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Mobile networks infected by Windows and PC devices
Alcatel-Lucent malware report shows significant rise in mobile infections via PCs and adware in first six months of 2015.
The evolution of the digital classroom: From OHPs to Smart's Kapp IQ
As schools are redeveloped, new schools built and new teachers trained, the buzz is around student-led learning.
There’s a new player in the enterprise tablet space
With the addition of Windows 8.1, customers can choose an enterprise-class tablet that best fits their mobile strategy."
SoftMaker makes its Office 2016 for Windows available for free
As part of its education drive, the company is making the offer available to schools, teachers, colleges and universities.
Don't lose your data when upgrading to Windows 10
“For those out there who have yet to update their PCs, it is important to keep in mind that data can sometimes be lost if something goes wrong."
Windows 10 key focus of Microsoft's Ignite NZ event
"It is especially crucial for Kiwi developers to get savvy on the new operating system to help them stay on the leading edge of innovation."
Windows 10 upgrade causing UFB congestion
The Windows 10 upgrade is having a severe impact of local UFB, with network traffic increasing by up to 100% in New Zealand.
Stop whinging about the DVD player app for Windows 10
The issue that appears to have got Giz’s pants bunched up is the fact that Microsoft are charging US$15 for their DVD-playing app.
Microsoft gains tablet market share following Windows 10 launch
The Windows tablet market share in this quarter was at an all-time high of 9%, up four points from Q2 2014.
Is the Windows 10 Wi-Fi feature a security risk?
Unless they opt out, Windows 10 prompts users to share access to their Wi-Fi networks with any contacts listed in Outlook, Skype and Facebook.
Apple defies trends as other smartphone vendors struggle
Apple’s record-breaking streak with the iPhone continues, as other smartphone vendors are struggling, according to Juniper Research.
Windows 10 lands in Australia - will you upgrade?
Windows 10 has been made officially available as a free upgrade across 190 countries, including Australia.
Windows 10 officially drops in NZ
While Microsoft is describing it as the best and most secure Windows ever, there are questions over its relevance and potential slow adoption rates.
Is Windows 10 Microsoft's big IoT play?
Windows 10 isn’t about Microsoft recapturing the important mobile operating systems market, instead it’s about gaining a strong foothold IoT.
Trend Micro updates security ahead of Windows 10
“We want to ensure our customers are protected in this fast-changing world, providing them with advanced protection without disruption.”
Windows 10 adoption: 71% of IT leaders plan to wait
Two thirds of IT decision makers plan to wait at least 6 months to migrate over to the new operating system, according to a new survey from Adaptiva.
Lenovo debuts Windows 10 lineup
Lenovo has announced its Windows 10 lineup, saying it will start shipping the Windows 10 loaded products immediately - Superfish not included.
Rumours fly about Microsoft’s new Windows flagship phones
Microsoft’s upcoming flagship phones, the 950 and 950 XL, are reportedly coming later this year featuring wireless charging and and iris scanner.
PDF Converter Elite 4: When you need that information reformatted
How often have you wanted the content of a .pdf file in a Word format, or that table in Excel? PDF Converter Elite may be what you’re looking for.
Microsoft's digital assistant: This time it's personal
In the build up to the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has been building the company’s first digital personal assistant.
Why Microsoft should kill off Windows now
Will next week's Windows 10 launch bring users back to Windows?
EXCLUSIVE: Grey day for Microsoft NZ as distribution head moves on
One of Microsoft New Zealand’s best known channel faces is leaving the company, with Warwick Grey resigning.
Windows 10 WiFi Sense: Security risk?
The Windows 10 feature WiFi Sense is raising security concerns due to the fact that it automatically shares WiFi passwords with a user’s contacts.
Microsoft urges partners to prepare and engage for Win 10
Microsoft is urging partners to be proactive as Windows 10 's launch draws near, with a range of services available from the vendor to help resellers.