The cloud drives Microsoft's narrative for the future of computing. The Windows story of old is still important but is just a link in Microsoft's bigger picture of making itself the world's platform for ubiquitous computing. I've given context on how Microsoft's cloud strategy will affect users and provided insight into the intelligent edge, Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft Graph and Project Rome which are components of this strategy. Combined with the company's recent reorg Microsoft is making what I've called, "cloud as a cross-platform Super OS", a reality. In fact, Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella echoed that metaphor during his Build keynote and referred to the cloud as "the world's computer." Part of that "computer" is Microsoft 365, a collection of Microsoft cloud-based services where user and company data resides unified by the Microsoft Graph. It's more than data storage, however. It's intelligently interconnected cross-platform information managed by Artificial Intelligence … [Read more...] about How Microsoft 365 connects the consumer-professional to ubiquitous computing
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Pundits have gone round and round debating the merits of iPad as computer or computer as potential touch tablet, but here's the honest truth: Both can be equally powerful options for very, very different tasks. As much fun as it would be to ring up another round in the heavyweight battle that is iPad versus Mac, I say we call the whole thing off. Instead, let's focus on what actually matters: tailoring the tasks you need to accomplish with the computer that makes sense for those tasks. The iPad and iPad Pro can be an incredible device for artists, those that need a portable cellular connection, or extreme portability. In contrast, the MacBook (and by extension, MacBook Pro) laptops are perfect for those who need a super-charged multitasking machine, a compact Mac, or a permanent keyboard solution. Both can be ideal on planes, in coffeeshops, studying in classrooms, presenting in boardrooms, and relaxing in living rooms. But which one is ideal for you? Check our reviews We'll chiefly be … [Read more...] about iPad and iPad Pro vs. MacBook and MacBook Pro: Which should you buy?
Process manager Filter all the running processes by their executable path. Select and manage several processes at once. Kill processes. Kill several processes with the same path at once. Kill processes and delete the parent files simultaneously. Kill all the listed processes. Kill all the listed processes except the system processes. Kill all non trusted processes. Pause and resume processes. Verify the processes files signatures. Search information about a process over the internet. Submit one or more processes MD5 to VirusTotal using the VT API. Open the processes files locations. View the processes executable files properties. Startup entries and scheduled tasks Delete startup entries, scheduled tasks and corresponding files simultaneously. Select and manage several entries at once. Verify the startup entries files signatures. Hide Microsoft signed files from the list. Search information about a startup entry file over the internet. Submit one or more startup entries files MD5 to … [Read more...] about UVK Ultra Virus Killer
When it comes to enterprise productivity, Microsoft has two feet in the future and just one in the past, and that’s why it has chosen to significantly improve Office on iOS for every user with the kind of collaborative tools enterprises need.Microsoft gets mobileMicrosoft may have lost the war to dominate mobile hardware, but (like Apple) its future business plan is increasingly based on services, not beige boxes.The company’s OS may lurk inside a huge number of PCs, but the company knows where things are going, and that’s why it has diversified to provide the kind of enterprise productivity and core infrastructure solutions it now provides, from Lync to Skype, Office to OneDrive and beyond.It’s no secret.The company’s own website tells us it is focused on collaboration, assistive intelligence, new levels of creative tool and augmented reality and intelligent "ambient computing" environments. All of these mission statements are evidenced in the latest … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s Office on iOS improvements puts enterprises everywhere
I, for one, thought that Office-based malware reached its zenith in the late 1990s, with the likes of Melissa. Sure, we’ve seen macro-based pain-in-the-neckware over the past two decades, including some macro malware that specifically attacks Macs, but by and large, Word, Excel and, to a lesser degree, PowerPoint now throw warning dialogs into the middle of just about any attack. Those with malevolent intent have moved on to greener fields.Or have they?Some clever researchers have found new and unexpected ways to get Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents to deliver all sorts of malware — ransomware, snoopers, even a newly discovered credential stealer that specializes in gathering usernames and passwords.In many cases, these new uses employ methods as old as the hills. But the old warning signs don’t work as well as they once did: Confronted with a challenge like the one in the screenshot, many folks, nowadays, wouldn’t hesitate to click Yes.The power of … [Read more...] about Office as a malware delivery platform: DDE, Scriptlets, Macro obfuscation