Tag: windows

16
Dec

5 Cloud Computing Predictions for 2020 You Need to Know

Make no mistake. Cloud computing is undeniably the way of the future. In fact, Gartner predicts 80% of organizations will be making a move towards the cloud’s efficiencies, stability, security and cost savings by 2025. Not to mention the International Data Corporation (IDC) says cloud-based spending will reach more than $200 billion in 2020. So, what can we expect for

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21
Nov

The Importance of the Right Cybersecurity Leadership

Organizations are starting to realize there is much more to a strong IT organization than ensuring the integrity of cybersecurity. Any business, small or large, can learn from Capital One Bank’s recent removal of their chief information security officer (CISO) after a slew of problems, including a massive data breach announced in July. Capital One’s woes highlight the potential consequences

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23
Oct

Urgent Deadline: Support Ends January 14, 2020 for Server 2008 and Windows 7

  January 14, 2020 marks the end of Microsoft’s Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2, bringing the following to a screeching halt:   Windows Server 2008/R2 and Exchange Server 2010 Free security updates on-premises Non-security updates Free support options Online technical content update Windows 7 No technical support No software updates No security updates What exactly does all

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27
May

Windows XP not “dead&” yet; Microsoft makes exception with emergency update for IE

Microsoft earlier this month provided an emergency security update for Internet Explorer to prevent hackers from continuing to do their dirty work. But that wasn’t the big news. In a surprise move, Microsoft allowed Windows XP machines to receive the update, even though Microsoft had indicated in April it considered the 13-year-old operating system retired. “Even though Windows XP is

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