In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shares his strategy for using AppLocker to block untrusted apps.
It will take new device form factors to move us to a future where small devices are better able to adapt to a wider variety of tasks.
Microsoft is releasing another patch for Windows XP today which raises the question of why pay for extended support and is the OS truly dead?
Because our three days of Spring have finally arrived, this edition of Short Takes looks at an amazing Intel threat against Microsoft, Microsoft’s security buy is no Nokia, out-of-date Skype clients head off to a farm to chase rabbits, and much more.
Microsoft is working on a new security feature for Windows 10 called Exploit Guard that will allow admins to block users and applications from accessing dangerous domains.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains how TCP Fast Open helps to speed up browsing in Microsoft Edge and why it has been turned off by default in the latest cumulative update for Windows 10 Creators Update.
Russell Smith explains how attackers target businesses indiscriminately and outlines some steps for securing your devices.
Microsoft is working on a new SKU of Windows 10 that is designed for the workstation PC that includes support for multi-CPUs for intensive compute tasks.
Russell Smith shows you how to configure Operations Management Suite’s Update Compliance to monitor Windows updates.
Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10, is now running on more than 50 million corporate machines and is continuing to gain more traction in this segment.
Because it’s my 27th anniversary, this edition of Short Takes looks at WannaCry’s sad final statistic, the Windows 10 Creators Update rollout, the new Surface Pro, Andy Rubin, and much more.
Microsoft has built a customized version of Windows 10 for China that has new features including the ability to change the encryption algorithms.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to shut down a remote workgroup computer using PowerShell.