I guess, I do not have to comment this – right?
What Microsoft can teach Apple about security response
To quote the summary:
Microsoft just released seven security updates to fix 23 vulnerabilities in Windows and other products. In February, Apple released a massive update that covered 51 vulnerabilities and also introduced an embarrassing . . . → Read More: What Microsoft can teach Apple about security response
I know, that’s the second time now I am doing this comparison thingy and I promise that I will stop again and deliver you a cool tool as the next post but I read this article: Why I’ve finally had it with my Linux server and I’m moving back to Windows – be sure that . . . → Read More: Moving from Linux to Windows
Well, I have to admit – I am biased. I never used an iPhone in my life and based on my experience with my iPod, I hope I never have to, but who knows. I really do not like the UI which – to me – is everything but user friendly and the worst thing . . . → Read More: Comparing Windows Phone 7 and iPhone
An interesting one: Google Threw A Punch, Microsoft Fires Back With A Missile
If you have not seen these numbers, they are very impressive: Microsoft by the numbers. One of the most impressive figure in there is that we sold 150,000,000 Windows 7 licenses since the launch. Well, this figure by itself does not really impress you, no? It is just big I guess. Well there is another . . . → Read More: Microsoft By Numbers
Well, it is not me saying that, it is actually Clint Boulton, eWeek. He published an article on 10 Reasons Why Google Won’t Beat Microsoft in Cloud Collaboration and they are:
Microsoft Is Big, Getting Bigger Local Still Preferable? Microsoft Now Lives in the Cloud Bang for the Buck Lies with Microsoft Serena Said It . . . → Read More: Why Google Won’t Beat Microsoft on Cloud Collaboration
An interesting post (by a Microsoft employee) on the Google cost calculator. An interesting read on the way they compete….
Lies, Damned Lies and the “Gone Google” Calculator
As you know (I stress that fairly often ), I am Swiss. The reason why I am stressing this today is that I want to give you an example on security from the Swiss market: The banks here on place compete with each other – obviously. However, I have never seen the banks competing on . . . → Read More: Vulnerability Disclosure to Compete?