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Inside.it.ch News RSSIn Barcelona sprach VMware-CEO Pat Gelsinger viel über Kubernetes. Alps-Chef Thomas Krieg hatte auch eine Botschaft an die hiesigen Partner....

computerworld.comMicrosoft has integrated third-party mobile threat defense (MTD) software with its Intune unified endpoint management (UEM) platform, enabling corporate systems to detect when an employee's unenrolled, smartphone or tablet has an app potentially infected by malware.The new Intune capability is particularly useful for companies with bring-your-own device (BYOD) policies in that it can block access to enterprise systems on devices flagged by the MTD software.[ Related: How to get the most from Microsoft Intune ] The mobile threat detection feature on Intune will initially allow it to work with software from Lookout for Work, Better Mobile and Zimperium. "In future, we expect other partners to add support for this integration," Microsoft said via a Monday blog post released during its Ignite conference.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comSo, you've got email, you say? Lots of it? More than you can possibly manage without losing the few metaphorical marbles still sloshing around in that soggy ol' brain of yours?I hear ya. In fact, I think we all can relate (even those of us whose brains are, erm, slightly less soggy). And I'm here to tell you: It doesn't have to be so difficult.Gmail has a variety of built-in tools for making your messages more manageable. Some of 'em are a little bit different from what you might be accustomed to using in more traditional email clients (here's lookin' at you, Outlook) — but if you take the time to figure out how they work, you might just be surprised at how effective they can be.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comPilot fish is deployed at a small military base in the desert in Iraq when a lone on-site IT engineer arrives. And he’s very gung-ho.“He was tired of being a mere fobbit — someone who never leaves the FOB (forward operating base),” says fish. “He too wanted to be able to brag about his time ‘outside the wire,’ so he came up with a novel excuse.”The base has a small wireless network using WEP encryption, and the engineer decides he has to make sure the network isn’t being cracked and monitored by insurgents.Which isn’t a bad idea, except that 1) the base is in flat desert and any outsider is easy to spot; 2) wireless just doesn’t have much range; and 3) “I miss you, honey” emails aren’t exactly top-secret material.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comMicrosoft will release a production-quality version of its recast Edge browser Jan. 15, or in just over 10 weeks.What the Redmond, Wash. company this week called a "release candidate" of the final version can be downloaded from the firm's website. The build -- the label usually applies to finished code that may still harbor some bugs -- has been marked 79.0.309.11 and issued as the latest Beta for Windows and macOS.Microsoft first broached the idea of remaking Edge in December 2018, when it announced it was discarding its own rendering and JavaScript engines -- the technologies at the core of any browser -- and instead adopting those built by the Chromium project, the open-source effort led by Google that fuels Chrome. With that declaration, Microsoft gave up on building a modern browser -- one that would replace the ancient and obsolete Internet Explorer (IE) -- and follow in the footsteps of such niche applications as Opera and Brave.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comApple has updated its privacy website and published several white papers explaining its approach to the issue and how its products protect your privacy.Apple offers more information than ever The updated website delivers much more information now, with a broad overview of what the company is doing. It details features and controls as well as the company's  privacy policy and transparency report. The site also offers a selection of understandable white papers that explain how  privacy controls work in Safari, Location Services, Photos and Sign-in With Apple. These contain a large amount of information on Apple and its services.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.com[Disclosure: Microsoft is a client of the author.]This week at Ignite, Microsoft announced the final release of their Edge Chromium browser would be mid-January next year. But I’ve been living with this browser since June, and while I was initially impressed, it has gotten even better over time. (I expect many of you have yet to try this browser out, so here’s the link to the preview of the browser.)Along with this announcement was news of some other interesting aspects of this browser, which uniquely blends Google and Microsoft technology into something we haven’t seen in some time –  effectively a co-developed product by two vendors who have been competing for nearly two decades, often vigorously. But both vendors embrace open source and the idea of collaborating to address big problems. So while both vendors started very differently, they are increasingly looking more and more alike.To read this article in full, please click here...

computerworld.comMicrosoft has combined its System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) with its Intune unified endpoint management (UEM) platform, enabling users to access both using just one interface.The combined products are now called Endpoint Manager, which makes licensing for Intune available to all ConfigMgr customers to co-manage Windows devices. Between the two cloud services, more than 200 million devices are being managed, Microsoft said.To read this article in full, please click here...

pcmag.comThere's no word yet on when Yubico will launch the product, and at what price. But the company said fingerprint recognition has been a much-requested feature....

pcmag.comThe carrier will issue partial refunds as part of a $60 million settlement it made with the FTC for allegedly failing to disclose how AT&T's unlimited data plans could throttle your mobile internet speeds....

pcmag.comThe ideas from Twitter's vice president could help silence all incoming harassment from directly interacting with your account via the @mention function or over retweets. But the same tools could also be used by politicians on Twitter to filter out criticism....

pcmag.comThe price of old technology in the workplace—laggy laptops, out-of-date OSes, inadequate security—is decreased worker productivity and poor morale....

pcmag.comDespite Facebook making changes to the Groups API in 2018, some developers still had access to member names and profile pictures and up to 100 may have retained such data....

pcmag.comThe 18TB drive is expected in the first half of 2020, while the 20TB will launch late in the year....

pcmag.comThis Street Fighter-branded version of the Hori Fighting Stick Mini adds attractive artwork to a very solid budget Nintendo Switch fighting game controller....

pcmag.comWe talk with Leica about the company's new SL2 camera, codenamed Project Vader, as well as the L-Mount Alliance partnership and the future of the M rangefinder system....

pcmag.comAlexa, Google Assistant, or Siri? The first step in choosing an AI companion is deciding which voice assistance platform is the right fit for your home. The second step is picking up one of the best smart speakers we've tested....

pcmag.comLeica's take on a modern mirrorless camera, the SL2, features a high-resolution full-frame sensor, speedy autofocus, and a stunning design—but you pay for it....

pcmag.comWith surprisingly robust Dolby Atmos-compatible directional audio, Amazon's Echo Studio delivers just as much power as smart speakers that cost twice as much....

pcmag.comThe Hybrid HR tracks your fitness, controls your music, and promises two-weeks of battery life....

pcmag.comPiping hot chicken dinners are about to be served at PGC 2019, a multi-weekend esports event featuring the world's best PUBG teams. Here are all the details about the PGC games, schedule, livestream, and more....

pcmag.comRedmond showed off a lot of new tools, from storage to quantum computing, but the Project Cortex goal of turning company data to knowledge stands out....