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  • Microsoft Windows Defender

    Originally an antispyware technology, Windows Defender has evolved into an antimalware product that has been included in every Windows OS since Vista.

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  • Microsoft TechNet

    Microsoft TechNet is an online resource site that offers IT professionals free access to learning content and discussion forums.

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  • Microsoft Remote Desktop Web Access (Microsoft RD Web Access)

    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.

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  • VMUG Advantage (VMware User Group Advantage)

    VMUG Advantage is a subscription-based membership offered by VMware User Group (VMUG).

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  • Review: Practical Cryptography corrects Applied Cryptography’s faults

    Practical Cryptography prescribes solutions for a good crypto-system, with more analysis than Applied Cryptography provided, Bianco explains.

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  • RoC (restart on crash)

    RoC (restart on crash) is a functionality built into Windows that automatically restarts an operating system or application when it hangs, freezes or crashes.

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  • pay-as-you-go cloud computing (PAYG cloud computing)

    Pay-as-you-go cloud computing (PAYG cloud computing) is a payment method for cloud computing that charges based on usage.

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  • Signs it may be time to adopt a hybrid cloud strategy

    The cloud is gaining traction, but the public cloud raises security concerns. Learn why a hybrid cloud strategy can offer businesses more benefits.

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  • What issues, if any, have you faced with VDI storage?

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  • Virtual desktop technology has unique needs – Five ways VDI technology is affected by storage

    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.

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