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A recent survey by Igloo found that a significant portion of employees at any workplace will 'upgrade' their software environment in order to actually get their job done, with obvious security implications.

A recent survey of 2000 PC users found it took just 60 seconds for tempers to rise over a slow or frozen computer. This was experienced by around half of the responders. Almost always, a RAM upgrade was the solution.

Researchers at Warwick Business School have found that in the five years after a cyber incident, shareholders suffered, but the pay of chief executives increased.

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