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Originally an antispyware technology, Windows Defender has evolved into an antimalware product that has been included in every Windows OS since Vista.
Microsoft TechNet is an online resource site that offers IT professionals free access to learning content and discussion forums.
Microsoft Remote Desktop Web Access (Microsoft RD Web Access) is a feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 that allows users to access RemoteApp and Desktop Connection through the Start menu or a Web browser.
VMUG Advantage is a subscription-based membership offered by VMware User Group (VMUG).
Practical Cryptography prescribes solutions for a good crypto-system, with more analysis than Applied Cryptography provided, Bianco explains.
RoC (restart on crash) is a functionality built into Windows that automatically restarts an operating system or application when it hangs, freezes or crashes.
Pay-as-you-go cloud computing (PAYG cloud computing) is a payment method for cloud computing that charges based on usage.
The cloud is gaining traction, but the public cloud raises security concerns. Learn why a hybrid cloud strategy can offer businesses more benefits.
One major misstep made with VDI is not recognizing that the storage workload for a desktop is very different from that of a server. From a technical standpoint, VDI is a lot more balanced for read and writes than a typical server.