Tag: Microsoft Corporation

30
Jan

How important is managing your IT assets?

If asset management was fun, everyone would be doing it. Managing inventories or counting stock on shelves is not that exciting. Neither is keeping track of your computer systems, software licenses and any other asset found on your computer network. We all know that it is important, especially tracking software compliances; but it never makes it to the top of

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12
Dec

Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for December 2012

  Issued: December 12, 2012  As your trusted Microsoft Partner, we would like to share these important security bulletins with you.  The information contained within these security bulletins is vital to maintaining a secure environment for both your computers and your network.  If you have any questions about the security of your business network, please…

4
Dec

The END is near for Windows XP

Are you still hanging onto Windows XP? If your business is like many across the country, Windows XP desktop computers are still widely used by the majority of your staff. Windows XP is perhaps Microsoft’s greatest success story. This legendary …

26
Nov

What the experts say about Windows 8

We stumbled across this article today in ZDNet on what the experts are saying about Windows 8. It is interesting to see what long time users are saying about Windows 8 and what features they love and the items they miss.  These are real life Windows 8 stories.  These 6 users are using Windows 8…

7
Nov

Windows 8 Upgrade: A Step by step guide

If you are planning to upgrade from the previous versions of Windows to the new Windows 8, this is the article you must read. Upgrading to Windows 8 is quite easy if you can follow some easy and simple tips. …

6
Nov

Initiating the era of touch computing with Windows 8

The new version of Windows, Windows 8, has been already revealed to the marketplace, and everyone now knows about the features and functions of this newest edition of Windows from Microsoft. However, people are now brainstorming about the future of …

2
Nov

Revamped Windows 8 might be too fiddly for habituated users

The new look of Windows 8, which was revealed recently, has already raised a few eyebrows. It is without a doubt, one of the biggest renovations from Microsoft, which has shred most its popular features and functions. This move from …

30
Oct

Windows 8 is Microsoft’s Truly Social Media Friendly Operating System

The new Windows 8 has more than 300 features in it which make it more productive, efficient and useful. However, most of the users and testers would agree that the new operating system is more suitable for a touch computer or a smartphone, and it is really awesome for social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter,…

26
Oct

Windows 8 Not What Expected – neither was Windows 95

Those who have tried the preview of the Windows 8 operating system are less than pleased. In fact, what was supposed to bring together Microsoft’s PCs, tablets and phones has PC users confused.  Remember back in the mid 90′s, Windows 95 caused the same confusion and went on to be the industry desktop standard for…

25
Oct

Asian response to iPad mini Lukewarm

People love the convenience of tablets. They can shove them into briefcases or hand bags and go on their merry way. E-readers are even easier to transport because they’re smaller. It’s no wonder that everyone wants a piece of the tablet and e-reader pie. According to a Wall Street Journal report, Apple’s new iPad mini…

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