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  • 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.

  • Microsoft talks up services, mum on Windows strategy

    Windows is no longer the only operating system in town, and everyone knows it -- including, at last, Microsoft itself.

    The worlds of consumer and enterprise technology today are heterogeneous, and even individual users are likely to use...

  • Windows 8.1 boot to desktop and other timesavers

    Windows 8.1 provides all kinds of customizable settings, letting an administrator or user fine-tune the operating system for a high level of productivity. Let's look at some settings such as Windows 8.1 boot to desktop that can save users...

  • More Office 365 subscription plans, pricing changes ahead

    Office 365 subscription plans and pricing changes for small and medium-sized businesses are scheduled for the fall, marking the second round of pricing changes disclosed in as many weeks.

    Microsoft will replace existing Office 365 plans...

  • Speculating about the Windows 9 Start menu and other OS features

    Here's what we know for sure about Windows 9: practically nothing. Even the Windows 9 brand has yet to be confirmed. All we have is the codename "Threshold," which supposedly refers to the next generation of Microsoft's Windows operating...

  • Got SA? If not, expect Office 365 pricing increase

    There's no summer sale for Office 365 pricing.

    Microsoft will raise the price of Office 365 Enterprise versions by 15% in August for customers without a...

  • Surveying options after the Windows XP end of support

    With Microsoft finally taking Windows XP off of life support, some IT shops are left holding the cord. What happens next?

    Here is a guide to the end of Windows XP support. Learn why Microsoft dropped the operating system after all this...

  • Avoid these assumptions about Windows 8.1 security

    Now that all the hype over Windows XP's end of life is simmering down, many enterprises are making the move to Windows 8.1. That's...

  • How to bypass the kinks in Windows 8.1 deployment

    Even if your organization's existing Windows XP computers are able to run Windows 8.1, you must still want to do a clean install to update systems. Microsoft offers no direct migration path for porting a user's files or settings or the computer's...

  • Finding and fixing Office 2013 installation problems

    The move to Microsoft Office 2013 is often smooth and uneventful, allowing computer users to take advantage of the many advanced features and design improvements that the Office suite provides. But successful software installations are never...

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