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From Hybrid Cloud to Hybrid IT

August 22, 2018

Via: CIO

Nobody thinks desktops and laptops are going away, but the device explosion has created an environment where enterprises need to support Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, and who-knows-what-other platform, for just about every business application. Many enterprises are simplifying their users’ […]


BI Users, Executive

Windows 10 S: It’s for enterprise, too

May 4, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft may have stuck to its script Tuesday when it unveiled a Windows 10 spin-off aimed at the K-12 educational market, but the new operating system will be enticing to businesses as well, analysts said today. “They were very focused […]


BI Users, IT Team

Meet the new Microsoft Edge: 5 key improvements with the Creators Update

April 14, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft Edge’s improvements with the Windows 10 Creators Update may finally make it a browser worth talking about. It debuted to shrugs with the original Windows 10 and saw incremental improvements with the Anniversary Update. Edge is still catching up to Google […]


BI Users, IT Team

Windows 10 powers 9% of business PCs

April 5, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft Windows 10 powered about 9% of all business personal computers a year and a half after its launch, a just-released study of corporate deployments said. According to Austin, Texas-based Spiceworks, an online community and resource for IT professionals and […]


BI Users, IT Team

Impatient Windows 10 users can download Creators Update April 5

March 31, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft today said that Windows 10 users eager for the next feature upgrade may download it manually starting Wednesday, April 5, nearly a week before the refresh begins reaching PCs via Windows Update. Windows 10 Creators Update — Microsoft’s name […]


BI Users, IT Team

Windows 10 Creators Update could take months to roll out, data suggests

March 23, 2017

Via: CIO

Users waiting for Windows 10’s Creators Update, which is expected to release soon, may need to be patient. Data released Wednesday by AdDuplex suggests that Microsoft’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update took months to roll out to users after it was released […]


BI Users, IT Team

Windows Update issues may be at root of February’s patch delay

February 16, 2017

Via: CIO

Microsoft was closed-mouthed yesterday about why it postponed the month’s security updates, but a patch expert argued that it was probably due to one of more problems with the company’s update service infrastructure, not a single flawed fix. “Something is […]


BI Users, IT Team

The Windows weakness no one mentions: speech recognition

October 7, 2016

Via: CIO

Windows has a feature it doesn’t like to talk about. While the OS lets you scrawl notes with a stylus, log in with you face (or secure the Web) via Windows Hello, and even order Cortana to set a reminder, […]


BI Security

Sophos false positive detection ruins weekend for some Windows users

September 6, 2016

Via: CIO

A bad malware signature caused Sophos antivirus products to detect a critical Windows file as malicious on Sunday, preventing some users from accessing their computers. The false positive detection flagged winlogon.exe, an important component of the Windows Login subsystem, as […]