Xbox Live’s Major Nelson, who has been on the road, traveling around the country to promote XboxOne, will end the year’s tour Friday, Dec. 20 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with a visit to the Microsoft Store at the Plaza Las Americas.
On site, he and his team will have the “Killer Instinct” cabinet, with the Mad Catz “Killer Instinct” Arcade FightStick, on hand for visitors to play, as well as “FIFA 14,” “Peggle 2” and more Xbox One titles, he writes on his blog.
Many of the IT Professionals that contact our customer service and support group have common questions related to security incidents and are seeking guidance on how to mitigate threats from determined adversaries. Given the level of interest in this information and common scenarios that exist amongst different organizations, we are publishing a multi-part series which will detail common security incidents organizations face and provide recommended mitigations based on guidance from our Security Support team.
It is important to note that each phase has one or more technical and, more importantly, administrative controls that could have been used to block or slow down the attack. These mitigations are listed after each phase. Each mitigation addresses specific behaviors and attack vectors that have been seen previously in multiple security incidents. Read more.
If you’ve got any devices that are still running Windows 8.1 Preview or Windows RT 8.1 Preview, you’ll want to update them to final release versions through the Windows Store before Jan. 15. That’s when the preview versions expire, writes Ben Hunter on the Springboard Series Blog.
“If you installed the Windows 8.1 Preview or Windows RT 8.1 Preview from the Windows Store, you can update to the final release through the Windows Store by following the instructions available here,” he writes. “Note that you will have to reinstall all of your applications (desktop or modern) after doing this.”
Designed to encourage and support female college students pursing computer sciences, the second annual International Women’s Hackathon is set for April 24 – 27, 2014 on university campuses around the world.
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