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Firefox, Safari and IE Brought Down in Annual Pwn2Own Hacking Contest

The HP-sponsored event proved that while today's software is more secure than ever, vulnerabilities will be found once money is on the line.

Running PowerShell's Best Practices Analyzer

Use PowerShell's baked-in analyzer to set up best practice scans.

It's Time for Microsoft Application Unification

While Redmond has gone to lengths to provide the same OS experiences on the PC, tablet and phone, universal applications over all devices would help to further the "One Microsoft" focus.

How to Use Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2012 R2

Brien Posey shows you how to take advantage of one of Windows Server's newest tricks.

Options Abound in the Modern Storage Market

What's old is new again in the physical storage choices enterprises have.

Microsoft's Light March Patch Includes Critical IE Fix

This month marks the third relatively light patch rollout for Microsoft in a row for 2014.

97% of Mobile Threats Targeted Android Devices in 2013

The device platform also saw a large increase in malware motivated by profit.

Can the New Microsoft CEO Fix Windows?

Now that Microsoft finally has a new CEO, the query du jour is how he plans to "fix" Windows and the company's mobile strategy.

Hackers Target More Than 30,000 Routers in DNS Attack Campaign

Many of the compromised devices were breached using simple brute force techniques to obtain the routers' passwords.

Install a Windows Azure Cloud Right in Your Datacenter

And the best part? No extra charge needed.

Microsoft Strengthens EMET Toolkit In Wake of Bypass

Microsoft announced the availability of EMET 5.0 Technical Preview at this week's RSA Conference.

Exploring SQL Server's Distributed Transactions

Here's what you need to know about distributed transaction and when you should use one.

How To Create a Document Workspace in SharePoint 2013

Spike walks you through how to first find and use the the Document Workspace feature in SharePoint 2013.

Upgrading Windows XP-Based PCs Is Like Replacing an Aging Bridge

The widespread popularity and pervasiveness of Windows XP for means IT shops looking to upgrade before the end of support has a daunting task in front of them.

Why Nadella Is a Great Choice for Microsoft

While Brien Posey was initially rooting for an outsider for the Microsoft CEO position, here's why he thinks Nadella is a perfect fit at Redmond.

IE 9 and 10 Zero-Day Attack Targeting U.S. Veterans

Those that have upgraded to the latest version of Microsoft's Web browser (Internet Explorer 11) are not at risk for attack.

The Argument Against Global Cloud Storage

Cloud storage providers' data retention policies and limited Internet access overseas could provide a headache for those with data not stored on site.

Evaluating Storage Data Protection Methods

With many options for those looking to protect enterprise data, here are some of the top methods and why they may or may not be right for you.

2 Last-Minute 'Critical' XP Fixes Join Microsoft's February Patch

Microsoft's monthly patch includes four 'critical' and three 'important' fixes that address a total of 32 vulnerabilities.

What Android's Inclusion in Windows Means for Microsoft

In a period of radical change in Redmond, don't be surprised to see Microsoft making moves (and partnering with rivals) in ways it never would have done in the past.

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