Google recently announced several new tools and services that can be used to protect data stored on the Google Cloud Platform.
Because I told you so, this edition of Short Takes looks Microsoft’s future in cloud gaming, Intel’s plans to fix security flaws, Microsoft’s new bug bounty, Samsung’s rocky year, and much more.
Because he started it, this edition of Short Takes looks at HP’s PC resurgence, Intel’s next mobile setback, Always Connected PCs, the limits of Windows 10 on ARM, and much more.
Compliance is always a hot topic, so in this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at how Microsoft’s DSCEA can be used to create compliance reports for servers configured using PowerShell DSC.
We are going to dig into WIP’s requirements, how it works, and how you can use it.
This month’s Patch Tuesday is one of the most interesting in a while. Not just because the patches Microsoft was preparing for release today came a week early, but also because of the potential issues these patches might cause.
Because Meltdown and Spectre are the gifts that keep on giving, this edition of Short Takes looks at more news about these vulnerabilities, CES 2018, and more.
Learn about the main Hybrid Cloud security risks so that you are protected as you add complexity to your data center.
Because it’s the end of the world as we know it, this edition of Short Takes looks at the many issues swirling around the Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities. TDLR: We’re doomed.
Because there’s a chill in the air, this short New Year edition of Short Takes looks at Windows Hello security, Surface Pro with LTE, and much, much more.
Because there’s a chill in the air, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s embrace of fake news, OpenSSH in Windows 10, more bad news for Microsoft Edge, mixed news for Xbox One, and much, much more.
Because it’s beginning to look a lot like Festivus, this edition of Short Takes looks at the success of Windows 10, Microsoft’s ASLR blunders, Microsoft’s new-new gaming strategy, and much, much more.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to be sure the source media you use to install software in your business hasn’t been tampered with.