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Windows 8: A Win For Enterprise Security
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Oscar23
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Oscar23,
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12/18/2012 | 7:43:56 AM
re: Windows 8: A Win For Enterprise Security
Computer's security is always our care, especially enterprises. Though Windows 8 have improved in its security. Maybe danger always exist. No matter which system you choose, I think password can be not the problem. There are too many ways can be used to unlock your computer. Anmosoft Windows Password Reset can be a choice. So I think Windows Password can be not the reason that you do not choose Windows 8
fmarshsy2
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10/31/2012 | 10:34:13 AM
re: Windows 8: A Win For Enterprise Security
Improvements to security of software are to be welcomed, particularly from Microsoft as a somewhat significant player. We just need to remember that security needs to be done with a holistic approach to securing those things that are important. What's important depends on your point of view, and that makes the whole subject so interesting - its not just the techie stuff we need to get right but the processes and people aspects.
Michael A. Davis
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10/29/2012 | 6:42:13 PM
re: Windows 8: A Win For Enterprise Security
That is java being exploited, not windows 8.
JPolk
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10/26/2012 | 1:45:29 PM
re: Windows 8: A Win For Enterprise Security
Unfortunately, enterprise users will probably never see Windows 8 at work. With many companies still on Xp and only beginning to migrate to 7 and the steep learning curve for Windows 8 you'll probably see some other version come to light. All of the security enhancements are hidden under what will be perceived as a carnival atmosphere and that is what is going to keep Windows 8 off the company desk.
crushkittykitty
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crushkittykitty,
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10/26/2012 | 1:36:07 PM
re: Windows 8: A Win For Enterprise Security
unless you take the human factor out windows 8 is now more secure then windows 7 or even xp here is a windows 8 being exploited https://www.youtube.com/watch?...


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