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Windows 8 privacy complaint misses the forest for the trees

arstechnica.com
Windows 8 contains a significant privacy flaw, insecurely telling Microsoft about every program you run, according to student and developer Nadim Kobeissi whose assessment fails to grasp some key technical details. Kobeissi, who has made a name for himself with his controversial browser-based secure chat service Cryptocat, says that the...
Windows 8 privacy complaint misses the forest for the trees

Jive Software adds integration tool for its enterprise social platform

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Jive Software has released an add-on to its enterprise social networking (ESN) software that automates and simplifies the process of integrating Jive's suite with third-party systems.The add-on is based on technology Jive acquired when it bought a company called StreamOnce. At launch, the StreamOnce add-on links Jive's ESN suite...
Jive Software adds integration tool for its enterprise social platform

Microsoft finalizes Windows Server Essentials 2012 small-business server

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Microsoft's Windows Server Essentials 2012 will be preloaded on servers from OEM partners before the end of the year....
Microsoft finalizes Windows Server Essentials 2012 small-business server

Where's Hadoop for Microsoft's Windows Server?

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Microsoft and Hortonworks’ implementation of the Hadoop big-data framework for Azure is in the midst of testing. But where’s the promised Windows Server implementation?...
Where's Hadoop for Microsoft's Windows Server?
Visual Studio + Git: Microsoft development tools now support open-source version-control system Git

The rise of Node.js: JavaScript graduates to the server

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Microsoft and others have already adopted this technology to extend JavaScript beyond the browser -- but it has limits developers must beware...
The rise of Node.js: JavaScript graduates to the server

Microsoft Acquires InCycle's Release Management Service InRelease To Improve Its Team Foundation Server

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Microsoft has acquired InCycle’s release management solution InRelease, a tool for automatically deploying application components to target services in different environments. InCycle is a Canadian company that specializes in application lifecycle management (ALM) and release management solutions on Microsoft’s .NET platform. As Microsoft is only acquiring its InRelease business unit,...
Microsoft Acquires InCycle's Release Management Service InRelease To Improve Its Team Foundation Server

Microsoft: No more versions of Windows Home Server

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Microsoft's home-server operating system will not be refreshed after its current version. This according to the company's Windows Server 2012 Essentials frequently asked questions document (pdf), which confirmed that the company was folding the feature into other Windows software. The last version of Windows Home Server was released in March...
Microsoft: No more versions of Windows Home Server

Microsoft acquires InRelease, adding continuous deployment to Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server

thenextweb.com
Microsoft has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire InCycle Software’s release management solution business, called InRelease. The move would allow the Redmond-based company add Release Management capabilities to its application lifecycle management (ALM) services and DevOps solutions currently powered by Microsoft Visual Studio and its Team Foundation...
Microsoft acquires InRelease, adding continuous deployment to Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server

Embracing collaborative development, Microsoft brings Git to Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server

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Microsoft announced this morning that it is bringing Git support to both Visual Studio, and Team Foundation Server. Git, free software under the GNU public liscence, built at first by Linux-guru Linus Torvalds to help with the construction of that operating system’s kernel, is distributed revision control for collaborative software...
Embracing collaborative development, Microsoft brings Git to Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server
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