Windows 8 hasn’t even been released yet, but with the big day approaching this Friday it’s a good time to think about your business migration strategy.Many businesses have just recently moved to Windows
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As Microsoft Corp. prepares to finally pull the plug of Windows XP sales, industry insiders say Canadian and American businesses may be facing a shortage of Windows 7 migration experts.It's not a Y2K-style
Windows 7 momentum is slowly but surely spilling over into the corporate world as long-frozen tech budgets begin to thaw and new PCs are purchased. Research firm Forrester predicts that enterprise-wide adoption of
A security researcher on Sunday published a working exploit of a critical Windows vulnerability, making it more likely that attacks will spread.According to a security advisory issued Friday by Microsoft , hackers can