The built-in security capabilities of Windows 8 devices could simplify matters for IT organizations considering BYOD scenarios.
But, as history shown us, the "Bamital" ring may be down, but it'll probably be back.
February's Microsoft Security Update arrived today with a larger-than-usual 12 bulletins -- five rated "critical" and seven "important."
Microsoft today announced a major procedural shift in how it will distribute updates to Exchange 2013.
Microsoft's monthly security update will arrive on Tuesday with 12 bulletins targeting 57 vulnerabilities, according to the Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification.
A first of its kind, this mobile virus records your every sound through your PC.
Microsoft released Security Configuration Manager (SCM) 3.0 last week, which adds support for Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 and Internet Explorer 10.
The upgrade to Redmond's flagship messaging platform includes a new Admin Center, compliance enhancements and architectural improvements.
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Update 13 for Java 7 and Update 39 for Java 6 was released this afternoon by Oracle.
Is Big Data all hype or is it the future of enterprise security?
Microsoft quietly released Service Pack 1 for its Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 product earlier this month.
This time Microsoft is speaking out against negative marks issued by AV-Test.
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for its Web browser earlier this week.
Improvements include extended OS compatibility, upgrades to Data Protection Manager and a boost in virtualization performance, along with support for the latest Hyper-V release.
Government sends word that two power plants were infected with viruses via USB devices at the end of 2012.
Microsoft on Monday released an out-of-band fix for a zero-day use-after free memory vulnerability in its Internet Explorer Web browser.
Don't call it a security vulnerability.
The recently discovered IE zero-day vulnerability has been overlooked by this month's Microsoft security update.
Microsoft's January security update, released today, includes two "critical" and five "important" bulletin items that target 12 vulnerabilities.
From increasing tablet sales to the reveal of Windows 9, Brien runs down what he expects to see in the coming year.