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Why Microsoft is in the security business for all the right reasons
Our perception of Microsoft and it's presence in the cyber-security sector needs updating
Pseudo-ransomware Xbash targeting Linux and Windows discovered
Xbash is data-destructive; destroying Linux-based databases as part of its ransomware capabilities.
Microsoft launches public preview of Windows 10 IoT Core Services
Microsoft’s IoT partners, resellers, integrators, and OEMs will soon be able to access Windows 10 IoT Core Services.
Tech Data partners with Parallels to bring cross-platform solutions to A/NZ partners
Tech Data says the new agreement will allow A/NZ channel partners to drive enhanced customer experience for customers.
Ziften marketing SVP talks Europe expansion and future of endpoint security
At InfoSec Europe in London we were able to sit down with a few members of the team from Ziften, including marketing SVP Roark Pollock.
Microsoft welcomes Ziften as its newest 'Windows Defender' for macOS and Linux
Ziften is now contributing macOS, Linux, and Windows support to the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) advanced hunting project.
Ziften & Microsoft: The partnership bringing threat defence to almost every OS
Ziften's partnership with Microsoft is making serious headway into bringing microsoft security technology into the heart of all operating systems.
Everything you need to know about Dell's new commercial PC portfolio
"Work is no longer simply a place people go. It’s an activity."
Windows Server 2019 is almost out - here's what you need to know
In Windows Server 2019, Shielded VMs will now support Linux VMs.
Fujitsu and Citrix expand cloud collaboration, launch virtual desktop service
This is not the first time Fujitsu and Citrix have collaborated. The two companies have collaborated on VDI technology for around two decades.
Enterprise database security the answer to complying with the POPI Act
“Single platform products don't play well when an enterprise has sensitive information in many types of databases."
Independent workers in luck as Dropbox unveils new product
“In this new world, it’s critical to deliver a phenomenal first impression, every time.”
Ixia extends CloudLens, now supports all major cloud platforms
It has now been extended to support for Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud.
England’s second largest police force still reliant on vulnerable Windows XP
The Greater Manchester police have revealed more than one in five of its computers are still running an OS that has been unsupported since 2014.
Hands-on review: The Acer Spin 7 laptop performs most admirably
This machine will be a brilliant alternative to those of you who are iOS averse...
Adobe XD gets another update packed full of features
Adobe Experience Design is built from the ground up to address the complex needs of UX designers...
Red Hat & Microsoft on a mission to simplify container adoption for enterprises
Microsoft and Red Hat are extending their alliance with two new initiatives aimed at supporting enterprises in their adoption of containers.
VMware and Google provide Chrome management capabilities
VMware's Workspace ONE will enable customers to manage Chrome devices from a single console.
Aussie IT company deploys StorageCraft's disaster recovery tech
IntegrateIT utilises ShadowProtect’s virtualisation capabilities by initiating physical to virtual restores. For others, they perform restores to the
Three AI projects that come close to making HAL 9000 a reality
Three AI beings that rival the intelligence of the famed HAL 9000.
School IT procurement survey finds out which tech wins
A recent survey has asked schools what their IT preferences are for digital devices in the classroom. Which product would be best for you?
Microsoft underlines allegiance to the channel
At Computex 2017, Microsoft has highlighted its commitment to the channel with new opportunities to drive growth and customer demand.
Even more tips for staying safe online: There's no such thing as too safe!
Most important is making sure your software is updated.
Big changes in the infosec landscape: Time to take note and take action
Do you like RDP? Good. So do attackers. Wait? What?! Yes, attackers love your weakly-defended RDP port as the payoff can be huge.