Week of 10 Jul 2017 AI capabilities benefit IT through data management and automation (14 Jul 2017)
Software vendors add useful AI features to their biggest products, showing that the emerging technology is something to pay attention to, as it will change the way we work.
Week of 19 Jun 2017 Multifactor authentication systems require IT balancing act (21 Jun 2017)
IT faces a tricky situation when it comes to multifactor authentication. Users often disapprove of multiple security layers, but there are some ways to split the difference.
The Chrome Enterprise Bundle helps IT manage the most popular browser in the consumer market, giving organizations a reason to move away from Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer.
Week of 05 Jun 2017 New edition of Windows 10 to take on big data (07 Jun 2017)
Microsoft revealed plans to release a new edition of Windows 10 that can optimize PCs to deal with intensive data workloads. That could be a big help to companies that rely on machine learning data...
Week of 22 May 2017 Citrix Analytics Service targets IT security market with AI (23 May 2017)
IT pros need more visibility into what users are doing, and Citrix's new analytics service aims to provide just that.
The new Citrix Workspace will give users access to apps -- and let IT enforce policies -- based on their device type, network, location and other factors.
Week of 08 May 2017 Microsoft bets big on AI data with new developer, user features (11 May 2017)
Businesses that want to use machine learning to glean more data from end-user apps can benefit from new AI capabilities in Microsoft developer tools. Plus, Office gets an AI upgrade.
New features in the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, announced this week at Microsoft Build, will help developers to create more consistent cross-platform apps and users to work better...
Week of 01 May 2017 Windows 10 Cloud OS has steep hill to climb (01 May 2017)
IT experts are skeptical that Microsoft can deliver a quality OS in Windows 10 Cloud, which the company is expected to announce this week along with a new, low-end PC.
Week of 24 Apr 2017 Changes to Microsoft Office licenses rub IT the wrong way (27 Apr 2017)
Business versions of Skype, OneDrive and Outlook won't be part of on-premises Microsoft Office licenses, leaving those shops looking for alternatives.
Week of 17 Apr 2017 Windows 10 Creators Update features fall short for IT (17 Apr 2017)
IT pros hoped for more advanced security tools and other new Windows 10 Creators Update features, but they were underwhelmed by what they actually received.
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Microsoft relents on UI changes, restores Start button to Windows 8.1 SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com | 27 Jun 2013
Microsoft Windows 8.1 preview includes a number features -- including the Start button -- that will be accessible across a plethora of new devices.