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Going BYOD: Don't chuck your legacy infrastructure just yet

Companies that are adopting BYOD often face an expensive and complicated process of integrating iOS and Android devices into their existing Windows-based infrastructure.

Microsoft fixes flaws in EMET security tool with latest update

Microsoft has released an updated version (5.1) of its enhanced mitigation experience toolkit to fix flaws in the tool that provides protection for PCs running Windows.

iPhone 6 boosts Apple in the enterprise, says Good report

The release of the iPhone 6 in September reversed the downward iOS activation trend Good Technology had seen in the enterprise, according to a new report from the enterprise mobility management firm.

Taking a closer look at the Windows Server 10 Technical Preview

We highlight some of the key features and improvements of the Windows Server 10 Technical Preview that Microsoft released together with Windows 10 beta.

Microsoft executive mistakenly confirms that Windows 9 will be revealed next week

A Microsoft executive have mistakenly confirmed that Windows 9 will be revealed in the Microsoft event next week.

iCloud Drive available for Windows ahead of the Mac

Windows users will be able to use Apple's iCloud as a full cloud storage drive ahead of Mac users, after the company released the iCloud Drive for Windows app.

More details about Windows 9 leak as Microsoft announces 'Windows event'

More details have leaked about the upcoming Windows 9 operating system, even as Microsoft announced a September 30 'Windows event.'

Spotlight: Microsoft pulls update after Blue Screen of Death incidents

Microsoft has decided to pull one of its August Patch Tuesday after it caused some users to experience the dreaded Blue Screen of Death, forcing a reboot, explains security researcher Paul Ducklin in a Naked Security blog

Leaked screenshot of 'Windows 9' shows spiffed up Start menu

A screenshot of what appears to be an upcoming version of Windows has purportedly been leaked, casting a spotlight on reports of its imminent return.

Russian leaker says free cloud-based Windows is coming--but will that turn users into product?

A Russian leaker, Wzor, says Windows Cloud, a limited loss leader version to tempt users to subscribe to get the full features, is headed our way soon. While freeware has always been a great tactic in increasing software subscriptions, given how much data is harvested via "free" software and social media services these days, I have to wonder if this move too might turn users from their former categorization as customers into product.