Hello, Windows 10
Microsoft has a plan for unifying all of your desktop, mobile and even sundry device applications onto a single target, but will it work?
Microsoft has a plan for unifying all your desktop, mobile and even sundry device applications onto a single target with the new Universal Windows Platform.
Cloud and mobility provides wider desktop virtualization options. Citrix and VMware remain the leaders, but Microsoft and others gain ground.
RDMA networking has enabled high-performance computing for years, but Windows Server 2012 R2 with SMB Direct is bringing it to the mainstream.
As passwords become more ineffective, Microsoft is betting Windows 10 will up the ante on security Windows Hello and Passport, which aim to bring biometric authentication to the mainstream.
The company's strategy is aimed at attracting more developer support for its multiple Windows 10 platforms.
While Microsoft's back may be to the wall when it comes to the smartphone market, it's not ready to admit defeat.
RSA Security LLC, the company known for the development of the industry standard public key cryptography algorithm and the popular SecureID authentication platform, is spreading its wings.
Authentication and the venerable domain controller have been inseparable concepts since the earliest days of the Windows Server OS.