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  • Avoid these assumptions about Windows 8.1 security

    As IT shops finally move from Windows XP to Windows 8, they may believe that Windows 8.1 security is automatically better. Know the real risks with both Windows and the enterprise.

  • Avoiding pitfalls on the path to endpoint security

    IT security can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Admins can strengthen desktop and enterprise security by taking a step back to consider the bigger picture.

  • Understanding Microsoft Office 2013 features, licensing and security

    Many features have been altered or added in Microsoft's application suite, with implications for enterprise desktop admins. See which ones can be helpful, as well as where Microsoft Office 2013 sits in the market in comparison with alternatives such...

  • Admins planning for extended XP support must reduce security exposure

    IT admins can plan for extended XP support, but they should reduce corporate security exposure by evaluating critical software.

  • Pros and cons of Windows 7 vs. Windows 8

    In our first video face-off, IT experts discuss the pros and cons of Windows 7 vs. Windows 8, including security, support and other OS considerations.

  • Check Windows Store apps for Windows 8 compatibility

    How should I deal with app incompatibility with Windows 8?

    Windows Store apps are created for the Windows 8 operating system and go through a rigorous testing and certification process before being accepted into the store. Desktop...

  • Five laptop finder products offer security after a device loss

    Laptops get lost or stolen every day. But an organization can soften the blow by implementing a laptop tracking system before devices go missing. An effective laptop finder protects sensitive data and helps locate the device wherever it lands....

  • Enterprise endpoint and mobile security management wait for no one

    Managing diverse endpoints has joined the list of priorities for desktop admins. Well-crafted policies and mobile security management tools can help.

  • New Microsoft Office 2013 features you need to know about

    Although some people may consider Office 2013 to be a relatively minor release, the 2013 version is jam-packed with new features. Here are some of the most significant new Microsoft Office 2013 features that both end users and IT administrators...

  • Six endpoint management lessons from POS security breaches

    The ongoing plague of POS security breaches is a reminder to desktop admins that endpoint security policies should always be a work in progress.

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