Tag: Microsoft Windows

18
Feb

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…

16
Oct

Sneak Peek with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3

What is in upcoming Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 service pack 3? Microsoft officials recently announced that the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 is almost ready. They also mentioned their plan to release the new service pack 3 or SP3 by the first quarter of 2013 as well. Meanwhile, they had no problems in…

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….

4
Sep

Crisis: Threatening Your Virtual Machines

The virtual machines and networks have been free from any malware attack and threats so far. However, we have recently found a new breed of malware that can not only attack Windows and Mac OS X but also infect other environments including virtual machines as well. This malware is known as Crisis or Morcut which…

24
Jul

Microsoft Office on over 1 Billion computers

The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, from July 8-12, 2012, was an exciting event for both Microsoft and its partners. It gave Microsoft a chance to make many announcements, some of which Microsoft partners have eagerly anticipated. It also gave partners a chance to talk with Microsoft representatives, who they might not otherwise have access to,…

23
Jul

The Best Photo Editing Software For Small Business

Whether you love or hate taking photos, you probably don’t care too much for the photo-editing process regardless of what kind of computer you edit them on. Terry Lane, in his article for the Sydney Morning Herald, reviewed what he thinks are the top photo-editing software programs available today. PhotoScape – PhotoScape is free to…

15
Jun

Microsoft Takes Proactive Approach to Computer Protection

We’ve heard a lot about what the new Windows 8 operating system has to offer like its Metro interface, super-fast operating speed and dual touchscreen keyboards – one for thumb use and one for regular typing. We’ve also heard that consumers will have to pay extra to play CDs and DVDs with Windows 8. What…

9
Jun

Microsoft to Issue Batch of System Patches

Microsoft gave advanced noticed in a post on the company’s Security Tech Center page that it will issue a security bulletin and patches on Jun. 12, 2012. Seven patches in all will be issued to correct problems that are coded as either critical – the highest security threat level – or important – the second…

5
Jun

Are You Ready for IPv6?

The wait is over. On June 6, 2012, Internet Protocol version 6 will launch. Some companies such as Facebook have already launched IPv6, which replaces IPv4, in production mode. The Internet Society, a global independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards and future development, organized the scheduled launch in response to the World…

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