Survey shows that corporations are not keeping up with security demand.
To find lasting success for Microsoft's tablet, the company needs to show how the device has lasting staying power compared to the competing iPad.
But, as history shown us, the "Bamital" ring may be down, but it'll probably be back.
A first of its kind, this mobile virus records your every sound through your PC.
Mary Jo Foley lays out a five-point plan for Microsoft gain some sales traction in the smartphone landscape.
- By Mary Jo Foley
The lackluster reception for Microsoft's newest Windows offering may have more to do with how we view modern OSes than it does with actual Windows 8 reaction.Once you start viewing Windows 8 as a portal for app deployment, there's much to like.
- By Greg Shields
While Microsoft has been vocal on why consumers should upgrade to Windows 8, what about enterprises? Don Jones is here to make that argument.
The Microsoft unified communications platform is becoming more tightly integrated and has a more resilient architecture.
- By Alan Maddison
Is Big Data all hype or is it the future of enterprise security?
Brien suggests some areas of action Microsoft should take to make Windows 8 a success.
This time Microsoft is speaking out against negative marks issued by AV-Test.
Brien's back with some more thoughts after spending extensive time with Microsoft's Windows 8 tablet.
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for its Web browser earlier this week.
Government sends word that two power plants were infected with viruses via USB devices at the end of 2012.
Don't call it a security vulnerability.
The recently discovered IE zero-day vulnerability has been overlooked by this month's Microsoft security update.
Following the surprising immediate departure of Windows President Steven Sinofsky late last year, many are asking who will be CEO Steve Ballmer's successor.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Just because Windows 8 may not be right for all users, mixing in where needed among older Windows OSes should be a perfectly viable option for IT.
The way you set up your Active Directory topography will have a direct impact on how well you're able to organize your users and resources.