Microsoft is taking heat from browser rivals about banishing them from some Windows 8 tablets, while other vendors announce platforms for Windows 8.
MIT's Sloan School of Management has embraced virtualized desktops as a way to meet user needs and streamline operations, but the IT staff accepts that finding just the right mix of hardware and software is an ongoing challenge.
Microsoft's web-based email and messaging services to be tightly integrated with Windows 8.
Symantec says stepping-stone attacks exploit business-partner relationships.
If businesses and consumers stuck to security basics, they could have avoided all cases of Conficker worm infection detected on 1.7 million systems by Microsoft researchers in the last half of 2011.
PR campaign underway to clean up computers infected with DNSChanger viruses that divert victims' traffic to sites that can further exploit the machines.
Seems that the threat of identity theft doesn't end, even with death.
Newly announced capability can check the devices for compliance with corporate policies.
Apps stay customized no matter how users tap into them.
Security company's website disappears for 23 minutes.
Microsoft is offering free tests of online backup for Windows Server 8 via its Azure cloud storage service, which could be a convenient way to protect data.
Zeus botnet server takedowns and other small victories in Microsoft's crusade help keep the web safer, but only for a while.
Interested in hands-on help in creating Metro style apps for Microsoft's new operating system? Microsoft has a free one-day developer camp just for you.
Dell's counting on Windows tablets, and so are analysts looking for a market boost. But questions of availability and early critiques remain.
Windows 8 specs include displays that are even sharper than Apple's fabled Retina display, which Apple claims is as clear as the human eye is capable of seeing.