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Microsoft Sharpens SQL Operations Studio's Job Management Tools

Borrowing from SQL Server Management Studio, the free database management tool now offers more job tracking and management options.

Microsoft Launches Azure File Sync for Cloud-Based File Services

The service allows businesses to wrangle their Windows Server file shares and protect their data offsite.

Microsoft Doubles Performance of Azure SQL Data Warehouse

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse gets a speed boost, and Symantec improves email security with threat isolation technology.

NSS Labs Releases Next-Generation Firewall Test Results

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DNS Rebinding Vulnerabilities Expose 496M Enterprise Devices to Risk

A decade-old attack vector is still a real risk for enterprises, potentially enabling hackers to gain access to private internal networks.

Why Infosec Practitioners are Turning into Data Scientists

Security practitioners cannot wait for the information they need to protect the enterprise, and thus the speed of delivery becomes a driving factor in the success ...

Google Going Public With ‘Grab and Go’ Chromebook Loaner Program

A new Google program allows corporate computer users who experience sudden device failures to quickly borrow a Chromebook to they can get back to work.

Microsoft Makes OneNote Client Kinder to Laptop Batteries

The OneNote desktop client will now pause file synchronization operations when Windows slips into its power-saving mode.

Otis Elevator Hikes Role of IoT in Customer Service, Satisfaction

eWEEK CASE STUDY: Otis Elevator is creating smarter buildings by using Internet of Things technology to monitor the health of its people-moving equipment to enable ...

Microsoft Tackles Long-Term IoT Device Support and Maintenance

Businesses can now sell and deploy devices that run the Windows 10 IoT Core operating system without worrying that an unwelcome feature update will throw a wrench ...