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  • The Internet of Things provides an opportunity for the desktop admin

    The desktop admin is just getting a grip on mobile and cloud tech and now microcontroller devices bring the Internet of Things into enterprises.

  • Alexa Internet

    Alexa Internet, often referred to simply as Alexa, is a Web traffic information, metrics and analytics provider. The company was founded in 1996 and acquired by Amazon in 1999. Alexa operates as a subsidiary of Amazon.

  • Locking down Internet Explorer settings with Group Policy in IE 11

    New Internet Explorer settings can tighten enterprise security, but only if Group Policy is properly enabled in IE 11 and you have Windows 8.

  • Six endpoint management lessons from POS security breaches

    When it comes to compliance with security regulations, every retailer is doing just fine. At least that's what management, internal auditing and compliance officers will proclaim. Then it happens -- that big breach that's only supposed to hit...

  • Are universal apps, Windows 8.1 updates enough to entice IT shops?

    Microsoft promised this week to deliver universal apps and highlighted new Windows enterprise features to entice IT into the Windows 8.1 camp.

    The software behemoth also offered developers at the Build 2014 conference a glimpse of...

  • Microsoft tightens Windows 8 encryption with Windows 8.1 features

    In Windows 8.1, Microsoft has jumped on the encryption bandwagon, if not quite in reaction to the National Security Agency. As with with its Surface RT tablet line, Microsoft's Windows 8.1 automatically encrypts disk drives by default. This...

  • Secure internet routing

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series assesses whether Resource Public Key Infrastructure can provide a framework for effective security.

  • Windows XP migration tools help IT ward off upgrade hassles

    Windows XP migration tools will help IT shops move to a newer operating system quickly when the aging software's support ends next month.

    Microsoft has become aggressive about making its customers aware that April 8 is the end of...

  • Where will XP stalwarts go after the end of Windows XP support?

    The end of official Windows XP support is not all bad news. Microsoft plans to provide signature updates for its anti-malware application for another year or so. But support for the operating system itself is going away, and enterprise desktops...

  • Ensure compliance with Windows BitLocker encryption using MBAM 2.0

    In my previous article on Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring, we looked at how MBAM can help with...

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