As the threat landscape gets more complicated, one possible solution seems obvious: Deploy more third-party security software. But what happens when those programs turn out to be part of the problem?
The "Calvin & Hobbes" cartoon's imaginary game of making the rules up as you go is a near-perfect representation of what modern IT has become.
Doing IT yourself might seem like a smart way to save money, but the risks aren't worth it.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be packed with the kind of security features that could really help small businesses, but they'll have to become enterprise customers.
Smartphones have gone from a curiosity to a luxury and are now a necessity.
Jan. 14, 2020, is less than three years away, and yet every credible survey of the current installed base of PCs shows Windows 7 remains the most popular OS by a substantial majority.
As we approach the fifth anniversary of the Windows Store, Microsoft's modern app approach has just not paid off.
If you ask people who aren’t IT pros what they know about Microsoft, they’ll probably start by mentioning Windows.
With major updates for Windows 10 coming at an accelerated rate, IT will have to adjust how they stay on top of keeping systems current.
Traditional antivirus software can't meet the threats aimed at enterprise networks and that's the mindset Microsoft took with the creation of Windows Defender ATP.
More than ever, Microsoft is in a position with its hybrid PC to challenge Apple in the space of innovation.
You may not like it, but you will have to adapt to Microsoft's latest update landscape.
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