Google has taken a potshot at Microsoft, something it does occasionally, using a survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies — and paid for by its own cloud business — to ventilate the concerns of government users who are mostly locked into a Microsoft environment.
Two actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities are among 55 flaws fixed by Microsoft in its monthly Patch Tuesday, with four other zero-days also being remedied.
Epson's new RapidReceipt RR-600W receipt and document scanner aims to make life easier for small businesses, micro businesses and home users.
Among the latest updates from accounting software provider MYOB is a browser interface for MYOB AccountRight.
GUEST OPINION by Greg Wyman, Bufferzone Security: Organisations can train users all day, every day, but humans are humans. It’s never possible to train 100 percent of users to identify and never click on an (unknown) malicious link, or open a potentially harmful email attachment.
VENDOR NEWS by Greg Wyman, Bufferzone Security: Organisations can train users all day, every day, but humans are humans. It’s never possible to train 100 percent of users to identify and never click on an (unknown) malicious link, or open a potentially harmful email attachment.
Microsoft 365 was launched three years ago as a business product combining Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 Business Premium and other software, but it has now completely replaced the Office 365 brand.
Epson's new WorkForce ES-500WR is a $699 desktop scanner with a 50-sheet input tray, one-pass duplex operation, and some interesting document and data management features.
A new type of email phishing scam has been discovered which warns people that they’ve come into contact with a friend/colleague/family member who has been infected with the coronavirus, according to one global security firm.
The threat actor TA505 has begun distributing a new malware downloader known as AndroMut, the security firm Proofpoint claims, adding that this downloader pulls down a remote access trojan that it has called FlawedAmmyy.
The security firm Deep Instinct claims to have found a third variant of the ServHelper Windows malware that is being distributed by the threat actor TA505 and uses an Excel 4.0 macro Dropper, a legacy mechanism still supported by Microsoft Office, to spread.
Microsoft Excel has been giving scientists headaches for more than a decade, but nothing has been done to fix the issues which have been identified.
Microsoft and Salesforce.com have announced the first fruits of their strategic partnership.
Apple has quietly followed up a week of surprises with a massive one - an iPhone version of Microsoft Office.
The price of the iOS version of Polaris Office has been slashed to $4.49, but only until tomorrow.
It is a truism that what gets measured gets improved. One important function of the CIO is to ensure strategic information is delivered to executive management as a basis for steering the company. Here is a simple C# app to easily publish results of SQL queries as Excel spreadsheets.
Microsoft released six security bulletins on November's Patch Tuesday. Four are rated critical, and a total of 17 vulnerabilities are addressed.
Microsoft is preparing to release six security bulletins this month, four rated critical, one important and one moderate. Even Windows RT and Server 2012 are affected.
Microsoft has released a wide-ranging update for Office for Mac 2011 in the form of Service Pack 2.
Microsoft's Christmas stocking of security patches isn't quite as well stuffed as we were led to expect. Nevertheless, 19 vulnerabilities have been addressed.
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