After years of success for two large companies – Nokia and Microsoft – who developed their names and rights in quality mobile technology and computer software, the two giants have decided to team up and develop Microsoft office productivity applications that can be used on Nokia mobile units.» Read more
Microsoft has not been genuine about its concern of Linux as a competitor till now but recently in its filing with Security and Exchange Commission the company has admitted for the first time that Windows has a significant threat from Linux.
TechFlash in its report stated that Microsoft accepted Canonical from Ubuntu and Red Hat from Linux as strong competitors in its Client division; that’s what was listed by Microsoft in its recent filing with SEC. TechFlash added that previously Red Hot was admitted as competitor but only to Server & Tools and Business divisions.» Read more
Although many people will have a legit copy of Windows 7 Enterprise, it seems as though the crackers of the internet have already busted open Windows 7 Ultimate and activated it with an OEM key.» Read more
The best part of the internet is being able to do fast searches for almost anything under the sun and almost always getting some information about it. Google has it’s Google search engine, Yahoo has Yahoo search, and Microsoft has it’s very own Bing! Fully functional on the web on June 3, 2009, Bing had a much anticipated release. Formerly developed under the names of Live Search, MSN Search, and Windows Live Search, it finally made its debut as the “decision engine”.» Read more
Is “what you have” more secure than “what you know”? At the end of the day, companies need to count the cost and decide if smart are preferred over passwords.
At the Microsoft IT Forum held in Copenhagen back in year 2004, chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates touted that the company will be using smart cards for both physical and logical access – a declaration made in conjunction with the announcement of a new .Net smart card.» Read more