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  1. What is the Update KB3035583 you might ask?

    We all get confused by some of the non-specific information Microsoft puts out on the knowledge base when it comes to documenting patches issued through its Windows Update service. Sometimes the generalisations made on security fixes for privately reported vulnerabilities are made on purpose. This is to keep some integrity on the actually attack vector patched or so that particular technical…

  2. Microsoft launches Visual Studio Team Foundation Service into production

    I was a bit slow on the pick up of this news, but today learnt that Microsoft have finally launched the Visual Studio Team Foundation Service into production for the general public to subscribe! What’s better and you may not know this, they are also offering up to 5 users for free, and for a limited time…

  3. Veeam Backup Free Edition for VMware and Hyper-V

    If you are looking for a professional back-up utility to backup your hypervisor hosts (VMware or Hyper-V) you are in luck. Veeam; who have led the industry in Virtual infrastructure backup solutions for some time now have announced recently a new free edition of their latest product offering called VeeamZIP. To learn more about it and to download a copy visit this URL:…

  4. Free Anti-Virus Software: Microsoft Security Essentials now available

    Well, it’s been a bit of a wait for us Australian’s but we now have access to the Microsoft Security Essentials software. This is great news for everyone. You may remember back not so long ago when Microsoft released the Microsoft Anti-Spyware BETA then that package transformed into Windows Defender upon full release. Now days…

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