Windows 10 – Automatic Security update advanced tuning options

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In most cases, it is beneficial always let Windows Update automatically install and keep operating system as up-to-date as possible with security patches. Below are a couple of additional options for corporate and home wireless users to help tune this process further as needed:  http://www.pcworld.com/article/3085136/windows/two-ways-to-control-or-stop-windows-10-updates.html An up-to-date PC is less vulnerable to attack, so automatic […]

Microsoft Stream – New video service for enterprise

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The new Microsoft Stream service is designed to let users upload and share videos securely within a corporate setting.  It has just been released in beta mode and works with the cloud-based Azure Media Services http://www.pcworld.com/article/3096782/microsofts-new-service-is-like-youtube-for-the-enterprise.html It’s called Stream, and it’s supposed to let people easily work together with one another on videos, and then […]

Microsoft Xbox – New S model available in August 2016

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The “S” model is a  more compact version of the Xbox One and will debut on August 2, 2016 http://www.pcworld.com/article/3096610/consumer-electronics/microsofts-slimmed-down-xbox-one-s-launches-august-2.html Microsoft’s new slimmed-down version of the Xbox One will hit the streets on August 2, the company announced today, in a launch that coincides with the release of the big Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Unlike […]

Security – Pokemon Go Servers hacked as proof-of-concept

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Some possible weaknesses for the key servers supporting the Pokemon Go application, were discovered by a hacking group who shared issue more to create awareness than actual harm to the user community.   http://www.pcmag.com/news/346190/hackers-we-attacked-pokemon-go-servers As Niantic rolled out Pokemon Go to 26 additional countries over the weekend, it’s easy to assume the rush of new players […]


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