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Top Windows desktop holiday content

Prepare yourself for the year ahead in with our top holiday tips and articles. Find information on keeping your desktops safe, learn which technologies to invest in and take a look back at 2009.

What to expect in 2010

Desktop security predictions for 2010
Smarter hackers, more malicious malware and the rise of social engineering may make 2010 a dangerous year in terms of security. See what to look out for to keep your desktops safe.

Desktop computing predictions for 2010
Learn which virtualization, Windows 7 and cloud computing developments you should watch out for.

Looking ahead to Windows in 2010
IT author and consultant Jonathan Hassell calls in to discuss what recent releases such as Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 and Exchange 2010 will mean for IT in the coming year.

Desktop virtualization on the rise
While most organizations have been slower to virtualize their desktops than their servers, that could start to even out in 2010. So what's expected to drive adoption?

A look back: 2009 in review

Top 10 Windows desktop security tips of 2009
Check out the best -- and most popular -- Windows desktop security tips of 2009, including info on Windows 7 security, a guide to Sysinternals and password advice.

Midyear review: Top 5 Windows desktop security tips
Check out what your peers were reading in the first half of 2009 with this roundup of the most popular Windows desktop security tips.


This was first published in January 2010

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