Ulises Aguilar Nahle probably should have been player of the tournament at the World Cup with a magnificent name like that, but he'll have to settle for being the new president of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners.
Posted by Lee Pender on 07/12/2010 at 1:23 PM
Microsoft's January security patches, released on Tuesday, reportedly are causing multiple problems for organizations, particularly on the Windows Server side.
Microsoft this week announced product improvements that would benefit so-called "frontline workers," while also publishing new survey results about their work attitudes.
To try to peel back this mystery, taking a look at the history of Microsoft's free online Web apps can help provide insight.
Microsoft on Tuesday released January security patches addressing near 100 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE) in various software products.
Microsoft on Monday shared its proof-of-concept security research efforts in uncovering macOS vulnerabilities in the operating system's Transparency, Consent and Control (TCC) technology.
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