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  • May 16, 2019 16 May'19

    Micro apps, AI to power new version of Citrix Workspace

    Citrix adds intelligence and micro apps to its Workspace product, bringing in capabilities from the Sapho acquisition to bolster Workspace and make it easier for end users.

  • May 15, 2019 15 May'19

    Lenovo to launch ThinkBook brand, next-gen ThinkPad X1

    Lenovo announced the launch of its ThinkPad subbrand called ThinkBook. It will be focused on small and medium-sized businesses and will launch with two laptops.

  • May 13, 2019 13 May'19

    Lenovo powers new ThinkPad series with AMD Ryzen Pro processors

    Lenovo brings AMD CPUs to its ThinkPad portfolio. AMD Ryzen Pro processors will appear in the T495, T495s and X395 ThinkPads, available in May and June.

  • May 06, 2019 06 May'19

    IE mode unburdens IT admins by running legacy apps on Microsoft Edge

    At its annual developer conference, Microsoft introduced IE mode to Microsoft Edge. The new feature will help IT admins run legacy applications on a more modern browser.

  • May 01, 2019 01 May'19

    MS Valuation Hits Trillion Dollar Mark

    On April 30, with a stock value at the market close of $130.60 per share, MS valuation hits trillion dollar mark. Now the question is: can MS stay there?

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  • April 25, 2019 25 Apr'19

    Microsoft acquisition of Express Logic adds IoT improvements

    Microsoft's acquisition of Express Logic is another example of its $5 billion investment in IoT. One expert sees the move as a step toward an end-to-end IoT OS.

  • April 19, 2019 19 Apr'19

    Latest Windows 10 update issues cause more freezing problems

    This news brief details the additional issues around the April 9 Windows 10 update as well as provides a look at Microsoft's Edge browser, built using Google's open sourced web browser Chromium.

  • April 15, 2019 15 Apr'19

    With the new Windows 10 OS update, trust but verify

    The latest Windows 10 update, scheduled for late May, will give installation controls back to IT admins. In this Q&A, Dave Sobel talks about why that's important.

  • April 14, 2019 14 Apr'19

    MCT1903 Misnomer Not Available

    Though some enterprising Windows-head found a file named MediaCreationTool1903.exe, it's a MCT1903 Misnomer not available to the public just yet, as a bit of DISM inspection shows. It will be ready ...

  • April 11, 2019 11 Apr'19

    New HP business workstations have more memory, processing cores

    The new HP business workstations, models Z6 and Z8, have more memory and processing cores to improve data access, graphics and power supply. They also provide remote workstation access.

  • April 04, 2019 04 Apr'19

    MS Backs Off Forcing Updates

    In a surprising but welcome move, MS Corporate VP for Windows Mike Fortin announces that, starting with the next feature upgrade, MS backs off forcing updates on users. All I can say is: "Hooray!"

  • April 04, 2019 04 Apr'19

    Windows Defender ATP coming to Mac OS with new name and features

    Windows Defender is coming to Mac OS along with a new name. The new Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection is also getting new threat vulnerability management features.

  • March 29, 2019 29 Mar'19

    Windows 10 security breach highlights third-party vulnerabilities

    The recent Windows 10 PC security breach brought on by third-party software from a Chinese tech company raises concern about the security strength of third-party providers.

  • March 29, 2019 29 Mar'19

    Win10 1809 Designated for Broad Deployment

    About one month before the next feature upgrade would typically appear, MS finally proclaims Win10 1809 designated for broad deployment. 'Bout time!

  • March 27, 2019 27 Mar'19

    AdDuplex Tells Interesting 1809 Story

    In publishing its latest release distribution numbers, Latvian software company AdDuplex tells interesting 1809 story -- namely, that for every 1809 user, there are 2.5+ users running 1803 or some ...

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