Posts Tagged ‘server’

Microsoft Security Bulletins October 2016

Monday, October 17th, 2016

Here’s a quick summary of the fixes and changes included in last weekend’s Microsoft Security Bulletins.

Microsoft released updates for supported operating systems and other company products on today’s patch day. This guide provides you with information on the patches and related information. It covers all security and non-security updates that Microsoft released, plus additional information and links that may prove useful. It begins with an executive summary highlighting the most important information about the October 2016 Patch day.

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Microsoft Security Bulletins May 2016

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

In case you’re wondering why your PC rebooted itself last night …

The Microsoft Security Bulletins May 2016 overview provides you with information about the May 2016 Patch Day for Windows and other Microsoft products. The overview lists all security and non-security patches that Microsoft released for client and server versions of the Windows operating system. All link to Microsoft Knowledge Base pages or other resources that allow you to find out more about individual patches.

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Microsoft Security Bulletins for November 2015

Friday, November 13th, 2015

Here it is mid-month again, and time for another round of Microsoft Security Bulletins …

Welcome to the Microsoft Windows patch overview for November 2015. The guide provides you with relevant information about all security and non-security patches that Microsoft released for Windows and other company products in the past 30 day period. It begins with an executive summary that lists the most important information in condensed form, followed by distribution information. The distribution sections list all versions of Windows and other Microsoft products that have received patches this month.

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Microsoft Security Bulletins for August 2015

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015

Another month, another Microsoft patch day …

This is the Microsoft patch overview for August, 2015.  It reviews all security and non-security patches that the company has made available for its Windows operating system and other company products. The overview provides you with details and links to all patch notes and knowledge base articles that provide additional information about each update. It begins with an executive summary listing the most important information about this month’s patch day.

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Microsoft Security Bulletins for May 2015

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Here’s a concise summary of the features included in this month’s Microsoft Security Bulletins (just in case you’re interested.)

This page offers an overview of Microsoft’s May 2015 patch day. The guide provides you with information about each security bulletin that was released today as part of the the update day. It lists all security bulletins released by the company today and all non-security updates released by Microsoft since the last Patch Tuesday which happened on April 14, 2015.

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Microsoft Security Bulletins for February 2015

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Last night, two of my home computers rebooted themselves in the middle of the night. When I came into work this morning, my work computer took longer than usual to wake up. Those were three sure signs that Microsoft has released this month’s security patches …

Welcome to the Microsoft security release overview for February 2015. You find information about each security bulletin that Microsoft released this month. Since the company releases bulletins for all its products, you will find information about affected operating systems and other Microsoft products below.

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Who on the Internet can See your IP Address, and What can They do with it?

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

This is all pretty basic information, but it doesn’t hurt to review every once in a while …

Browsing the Internet is very similar to driving around with a car privacy wise. People see the license plate of the car which some can use to look up information about the owner of the car. The IP address of a device works in a similar fashion, albeit not that much in the open. Whenever programs such as web browsers connect to websites, one or multiple server connections are established by it in the background.

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Microsoft Security Bulletins for June 2014 – Overview

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Here’s a quick summary of the fixes in this month’s Microsoft Security Bulletins …

This is the Microsoft Security Bulletins for June 2014 overview. It offers information about all security bulletins and non-security updates that Microsoft has released since May 13, 2014. This month, a total of seven bulletins are released for various Microsoft products including versions of Microsoft Windows client and server, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Lync and Internet Explorer. Two bulletins have received the highest severity rating of critical this month, while the remaining five a severity rating of important.

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Facebook Open Compute Project

Friday, April 8th, 2011

Here’s an interesting article about Facebook’s next generation data center …

Building and using efficient computing infrastructures is one of the goals of many successful Internet companies. Small improvements in efficiency can have huge effects on the running costs, let alone the company’s image as a “green” company.

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Don’t Overlook These Seven Problem Areas of Virtualization

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Here’s an interesting overview of some of the challenges that one often encounters when implementing virtualization …

Virtualization has many benefits and there are many articles and vendor whitepapers to help you learn about them. What about the challenges that face the typical virtualization implementation?

Here are seven areas that often get overlooked or become afterthoughts:

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