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Happy New Year

Welcome to our weekly news roundup where we highlight our top stories of the week. In the new year we talked about Dangerous People on the Internet in Year 2022. But in the network there is no shortage of new sources of instability and disruption. Our picks for 2022 ranged across Sam Bankman-Fried, Elon Musk, DeSnake, Lazarus, Conti, and APT 1.

As year 2022 ended, many across the globe are wondering what the two rival superpowers have planned for 2023. What Next can we expect: Cybercrime from Russia and China. The Russian-Chinese partnership may once have been a rocky alliance and both countries can combine expertise in the cyber world as each tries to claim its claim on the global stage.

We all thought 2022 was going to be a big year for VR and AR and even the metaverse, which is a buzzword for how the world's internet and virtual communities, including social media could evolve. 2023: Could be the make or break year for Metaverse. As for the metaverse, it only goes as far as mass social adoption.

With an explosion of online shopping, boosted first by restrictions and then by stimulus money, the company's profits increased during the year. Amazon's growth stalled in mid-2021, and in early 2022 it posted its first loss in seven years. Amazon says is moving forward with the purchase of One Medical which offers primary care clinics and telehealth services.

We further discussed about how Sharing of Netflix password may be illegal. Sharing passwords to online streaming services like Netflix is ​​against the law, according to the government agency. There is no evidence that any of the major UK streaming video operators would do this.

Technology services partners such as MSPs and MSSPs are essential for many organisations as their IT environments become more complex and security threats become more prominent. Just as organisations expect service providers to make things easier, service providers need solutions that enable better and more efficient results. BackBox focus on Quality of Life for It's service providers.

Our last story featured our predictions for 2023 technology trends. The digital experience of customers and end users is now a key driver of business success, and "experience" will become the new key in the coming months. As we look to the year ahead, we would see a shift in connectivity, applications and security, delivery and consumption.

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