EMET meets one absolute necessity for enterprise deployment: It is deployable and manageable through Active Directory Group Policy Objects. The US Department of Defense mandates use of EMET in computer systems and GPOs to manage it.
If the DoD is using EMET, maybe your enterprise should take a look at this solution.
Great Article from ZDNet on Microsoft’s EMET
It may be a little to early to be comparing the latest version of OS X to Windows 10. Especially, considering that it most likely that most of the new features of Windows 10 haven’t made it into the “BETA” code that is in public preview.
Yesterday, Frank Shaw (Microsoft’s Corporate VP of Communications), took to Twitter with his own tweetstorm by recapping major Microsoft happenings in 2014 which are captured in the graphic below.
Tweets via @fxshaw on Twitter.
The new features in Windows 10 require the introduction of some new keyboard shortcuts. Here are ten Windows 10 shortcuts that will get you up and running.
Using Windows 10 Tech Preview? Check out these new keyboard shortcuts
The new Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Suite is now available for customers to license Windows on a per user basis with a lot of nice additional features.
Here are some links to gather the necessary information to see if ECS is right for your company.
Microsoft’s ECS Page -http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/about-licensing/windows8-1.aspx
Licensing School YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do07TksAwE4
SHI Blog – http://blog.shi.com/14/11/03/how-microsoft-enterprise-cloud-suite-licensing-affects-you/#.VHxImslEOT5
Picture courtesy of SHI Blog – http://blog.shi.com/2014/11/03/how-microsoft-enterprise-cloud-suite-licensing-affects-you/#.VHxImslEOT5
Love this motivational graphic for a Monday morning.