Self destruct sequence initiated.
A technical decision floated by Microsoft to address privacy issues in Internet Explorer is drawing comments from U.S. public officials.
If you lie on the Internet, expect to be called out quickly.
Intune 3.0 is now available for download.
Four of the seven bulletins address RCE flaws.
Hackers could access your database in seconds.
Microsoft released its June patch today, which includes three "critical" security items and four "important" bulletins.
Google announced on Thursday that its Chrome browser will be available for testing on the Windows 8 release preview.
Hackers recently raided the LinkedIn and eHarmony Web sites and published user password information, software security researchers said this week.
IT pros need to be getting their networks ready for Internet Protocol version 6, and MVP Ed Horley describes how to get there.
And your eHarmony password accounts, while you're at it.
Internet Protocol version 6 will be turned on permanently by a number of companies around the world on June 6 GMT.
The "release preview" of Windows 8 and the "release candidate" of Windows Server 2012 were made available for download today by Microsoft.
Is running an older OS really more expensive than migrating to a new version?
Google announced some Chrome OS improvements on Tuesday.
Microsoft and other software companies announced last week that they want the Open Data Protocol to become an international industry standard.
Distributing copyright material, good. Hacking Web sites, bad.
An attorney at Mozilla suggested on Wednesday that Microsoft may be moving into antitrust territory by effectually restricting browser choice on Windows RT.
Don't play by the rules, expect consequences.
Make sure your fix works before sending it out the door.