Computing

Computer Hardware & Software News

IBM Accidentally Shipped Malware to its Business Customers

Managing enterprise deployments isn’t like handling consumer hardware. Large companies tend to have much longer deployment life cycles, they don’t like to take chances with mission-critical infrastructure, and they demand high reliability and short service times. One thing consumers and enterprise customers do have in common, however, is that shipping them malware is a really bad […]

In defence of the Microsoft Surface laptop

Microsoft launched the Surface Laptop yesterday,  and while everybody seems to agree on how great a piece of hardware engineering it is, analysts and journalists have been quick to point out to what seems like major flaws in Microsoft’s launch strategy: the pricing – $999 for the cheapest model – and the locked-down-but-still-upgradable Windows 10 […]

Intel just patched a critical flaw in its CPUs

Intel has just patched a critical vulnerability in its vPro processors, and worryingly this flaw has existed for no less than seven years. To be precise, the problem is an escalation of privilege vulnerability in Intel’s Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel Standard Manageability (ISM), and Intel Small Business Technology firmware – a bug which could […]

Page 10 of 85« First...89101112...203040...Last »
The Post5 - Technology News , Game News & More © 2016 basic tutorial | may ao thun | may ao thun | may ao so mi | web rao vat kenh dang tin