Because Jamon Iberico is God’s perfect food, this edition of Short Takes looks at a surprisingly contentious and controversial week for Microsoft.
Microsoft has announced a new SKU of Windows 10 Pro for workstations and it will arrive this fall with the Fall Creators update.
Microsoft is removing certificate authorities from WoSign and StartCom from Windows 10 after multiple violations of its Trusted Root program.
Microsoft pivoted to WaaS as it found the perfect time to introduce it’s truly new feature, Security as a Service.
The complexity of maintaining Windows 10 is slowing its adoption as IT administrators try to figure out how to deal with the additional overhead.
Microsoft is once again changing the servicing model of Windows 10; the company is removing one of the safety-nets used to prevent bugs from reaching corporate customers.
Microsoft has announced that in October, the company will be ending support for Windows 10 build 1511.
Microsoft has finally opened up a bug bounty program for Windows 10 where the company will pay up to $250,00 for reporting a security flaw.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is making inroads in the corporate world but it may not be fast enough to overtake Windows 7 before that platform reaches its end of life.
Microsoft is making changes to its support policy for Windows 10 as some vendors are no longer updating hardware that was initially supported when Windows 10 was released.
Jussi Roine shares experiences using the Surface Laptop.
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this edition of Short Takes looks at an amazing Intel threat against Microsoft, Microsoft’s security buy is no Nokia, out-of-date Skype clients head off to a farm to chase rabbits, and much more.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.