Tag: FTP clients

11
Oct

What business can expect with Windows 8

Windows 8 from Microsoft is without a doubt, a big gamble. The software giant finally released the Windows 8 to PC manufacturing on August 1, 2012, and the final build was also made available in TechNet or MSDN for download. People can instantly see a number of surprises in this new OS, both positive and…

3
Oct

Is your business ready for Internet Explorer 10

With the upcoming release of Windows 8, Internet Explorer is gearing up for one of its biggest updates yet. Internet Explorer 10 offers some interesting changes without changing so much that die-hard fans will feel lost. If you are unfamiliar with what the Windows 8 experience promises, the main difference is the “Metro UI” mode….

19
Sep

Will your business be more secure if you abandon Internet Explorer?

The german government urges residents to abandon Internet Explorer and Microsoft scrambles to find a fix. Late Sep. 17, 2012, Microsoft detected a bug in its Internet Explorer 9 browser. The bug could make users’ computers vulnerable to cyber attacks and viruses. Because Internet Explorer 9 is one of the most popular browsers around, this…

11
Jul

It is Microsoft Patch Tuesday

From Naked Security by Sophos As always Microsoft has released a batch of fixes for its products on the second Tuesday of the month. This month there are eight patches for Windows and one for Macintosh. The most awaited fix is MS12-043 that closes a hole in Microsoft XML services that has been exploited in the…

29
Mar

IE 10 and the Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Those who have already downloaded and started using Microsoft’s Windows 8 consumer preview may have noticed that the Metro-style version of Internet Explorer 10 has some new features that didn’t appear in the developer’s preview that Microsoft released back in September 2011. For example, IE 10 will have both the Metro Style touch version, which…

15
Feb

Microsoft Moves to Eliminate Threats

On February 14, 2012, Microsoft published two security bulletins, which you can read here and here, about vulnerabilities in several of its software products such as Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 2 and Windows 7 for x64-based systems and Windows 7 for x64-based systems Service Pack 1, all of which received…

7
Dec

Google Chrome overtakes Firefox

The holiday season is almost here and it is one reason to rejoice for most of us. Chrome, however, has more than one reason to be happy. According to StatCounter, a Web analytics company, Google Chrome has finally surpassed Mozilla Firefox to become the second most used web browser in the world. This doesn’t come across as a surprise, though.

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