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China Takes Aim at Windows and Android OS

The gauntlet has been thrown and the battles are about to begin in the war of OS supremacy. China has announced that, in an alliance between HTC and Shanghai Liantong Network Communications Technology, it has undertaken the development of it’s own operating system for PC’s, tablets and smartphones. The new operating system is called COS,… Read the full post

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Why Is Linux Cooler Than Windows?

What is it about Linux which attracts geeks—and even non-geeks—away from Windows? It seems crazy. Windows has some of the most advanced software in the world, it works automatically on every PC with every device, and anyone who masters it is almost assured a high-paying tech job. But, still, geeks flock to Linux. Why is… Read the full post

Windows Server 2012 : Towards More Mobility

In our previous article, Windows Server 2012 – New Advanced Features, we introduced some of the many new features that Windows Server 2012 provides to its clients. In this article we will focus on some more, particularly features that ease remote access. The opportunity to work from anywhere with nothing more than an Internet connection was… Read the full post

Windows Server 2012 – New Advanced Features

In this article I would like to share the new things in Windows Server 2012 that grabbed my particular attention. It’s not a full list of the new features, which you can find on the Microsoft official site. It’s more like a summary of the more advanced and intriguing new features.

Is Windows Server 2012 cloud ready?

To answer this question we need to take a closer look at the requirements for a server system to be considered cloud ready and then investigate the different features of Windows Server 2012 that does or does not meet these requirements. Windows Server 2012 is the official name of Windows Server code name “8” and… Read the full post

Windows Azure Overview Part 4: Security

  This blog post is part of the blog post series on Windows Azure. You can read the rest of this series here (part1 ; part2 ; part3). There are very few organizations that apply as many security measures as Microsoft does for its Windows Azure service. Listed below are some of the precautions Microsoft has implemented… Read the full post