It's no exaggeration to say that Microsoft's future hinges on how well it can handle the transition to Windows 10. In 2015, the company delivered its first official release and its first major update. So how'd they do? I'm handing out the end-of-term grades.
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Microsoft has built an entirely new telemetry system for its 'Windows as a Service' engineering model. In Windows 10, you can dial data collection back almost to zero, but you can't turn it off completely. Here's why.
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Hacking Team is recovering from a crippling cyberattack but is still keen to snare new clients with tools designed to break encryption methods.
[Updated] The latest preview release of Windows 10 includes the first glimpse of a new feature designed to eliminate one specific activation headache. When this change rolls out to the general public next month, you'll be able to use your Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 product key to complete a Windows 10 upgrade.
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Notable security news items for the week ending October 2, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
A selection of quick and simple tips and tricks to turn you into an iOS 9 power users.
Microsoft is making available in limited preview its promised next-generation sync client for OneDrive, along with OneDrive for Business updates for iOS and Android.
A researcher claims the app locker not only doesn't encrypt user data -- but hides them where attackers can root them out.
The XXE security flaw could result in user information leaks and theft.
The hackers behind the high-profile attack have made good on their promise and released more sensitive data to the Web.
Want to make sure you have a local or backup copy of all that mission-critical business and personal history in your Gmail archives? David Gewirtz takes you through an array of options.
Australia's peak spy agency was interested in Hacking Team surveillance products as recently as November 2014, according to emails leaked from the Italian company.
If you regularly switch between a Windows PC and a Mac, here's some good news. The just-released Office 2016 keeps the familiar Mac look and feel but overhauls the user experience to ease the pain of going back and forth. It's available now for Office 365 subscribers.
Tablets and the software that runs them are now able to handle the work needs of many. The steps covered here can help get the most out of mobile tech.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending June 19, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Seen too many dubious security-in-a-box solutions? USB armory is the real deal for anyone looking to protect and control their personal digital privacy and security. But is this real deal ready for regular users?