Attackers will have to learn a new trick if they want to hack Windows 8.
If you want to get the most out of Windows administration tools like Group Policy preferences (GPPs), you need to break down those walls.
- By Greg Shields
In his July column, "Time to Dump the BlackBerry," Redmond Editor in Chief Doug Barney asked readers: "Should I be a Redmond loyalist and go with Windows Phone, or bow before the Cupertino gods?" Here are some of their suggestions.
- By Readers of Redmond magazine
Doug buys an iPad, but he's looking forward to the Surface.
Your users might just be smart enough to handle security issues correctly -- with the right training.
While Brien had some preconceived concerns with mixing social networking with an Internet search engine, Bing's newest update left him pleasantly surprised.
Looking to to a somewhat biased study, more than half of you don't.
The move was made due to Symantec's underperformance.
Look for this botnet right to be back at operational capacity sometime soon.
Brien lays out why he is optimistic about Microsoft's Windows 8 tablet, and why you may be ditching the iPad for the Surface.
The security of a home network wherever you go.
I'd strongly advise not messing with someone like that.
Do we continuously give companies a pass for letting loose our personal info?
Losing those that still had infected systems is a good thing for the rest of us.
July's Patch Tuesday marks the second fix for Microsoft's Web browser in two months.
A step-by-step guide to help you deploy IIS and default Web sites using PowerShell in less than five minutes!
- By Jason Helmick
Mary Jo Foley on whether Microsoft can/will turn up the speed in which it delivers new updates.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Greg Shields lays out the new and improved features to look for in Windows Server 2012's Active Directory.
- By Greg Shields
Many organizations are slowly phasing out the traditional and clunky IPSec VPN for newer SSL VPNs. Here's the pros and cons.