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  • Blog Post: CESG provides guidance on Windows 8.1: What does that mean for your organisation?

    Stuart Aston is the Chief Security Advisor for Microsoft in the UK and runs the Government Security Programme and the Security Co-operation Programme. Late last week CESG replaced their guidance on the use of Windows 8 with guidance on Windows 8.1, available here . The update is significant, partly...
  • Blog Post: Have USB stick, will travel!

    One of the Windows 8 innovations which maybe hasn’t received as much attention as it should is Windows To Go – although that is quickly changing as customers start to explore the possibilities. Windows To Go allows enterprise customers to create a secure portable workspace on a USB device...
  • Blog Post: Operational Efficiency – Deploying Windows 7 to 200,000 computers

    The Microsoft IT environment is probably one of the most complicated and rapidly changing environments you will find. Dealing with 190,000 plus users, all with their own administration rights is a challenge in itself. When you add the extra complexity of rolling out a new operating system you quickly...
  • Blog Post: IT Forum: Windows Vista and Security

    In a recent survey, 70% of (male) drivers said that their driving skills were "above average". Which tells you that most people think that they are better drivers than the others on the road. Well, PC security is probably like this - most users think that they know more about making the right...
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