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Computer World Security NewsFeb 03, 2023
How to protect your privacy in Windows 11
From the moment Microsoft released Windows 10 in 2015, the new OS came under fire for the amount of private information it gathered from users by default. Over the years, the vendor gradually introduced changes to Windows 10 that alleviated some of those privacy concerns, but some remain — and most of those apply to Windows 11 as well.

Whether you think Windows 11 crosses the privacy line or just want to safeguard as much of your personal life as possible, we're here to help. Here's how to protect your privacy in just a few minutes.

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ComputerWorldJan 23, 2023
Microsoft exec: AI will reinvent Windows user experience, define ‘our time'
Microsoft appears all in on artifical intelligence (AI), whether as an update to Windows 11 or a future "Windows 12" platform.

During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this month, Microsoft Chief Product Officer Panos Panay said AI is "the defining technology of our time" and would play a significant role in the future development of Windows.

"It's like nothing I have ever seen before," Panay said during AMD's CES keynote session. "It's transforming industries, it's improving our daily lives on many ways. Some of it you see, some of it you don't see. And we are right now, right this moment, at an inflexion point. This is where computing from the cloud to the edge is becoming more and more intelligent, more personal, and it's all done by harnessing the power of AI."

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Microsoft could layoff 11,000 employees: Reports (ComputerWorld)

Computer World Security NewsDec 22, 2022
Why enterprises should embrace remote work in 2023
Many businesses are looking to cut costs as economies face recession, but some enterprises may be ignoring one of the most effective ways to trim the fat while boosting productivity — by embracing remote working.

The power is in your hands We know Macs, iPhones, and iPads have been seeing increased deployment across the enterprise. We also know (because IBM, SAP and so many companies tell us) that businesses that embrace Apple kit also see reduced overall cost of ownership and lower tech support costs. Employee choice delivers big benefits.

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Why Macs and iPhones should avoid installing 'orphan' apps (Computer World Security News)
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