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The Microsoft-Android transformation is about to affect us all

The Microsoft-Android transformation is about to affect us all I’m starting to feel like a broken record here, but man: Microsoft really is shaping up to be one of the most interesting forces in the Android ecosystem this year. As the company gears up to release its first homegrown Android phone, the unusually dual-screened […]

Apple, the iPhone 11, CBRS and the enterprise

Apple, the iPhone 11, CBRS and the enterprise Apple’s iPhone 11 introduced support for Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) for the first time, which should help U.S. enterprise users solve real problems. What is it and what can it do? What is Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)? A simplified explanation of CBRS is that […]

It's Patch Tuesday; make sure you pause Windows Updates

It’s Patch Tuesday; make sure you pause Windows Updates Yes, with Windows you have to get patched sooner or later. No, you don’t have to do it right away. Every month Microsoft releases buggy Patch Tuesday patches. Every. Single. Month. Every month we’re admonished to get patched right now, lest the bad guys start […]

It's Patch Tuesday time; make sure you pause Windows Updates

It’s Patch Tuesday time; make sure you pause Windows Updates Yes, with Windows you have to get patched sooner or later. No, you don’t have to do it right away. Every month Microsoft releases buggy Patch Tuesday patches. Every. Single. Month. Every month we’re admonished to get patched right now, lest the bad guys […]

What's in the latest Firefox upgrade? Firefox 78 starts ESR transition for enterprises

What’s in the latest Firefox upgrade? Firefox 78 starts ESR transition for enterprises Mozilla last week upgraded Firefox to version 78, patching a baker’s dozen of security flaws and starting the annual process of retiring last year’s Extended Support Release (ESR) and offering customers the latest enterprise-designed build. Company engineers patched 13 vulnerabilities, seven labeled […]

Most bugs in Microsoft's June patches have been fixed; go ahead and patch

Most bugs in Microsoft’s June patches have been fixed; go ahead and patch The most obvious problem with June patches was a conflict between Microsoft’s latest version of Windows and Microsoft’s latest version of Office (er, Microsoft 365) Click-to-Run: If you installed patches as soon as they came out, Outlook wouldn’t run. That bug got […]

Zoom komt met Hardware-as-a-Service en gaat diep partnership aan met ServiceNow

Zoom komt met Hardware-as-a-Service en gaat diep partnership aan met ServiceNow Zoom heeft de afgelopen maanden behoorlijk wat zeilen bij moeten zetten om de exploderende vraag naar haar dienst te kunnen verwerken. Zo waren er de nodige security-issues die op stel en sprong verholpen moesten worden en ging men een samenwerking aan met Oracle […]

Google Voice deserves your attention (again)

Google Voice deserves your attention (again) If you’d told me five years ago that I’d one day write another article about the importance of Google Voice, I’d have responded with a friendly but firm “fuhgeddaboudit.” Google Voice was once one of Google’s greatest but most underappreciated services. When it launched way back in the […]