Microsoft has set a release date for Windows 10 to arrive in the summer.
If you’re eagerly awaiting Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 10, then it looks like you don’t have long to wait. Late July looks set to be the launch period for the new OS, with hardware partner AMD accidentally spilling the beans. This means we have less than 15 weeks to go before the new OS ships.
Your computer screen freezes with a pop-up message—supposedly from the FBI or another federal agency—saying that because you violated some sort of federal law your computer will remain locked until you pay a fine.
Or you get a pop-up message that says your personal files have been encrypted and you must pay to get the key needed decrypt them.
With the latest Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft is fixing the FREAK vulnerability that could help attackers intercept secured network communications.
The security bulletin is one of 14 Microsoft issued Tuesday, five of which are marked critical, meaning administrators should apply them as quickly as possible.
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As you may be aware, support for Windows XP and Office 2003 will end on April 8, 2014. Having an unsupported operating system running on your network carries potential risks such as;
Security and compliance risk of running an unsupported desktop operating system.
It is hard to believe it, but February is already upon us and it looks like this year will be over before we know it! That being said, one of the most special days of the year – for many – happens in February. That’s right, it’s the day of love: Valentine’s day.
2013 is behind us, and we are all back to work, focusing on the year ahead. We here at NETiMAGE would like to take a minute and wish you a prosperous 2014. As your IT Partner, we also hope that we have the privilege to serve, and help you reach your goals this year.
In observance of the Christmas holiday, our technical support will be closed on Tuesday, 12/24 and Wednesday, 12/25. We will be returning support calls on Thursday, 12/26. If you have a Priority Support Option (PSO), our emergency technical support coverage will be available on Tuesday and Wednesday. (Holiday rates will apply.)