UK counterpart say that some users should consider using an alternate browser until the zero-day defect is fixed, which affects all major versions of the browser from the past decade. The flaw allows a hacker to install malware on your PC and gain control.:textarea",http://www.cnet.com/uk/news/stop-using-ie-until-bug-is-fixed-says-us/?tag=nl.e703&s_cid=e703&ttag=e703&ftag=CAD090e536:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-29 22:41:41:created","2017-09-23 15:59:30:modified",1:created_by,97253783296616187711:session,52101323594636530106:session,y:checkbox
19:id_number,"Get the new Firefox 29:text","Firefox 29 sports an elegant new design and enhanced customization features. Click on the link to see more information, or download at www.getfirefox.com.:textarea",https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2014/04/29/mozilla-introduces-the-most-customizable-firefox-ever-with-an-elegant-new-design/:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-04-29 23:30:03:created","2017-09-23 15:59:27:modified",1:created_by,97253783296616187711:session,52101323594636530106:session,y:checkbox
20:id_number,"Display your A3 HSE Poster:text","

Click on the poster image to purchase an A3 Helth & Safety Executive (HSE) poster for your office.

You are required to display this for your employees.

:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-05-29 10:39:30:created","2014-05-29 02:43:05:modified",1:created_by,:session,95760361515151499661:session,:checkbox
21:id_number,"Updated Home Page:text","

"webBRIEFCASEWe've updated our web Home Page at www.webBRIEFCASE.com. Please take a look. Any comments / suggestions you send through to support@webBRIEFCASE.com will be appreciated.

:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-06-12 16:09:53:created","2017-09-23 16:01:44:modified",1:created_by,:session,93239732728292726962:session,y:checkbox
22:id_number,"HLE vs Estimate vs Quote - don't get caught out!:text","
An estimate is an indication of cost (cash and/or time) required to complete an activity. An estimate is not guaranteed and has the potential to change throughout the duration of the activity. Most reputable organisations would notify you before any change, and the reason(s) for that change.
A high-level estimate is provided before thorough investigations have been done. e.g. "I'll build you an extension. The last extension I build (Without going into detail) cost £15,000 - so my high-level estimate for you is £15,000."
A detailed estimate however, is more reliable and often includes a break-down of the features of the estimate. "So, although we previously quoted £15,000 as a high-level estimate for your extension, you have told me you'd like traditional roofing slates, an extra large window, under-floor heating, and a wet room. Here's a detailed estimate for £19,000."
A quote is slightly more reliable in an estimate, in that, unless you change anything significant, you're likely to pay the price quoted. So if the detailed estimate for £19,000 becomes a quote - then you're likely to pay £19,000 even if the extension building takes longer (and therefore more man-hours) to complete. If you add a requirement for another room however, that's a significant change, and you would be likely to pay more.
A fixed-price quote is an agreement that the goods/services will definitely be provided to you at the quoted price. The provider of goods/services will have investigated that, even if the most expensive of goods are provided, or the highest quality of finish is required, the price will remain the same. Usually - any potential variations in price (e.g. what type of shower is required) will have been agreed before the work starts.


:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-06-13 11:53:36:created","2017-09-24 00:35:20:modified",1:created_by,:session,62117772615968532106:session,:checkbox
24:id_number,"Implement a login system for your website:text","

This article takes you through the creation of a very simple login system. These instructions assume that you have PHP available on your website, and that you are able to run such scripts. This version of the login system is very simplistic, and not very secure. A more complex / secure version will be made available on request.


Create a file called session.php. This will show a login form and check the login details which are supplied.

$email     = $_POST["email"];
$password = $_POST["password"];
$login = $_POST["login"];
$logout = $_POST["logout"];
$logged_in = $_POST["logged_in"];

if ($logout) {
$email = "";
$password = "";
$logged_in = "";

$show_form = "y";
if ($email == "") {
if ($login) {
?>Please supply your e-mail address
else {
if ($password == "") {
if ($login) {
?>Please supply your password
else {
if (
($email == "[EMAIL_ADDRESS"]" && $password == "[PASSWORD]")
($email == "[EMAIL_ADDRESS"]" && $password == "[PASSWORD]")
# Add more here
) {
$show_form = ""; # Don't show the form
         ?>Logged in as <?php echo $email; ?><br>
<input type="submit" name="logout" value="Logout">

# Determine some user privileges...
if (
$email == "[EMAIL_ADDRESS]"
|| $email == "[EMAIL_ADDRESS]
) {
$administrator = "y";
elseif (
$email = "[EMAIL_ADDRESS]"
|| $email = "[EMAIL_ADDRESS]"
$can_post = "y";
else {
?>Login failed

if ($show_form) {
e-Mail: <input type="text" name="email" value="<?php echo $email; ?>">
<input type="password" name="password">
<input type="submit" name="login" value="Login">

Use the script

Add the following to each page / script you want to be protected with login...

require_once "session.php";

if ($logged_in) {

   if ($administrator) {

      ?>You are an administrator



else {

   ?>Please login



:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-04 17:00:14:created","2014-07-04 09:06:13:modified",1:created_by,:session,53766382762721312423:session,:checkbox
25:id_number,"Introduction to programming at code.org:text","

learn.code.org is a great introduction to programming. It's so high profile it even has at least one video from Mark Zuckerberg of facebook. Use jigsaw pieces to construct simple programs which complete simple tasks. The concept is based on scratch which could be your next port of call after completing the lessons.

Let us know what you think.

:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-06 19:08:50:created","2014-07-06 11:09:29:modified",1:created_by,:session,98344384007068173898:session,:checkbox
26:id_number,"How to banish Metro from your Windows 8 PC forever:text","

Checkout this PC World article of banishing Metro from your Windows 8 PC. Metro is the tablet (but not PC) friendly interface Microsoft introduced, but wish was badly received.

:textarea",http://www.pcworld.com/article/2027945/how-to-banish-metro-from-your-windows-8-pc-forever.html:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-06 19:32:03:created","2017-09-23 15:57:56:modified",1:created_by,:session,98344384007068173898:session,y:checkbox
27:id_number,"iPhone 6 potential launch date:text","
Post by T3.
:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-06 19:54:49:created","2017-09-23 15:57:53:modified",1:created_by,:session,98344384007068173898:session,y:checkbox
28:id_number,"iWatch release date rumours:text","
I'm sure some of you will be interested in the iWatch and there are already competitors on the market. Visit the page below (see: Link) for more information on Macworld.
Post by Web Briefcase Ltd.
:textarea",http://www.macworld.co.uk/news/apple/apple-iwatch-release-date-rumours-pictures-3425479/:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-07 09:24:56:created","2017-09-23 15:57:47:modified",1:created_by,52150877306754933710:session,98344384007068173898:session,y:checkbox
29:id_number,"Looking to buy new technology? Ask us for advice:text","If you're looking to buy some technology: PC, laptop, tablet, phone, software, etc - why not benefit from our vast technical knowledge and experience? We do know our stuff. Simply contact us.

The advice is provided free, as is and without warranty.:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-08 12:20:19:created","2017-09-23 15:57:50:modified",1:created_by,42196654557182931175:session,48756316748905628405:session,y:checkbox
30:id_number,"Parts of a computer:text","

""You may find this useful when purchasing or upgrading a PC (personal computer). Here is some information about each of the components. If you need more information, contact us by e-mail. We will try to add more information and images with time.

Form factor, Case

Operating System

The most popular operating system is Windows. Windows 7 is great. Windows 8 includes a new tablet friendly interface which has cause a lot of controversy. Any older version of Windows, e.g. XP, Vista, etc - should not be considered unless absolutely necessary.

If you wish to upgrade Windows, make sure you check the minimum requirements regarding memory and disk space, and that your other components are compatible.

Linux is an alternative operating system to Windows, but there are lots of versions available, and it's not that easy to choose the best (we recommend Ubuntu, but not as a result of rigorous testing!) Linux does not natively run Microsoft Office - the de facto standard word processing and spreadsheet application, but there are alternatives including Google Docs, OpenOffice, LibreOffice, etc.


The motherboard is the central nervous system of computer system and is what the components including the processor (brain) connect to for power, instructions, data communications, etc.

AMD is lower cost than Intel, but Intel appears to perform better generally but there are probably exceptions.

With Intel try i3, i5 and i7 indicates increasing performance (and price). Try for i5 or better.


Memory, RAM (Random Access Memory)

The more RAM, the faster the PC (generally). 1GB (one gigabyte) should be considered a minimum for a standard PC user. Less may be OK for a tablet / netbook. 4GB or more for a power user. 

Memory should not be confused with storage / disk space. Memory is must faster that disk. Applications for loaded from disk into memory to make them work faster. Because memory is faster, it's more expensive.

Memory can be upgraded, however, the rules for this would be for a separate article.

Graphics Card, Graphics Adapter, Display

The graphics adapter sends the images / video to the display screen. For basic use, a VGA connector should be all you need to consider, since VGA is the standard for monitors. For higher end users, e.g. gamers - you should look for an PC with more graphics memory.

Storage, Hard Disk Drive (HDD), Solid State Drive (SDD)

Your applications and data are stored on the hard disk drive or solid state drive SDD. The size is measured in GB (gigabytes). The more the better, however, large hard disk drives tend to increase the price of the PC. 64GB should be considered a bare minimum. 1TB is good for storing lots of photos and videos. 

Solid state drives (SSD) will make your PC run much faster than a hard disk drives (HDD), but SSDs are more expensive and smaller. 

If you don't have enough storage space, you can usually increase it with an external hard drive or large USB memory stick.

See also: Memory, RAM above.

Optical drives: CD, DVD, BluRay

If you are likely to need to play DVD's, BluRay disks, you will need to ensure the PC includes this type of drive. You may also consider writing disks aswell, so look for RW (read / write).


To connect your PC to your home network / the Internet, you are likely to need a Wifi network adapter (wireless) or ethernet (wired) network adapter. Ethernet is usually faster and more reliable, especially for streamed videos, however, you would need to connect the PC to your router in the same room, unless you wish to wire up your house with a network. That can be expensive.

More to follow ref: Wireless G, Wireless N, etc.

Consider bluetooth if you wish to use a wireless headset, wireless keyboard + mouse, or connect your phone.

Keyboard / Mouse

A keyboard and mouse is not always supplied with a PC, and is hardly every supplied with a laptop sice they're build in (touchpad rather than mouse). When purchasing a keyboard and mouse, consider whether you want wired or wireless. If you choose wireless, go for one which states it will have a long battery life, otherwise, you'll be changing batteries very regularly.

USB Ports

A USB port is the standard way of connecting devices such as keyboards, mice, external hard disk drives, phones, etc - to your PC. Some laptops only have around 3 ports, and this is just about enough (keyboard, mouse, phone). But you may find yourself wanting more. Either choose a PC with more ports, or consider a USB Hub. Low cost USB hubs can be very unreliable. Try to get a powered USB hub.

Sound, Speakers

Although most PCs are supplied with a sound card and ports (e.g. a speaker and headphone socket), some are not supplied with speakers and you will need to purchase these separately.

Accessories, Peripherals

Other things to consider are: External hard disk, printer, webcam, etc.

:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-09 11:35:31:created","2014-07-11 04:41:50:modified",1:created_by,:session,63360177703988816240:session,:checkbox
31:id_number,"webBRIEFCASE Activities Toolkit v1.1 Launched:text","webBRIEFCASE is very pleased to announce the launch of the webBRIEFCASE Activities Toolkit v1.1 application. A collaborative activity management application.

Due to budget constraints, most organisations do not have sufficient staff to deal with the workload. It's just an accepted fact, and most people ""just get on with it"" as best they can, running reactively from one critical activity to the next at full speed, but forgetting activities on the way and annoying colleagues and customers. Worse still, people can sometimes become so overloaded, that they don't know where to start, and get nothing done.

Typical scenarios include: I asked John to paint that wall...

All of this causes stress, a breakdown in goodwill and worse still - loss of business.

The webBRIEFCASE Activities Toolkit is designed to facilitate collaborative working. It enables people to record and prioritize their own activities and to assign activities to others. Administrators can see all activities, and can assist in prioritization and resolution.

The Toolkit is available as part of the webBRIEFCASE Toolkit and includes a 1 month FREE trial (a hosting platform is required - FREE limited hosting is available for sole traders), then just £12 / year per user (equates to £1 / month) + VAT.

The webBRIEFCASE Toolkit also includes the webBRIEFCASE Website Toolkit Content Management System (CMS) and webBRIEFCASE Address Book Toolkit for contact management.

To get your webBRIEFCASE Toolkit, contact webBRIEFCASE and supply your name, company name and telephone number, and we'll call you back.:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-11 19:27:30:created","2014-07-11 11:27:30:modified",1:created_by,46093686192491073280:session,83950026071915552177:session,:checkbox
32:id_number,"webBRIEFCASE Service Desk:text","

webBRIEFCASE Service Desk is available to all UK organisations. We are here to support you with your business and IT needsTry it now: Call us FREE on 07540 725213 to introduce yourself and find out how we can support you.

To use the Service Desk, either:

  1. Register and login (the form is shown at the top of each page). Once you have logged in, click on the "Support" option in the menu (left of the page). Add a new activity providing as much detail as you can.
  2. OR e-mail support@webBRIEFCASE.com
  3. OR telephone 07540 725213.

We will confirm the details of your requirement, and provide an estimate / quote if one if necessary. Much of what we offer is either FREE or very low cost, but still very high quality.

:textarea",:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-15 12:11:32:created","2017-09-24 15:37:32:modified",1:created_by,:session,93405960307399154844:session,:checkbox
33:id_number,"Microsoft to cut thousands of jobs:text","Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Thursday laid out plan to cut as many as 18,000 jobs in the next year. A majority of the job cuts will come from the recently acquired Nokia devices and services unit.:textarea",http://www.cnet.com/uk/news/microsoft-confirms-plans-to-cut-18000-jobs-in-the-next-year/?tag=nl.e498&s_cid=e498&ttag=e498&ftag=CADf0e22bf:url,y:permission,y:permission,y:approved,:approved,"2014-07-17 14:02:10:created","2017-09-23 15:57:34:modified",1:created_by,02340459184518165854:session,72730348648583757700:session,y:checkbox
36:id_number,"New Risk Response Categories table created:text","

A new Risk Response Categories table has been created as part of the webBRIEFCASE Prince2 Project Management Toolkit (under development). Click here.

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""With PortableApps you can take your apps with you by installing the specially packaged apps on (for example) a USB memory stick. The PortableApps installer makes it easy to select with apps to install.

Visit PortableApps.

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38:id_number,"Project Management Office (PMO) tables:text","

Our webBRIEFCASE Project Portfolio Toolkit includes:

The webBRIEFCASE Toolkits portfolio has been created as a live example.

If you are interested in our Project Management Office (PMO) Toolkit or Project Management Toolkit, please contact us. Telephone 07540 725213 for a free, no obligation discussion.

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44:id_number,"Project Brief / BOSCARD:text","

A Project Brief provides a concise summary description of a project. Ideally presented as a one-pager, it consists of a BOSCARD:

Support is available at standard consultancy rates to help you to prepare a professional project brief, or for an expert critique of your draft project brief before you present it to your project board members, saving you potential embarrassment.

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39:id_number,"Learn how to use Keepass:text","

Learn how to use KeePass! A portable password manager. https://t.co/TOcAleBbLA pic.twitter.com/1yprUZlb6W

— sourceforge (@sourceforge) July 16, 2015
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40:id_number,"Reserve your FREE upgrade to Windows 10:text","

Reserve your free upgrade to Windows 10 http://t.co/ESEuAKLlTZ

— Web Briefcase Ltd (@webbriefcaseltd) July 18, 2015
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41:id_number,"Group Documentation and Tools Checklist:text","

webBRIEFCASE's Group Documentation and Tools Checklist can be used to:

The checklist is available FREE to webBRIEFCASE Professional account holders.

A webBRIEFCASE Professional Account costs just £25 + VAT / year. With an account, you also receive:

The checklist has been pre-populated with commonly used document titles. We will add links to templates and tools for each entry. You can also request them.

Click this link to see the Group Documentation and Tools checklist template or see the preview below. Professional account holders can create (and edit) a copy of the document and complete the "Status" column.

Here is a preview of the checklist.


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42:id_number,"Activity Statuses:text","The Activity Statuses table has been enhanced.

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43:id_number,"Open SSH vulnerability allows brute force attack:text","

OpenSSH software which is in very common use on Internet based (e.g. Linux) servers, allows the login grace time to be overriden. This opens to door for a brute force password cracking attempt. Read more...

Open SSH bug opens brute force attack window http://t.co/iZ76VNAgJ3 #malware #openssh pic.twitter.com/S5ucRRenSj

— ESET (@ESET) July 24, 2015
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