3/1/2016

The New Log In?

Intel is readying multifactor authentication that stores and processes encrypted credentials on its CPUs, aiming to change the way commercial users access Windows using a combination of biometrics, PINs and one-time passcodes.


In-Depth

A Tale of 2 Container Deployments

Microsoft's foray into containers will offer two deployment options -- Windows and Hyper-V. This is an exploration of both.


Securing Windows Enterprise CAs

Best practices in securing your enterprise Windows Server-based certificate authority to ensure all resources are trusted.


Intel Focuses on Strengthening Authentication on Windows Machines

Intel is readying multifactor authentication that stores and processes encrypted credentials on its CPUs, aiming to change the way commercial users access Windows using a combination of biometrics, PINs and one-time passcodes.


Foley on Microsoft

Is It Last Call for Windows Mobile?

Many of us Microsoft watchers for nearly a decade have made predictions if, and how, Microsoft would come up with a mobile strategy that might finally catch fire.


Redmond View

Obama Aims High on Cybersecurity Budget

An increased spending budget for federal cybersecurity aims to plug infrastructure holes.


Windows Insider

Microsoft's Skylake Surprise May Help More than Hurt Early Adopters

From dedicated support to hardware/software deals, the limited OS support for upcoming Skylake line might actually benefit those looking to get in early.


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