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  • Happy Hour Virus

    Happy Hour Virus is a web app that makes the user's computer appear to be compromised by malware and, as a result, not working. As the name implies, the software is designed to allow the user to leave work early. The fake...

  • What a last-minute plan for the Windows XP support end should include

    The Windows XP support end date is April 9, 2014, which is fast approaching. You've no doubt heard about this deadline before, but now is the time for final actions.

    Unfortunately, by now, the easiest migrations have already been...

  • Enemy at the gates? Antimalware screens unlucky coder's software

    The software I'm offering for download is being detected as a virus. How can I keep it from being deleted by antivirus software?

    More on antimalware protection

    Five steps for...

  • Top 10 countdown of Windows 8, Office 2013 tips for 2013

    The past year has seen praise and condemnation of Microsoft's updated products, particularly Windows 8 and Office 2013. Desktop administrators and users like some Windows 8 features and hate others, notably the touchscreen-oriented user...

  • Education IT shares lessons learned from Windows 8 tablet deployments

    When it comes to deploying Windows 8 tablets in a secure way, enterprise administrators can learn a few things from IT pros in the education industry.

    Many school IT decision makers have already deployed...

  • Microsoft Safety Scanner and MSRT can complement malware defenses

    Microsoft provides two free tools that let you check whether enterprise desktops have been infected with malware. The Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool is an anti-malware application that runs in the background on Windows desktops set up...

  • Use SLAs to guarantee security benefits from desktop outsourcing

    Many organizations are looking at outsourcing desktop security to save money and reduce management overhead. However, as...

  • Security as a Service poses risks when outsourcing desktop protection

    Securing the enterprise desktop is more complicated and costly than ever, challenging not only small and medium-sized businesses, but also larger enterprises contending with today's security threats. Many IT decision-makers are considering...

  • Ransomware first person: Dealing with the Cryptolocker virus

    Hear how one IT services professional resolved a Cryptolocker infection for a customer and why the virus is evidence customers need managed services.

  • Microsoft readying Windows 8.1 download for Windows To Go USB stick

    The Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview version for Windows To Go USB sticks will soon be available as an online update for IT administrators who want to test drive the new operating system without installing it on their host systems.

    The beta...

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