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 it’s the gift that keeps on giving, this special holiday edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft v. Google, the next version of Windows 10, some new Apple controversies, Eric Schmidt, and much, much more.
Microsoft has outlined the features coming in the next major update of Windows and there are a few items that will interest IT Pros too.
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.
Microsoft is forcing every company of every size to modernize their IT practices and while this may be a good thing for some, for others, it is creating a serious burden.
Because perfect is the enemy of good, this edition of Short Takes looks at Windows as a (dis)service, Windows 10 on ARM performance, Satya Nadella’s biggest problem, Surface Book 2, and more.
After early adopters were not able to upgrade in time, Microsoft is extending support of Windows 10 1511 by six months for Enterprise and Education customers.
Microsoft is expanding the footprint of Advanced Threat Protection with the ability to now monitor iOS and Android devices.
Because there’s a new Call of Duty out and I feel a, ahem, cold coming on, this edition of Short Takes looks at the Xbox One X, a very public Edge crash, a free way to upgrade to Windows 10, and more.
Because quarterly earnings are in the air, this edition of Short Takes focuses on Microsoft’s earnings announcement this week.
Because I’m about to be gonged again, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s market cap, the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft’s iffy security disclosure history, and much more.
At Microsoft’s Ignite conference, the company has started to pitch Windows 10 S for the enterprise along with new low-end hardware.