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Windows 10 security and privacy: An in-depth review and analysis
As Windows 10 approaches its one year anniversary, it is interesting to take a look at how far the operating system has come.
Potential Windows zero-day security exploit worth $90,000 on underground market
A single Windows zero-day vulnerability could be sold amongst the underground cybercrime market, potentially affecting more than 1.5 billion users.
More than 70% of Windows environments are at risk, survey finds
"The survey results also indicate that Windows environments are far from being secure, and improved overall visibility is essential."
Windows 10 active on 300 million devices, paid version coming soon
With the one year anniversary of Windows 10 on the horizon, Microsoft has announced that the operating system is now active on 300 million devices.
New Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps coming to Windows 10
Microsoft recently announced a fleet of apps designed specifically for Windows 10 from the social media heavyweights.
Three steps to compliance for end-of-life systems
Each time a vendor terminates support for an OS or solution, organisations are put at risk of failing to meet regulatory and compliance mandates.
Flexera identifies top PC vulnerabilities for Aussie users
“Companies and individuals can substantially reduce the likelihood of a successful attack by diligently applying vulnerability patches."
Microsoft brings the power of IoT to the manufacturing industry
"Microsoft's support of OPC UA in Azure IoT and Windows IoT will reduce barriers to industrial IoT adoption and help deliver immediate value."
Windows 10, Office 365 and Minecraft at the heart of Microsoft's education push
The updates include new experiences for Windows 10, an education edition of Minecraft, the launch of Classroom and Forms, and LMS integration.
QuickTime for Windows could be an accident waiting to happen
Trend Micro has discovered two new, critical vulnerabilities affecting QuickTime for Windows, which Apple will no longer be supporting.
Windows to dominate detachable tablet market
Demand for detachable tablets is set to bolster Windows tablet play, with Windows devices expected to dominate the detachable market come 2020.
Educators choose Windows 10 over any other platform
“With all new Windows 10 devices tailor made for education and perfect for students, we are seeing strong demand for Windows 10 in the classroom."
End of Support for Windows 7 and 8.1 might be sooner than you think
“In clarifying this policy, we are prioritising transparency with enterprises on where to find the highest reliability and best supported devices."
2015 not so great for PC market as shipments plunge
The PC market continued its downward trajectory in 2015, with mobiles, tablets and Windows 10 contributing to the decline.
Windows 10 enterprise migration 'fastest yet' says Gartner
Gartner is forecasting enterprise migration to Windows 10 'will be the fastest yet', opening the door for resellers, so what's driving demand?
Windows 10 to be rolled out across Australian university
Windows 10 will be rolled out to about 10,000 devices across the University of Newcastle campus by the end of 2016.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft extend partnership
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft have deepened their partnership on Windows 10 with new Cloud Productivity and Mobility Solution Offerings.
Windows 10 enterprise ready with new update
Microsoft says its new Windows 10 update means the company ‘can confidently recommend Windows 10 deployment to whole organisations'.
Windows 10 now enterprise ready; Cortana says g’day
Microsoft says its new Windows 10 update means it can now ‘confidently recommend Windows 10 deployment to whole organisations'.
Microsoft ramps up Windows 10 upgrade push
Microsoft is changing its approach to Windows 10 upgrades, with the vendor ‘re-categorising’ Windows 10 as a recommended update from early next year.
New Windows 10 security solutions from ESET released
Anti-virus security firm ESET has announced the availability of its new security solutions for Windows home users.
Specialist Windows 10 training for Kiwi businesses
With Windows 10 landing, Auldhouse Computer Training is offering NZ businesses training courses to help their staff master the new operating system.
Industry trends MSPs need to get their heads around - fast!
These activities are critical to ensuring that the MSP remains perpetually valuable to customers and profitable as a business.
Mobile networks infected by Windows and PC devices
Alcatel-Lucent malware report shows significant rise in mobile infections via PCs and adware in first six months of 2015.