It looks like a fairly busy Patch Tuesday in December. There are two open zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows. It's likely there will be a patch for one, but not the other.
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When it comes to mobile tech, it's not always best to go big if a lesser option makes more sense.
Different paths to cloud and SaaS enablement yield similar major benefits for Press Ganey and Planview
Forward-looking companies are now exploiting cloud efficiencies and agility to deliver applications better to their end users.
Are you a desktop diehard? If you've got no use for the Start screen and Metro-style apps, I have some good news for you. Windows 8.1 has a handful of interface tweaks you can make that will put the Windows desktop back in charge. Here's what you need to do to make Windows 8.1 work like Windows 7 (almost). [Updated for final release]
Adobe's decision to move to the cloud isn't about curbing all piracy. Just some.
Some people find the Windows naming system confusing, and Blue continues the trend. But examine NT's history and it all makes sense, if only on the Planet Zog.
Although businesses have been upgrading from Windows XP for more than three years, the deadline is approaching, and there are still around 500 million users to move with only 500 days to go
Does Windows 8 crash more or less than Windows 7? What devices is it installed on? How many BSoDs are users seeing per month? Soluto answers these -- and more -- questions.
If you buy a Windows 8-powered HP consumer PC, or from any other PC vendor, you'll get no help from them if you decide you'd rather have Windows 7. And Linux? Forget about it!
ZDNet has been following Microsoft's new desktop operating system all the way from Developer Preview to Release To Manufacturing. Here's how it went.
Is our penchant for drama leading to a day when we no longer care about impending technological disasters?
The leading Linux desktop and the number one desktop of all, Windows, are both undergoing radical transformations, but which will be the better for it?
It's perfectly legal in the US to jailbreak your handset. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act says so.
Microsoft's Windows 8 and Vista will have several things in common: Both are unwanted operating system updates that will flop in the marketplace.
Traditional enterprise has come under fire from both disillusioned users and unhappy managers.
Security researchers from VUPEN have successfully hacked Google's Chrome browser with a sophisticated exploit that bypasses all security features, including ASLR/DEP and Chrome's heralded sandbox feature.
ZDNet's The Toybox blog says goodbye to Rachel King and Andrew Nusca, and welcomes Ricardo Bilton and Gloria Sin. The gadget goodness kicks into high gear.
The London Stock Exchange is having problems both its systems and on its Web sites, but it's not Linux's fault.
I go through Linux distributions like an elephant does peanuts, but a few of the best stick around. Right now, my favorite Linux desktop is Mint.
The LSE is far from the only one stock exchange to switch to Linux. More and more stock exchanges are realizing that when you really need speed, security, and stability, Linux is the operating system you need.