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When the going get’s tough call a Microsoft Partner

April 28, 2015

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Microsoft often gets a hard time for its security and the confidence customers can have in its product. Recent comments in the press around the benefits of Open Source as a more secure and transparent option misses a critical component in the debate and evaluation criteria – Partnership and Structure. In my experience proprietary software […]

Windows 8.1 Update 1 – Are you serious!

March 12, 2014

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Having now had the Windows 8.1 Update 1 installed since it was inadvertently leaked last week I can only hope that the version leaked is a Beta, a work in progress, in fact a VERY early work in progress if not Alpha. Headlining the attention Microsoft was giving to this Update was the meant to […]

Microsoft OneDrive, What’s in a name?

February 19, 2014

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‘Microsoft launches OneDrive globally, with some freebies’. More on the freebie ‘Microsoft to give 100GB free OneDrive storage to early birds’. So it’s out with a big fanfare and more obfuscation for the humble consumer and business user alike as they get their heads around a name change and a few new bells and whistles […]

When it comes to PC’s 2013 says it takes two to Tango.

January 5, 2014

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2013 was a year that resounded with harbingers postulating the demise of tech (the PC being the whipping boy) and the rise of tech (fondle’slabs with Apple iPad leading the charge predictably) as never before in a totally compromised digital ecosystem, the latter point coming as no surprise to those in the security industry and […]

Windows 8.1 – Loaded, aimed, fired …. miss!

October 19, 2013

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Having been running Windows 8.1 RTM (‘Release to Market’ version) since it was available to partners over a month ago on both a multi-screen 27inch desktop rig and Windows Surface Pro. I guess I have been holding my breath hoping that the public release would somehow address the underwhelming enhancements and reverse a feeling that […]

Free Windows RT – A Future or not?

January 28, 2013

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Windows RT officially launched alongside Windows 8 on October 26, 2012 with the Microsoft Surface device leading the pack of several Windows RT-powered devices from OEM partners. Despite the lack of clarity around the Windows RT v. Windows 8 versions, Windows RT has established a solid user base. It delivers to the mobile demands of […]

Windows 8 To Go Workspace Creation Guide

November 24, 2012

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The following guide will allow you to configure a USB device that is Windows 8 To Go ‘Ready’. This guide is designed for users who are not yet running Windows 8, and whilst it can be followed if you are running Windows 8 IF you have Windows 8 Enterprise then a much simpler option is […]