The Irish Data Protection Commission launched an investigation into the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection last year after it discovered a senior official changed an online declaration that said it collected biometric data. #GDPR #DPO #fg https://t.co/oE1afQAIYj
18 Aug 2019
Want more #effective #meetings? Learn these 3 rules from #Microsoft's #CEO Satya Nadella: 1. Listen more. 2. Talk less. 3. Be decisive when the time comes. Read more details: https://t.co/G2IeLuJtEG
17 Aug 2019
Dutch police #politie helped 300 Dutch #GandCrab-#ransomware victims deciphering their files. They would otherwise have to pay $600 each to the criminals to (probably) get their files back. See the police website: https://t.co/6BidHY9Gr8 or Dutch news: https://t.co/bgLRUdfHGz
15 Aug 2019
Andrea presents some features one can look out for when choosing a more secure messenger service, there is yet no perfect solution. More and more German companies are banning whatsapp because of gdpr. https://t.co/G3716qWy1v
12 Aug 2019
According to @SkyNews: 'Whitehall' (metonym for the British civil service & government) "leaked" a slide about the first month after no deal Brexit. @privacypros they expect a Personal Data transfer shutdown enforced by EU regulators within 2 weeks. Thx @Femi_Sorry 4 alerting us. https://t.co/oN7rl5mBQ5 https://t.co/W6KieGKA4V
02 Aug 2019
Microsoft has provided the Problem Steps Recorder to help service desks and programmers to find a runtime bug.Prior to Windows 7, Windows Error Reporting (WER) collected error reports that indicated problems in need of repair. These error reports contain helpful information that describes the general nature of a problem, but not enough information to determine its root cause. For that, developers need a tool to reproduce the crash/hang scenario for debugging.
A new application, Problem Steps Recorder (PSR.exe), is shipping on all builds of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and the server operatingsystems Windows 2008r2, Windows 2012 R2 and Windows 2016. This feature enables the collection of the actions performed by a user while encountering a crash so that testers and developers can reproduce the situation for analysis and debugging.
Problem Steps Recorder during recording.
How to start the Problem Steps Recorder
Press Windows key + "R"or
type "PSR" and press "Enter"
Click the Windows Start buttonThis product is also very handy to quickly produce an end-users manual. It also collects information about data entered, dialog and windows names and the context of the pressed, selected or clicked GUI elements. Images and texts are placed in a HTML form and compressed in a ZIP file.
in the search box type "problem step" and click the program "Record steps to reproduce a problem"
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