Windows 10 – Microsoft is catering to enterprise

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft plans to allow IT professionals to buy applications in bulk from an app store, something Apple has offered for years.

But in Microsoft’s case, the IT departments will also be able to assign these apps to individual people through a username/password technology that many IT departments already use: Active Directory.

Windows 10 – Microsoft is going straight from Windows 8 to 10

Yesterday Microsoft showed off a preview of their upcoming operating system, Windows 10. That’s right, they’ve skipped Windows 9 and are going straight to Windows 10. According to Microsoft executive Terry Myerson “When you see the product in its fullness I think you will agree with us that it is a more appropriate name”.

Microsoft has envisioned an environment where one operating system is used across all devices, a platform that delivers a consistent experience no matter how you access it.

Synology DiskStation Update

The latest update for the Synology DiskStation manager software (DSM Version: 5.0-4493 Update 5) is available now. Of note among the various bug fixes, this revision addresses an identified vulnerability that could potentially allow servers to accept unauthorized access.