In some circles, September 1993 is known as ‘Eternal September’ or ‘the September that never ended’. It’s an expression that came about over 20 years ago from Usenet and new ISPs popping up like AOL.
Many of the top manufacturers of solid state drives have a software “toolbox” to go along with the hardware to configure the best performance.
To control some of the overhead that results from using Group Policy, you might look into utilizing some of the Group Policy cmdlets for PowerShell.
One of the original drivers that shipped with the OptiPlex 790/7010/9010 and Latitude E6520/E6530 for the Intel network card can error out in quite an interesting way.
There are a few concepts that can undermine even the democratizing power of the Web.
Microsoft took to the offense this week against malware, specifically Bladabindi (NJrat) and Jenxcus (NJw0rm) family of malware. In their sights to try to shut down this malware was another U.S.-based company, No-IP, with parent company Vitalwerks Internet Solutions, LLC.
Canada and the European Union have both passed laws that are being implemented and impact technology.
I recently watched the movie Disconnect, a 2012 movie about three scenarios where the digital world collides with people’s personal lives. The different scenarios include cyber bullying, identity theft, and online prostitution.
When trying to build packages for Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps that updated last week, I ran into an error with the 32-bit versions of InCopy CC and InDesign CC.
Today, the free image editor came out of beta and reached final release.
Microsoft announced the private preview of Microsoft Interflow, a platform for exchanging security and threat information between cybersecurity analysts and researchers.