Microsoft Trustworthy Computing will release results of its new “Trust in Computing” research study this week. The Microsoft-commissioned survey aims to uncover current attitudes and perceptions related to security and privacy. The research touches on timely topics, including the impact of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the enterprise, the development of secure software and cybercrime.
Her day starts with feeding breakfast to three kids, and of course they all want something different. Then each has their own schedule and activities, homework deadlines and what not. Oh and by the way, mom has a business to run. Thank goodness she’s got a Surface.
See the video and read the Q&A to see why Sharon Schneider is happy with Surface, and how it helps her keep her family organized as well as run a successful business reselling clothes that toddlers grow out of so quickly.
Early birds take note, the second release candidate for Visual Studio 2012.3 shipped this week and is available for you to kick the tires on.
“We are getting close to shipping Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server 2012.3 (Update 3),” Brian Harry posted on his blog today. “We’re down to fixing just the last few bugs and if you are thinking of upgrading to Update 3, now would be a good time to give it a try and let us know if there are any last minute issues we need to fix.”
Today, Skype released a new version of Skype for Windows desktop that makes it easier to add contacts and improves video messaging.
In Skype for Windows desktop 6.5, you’ll find the following improvements:
· Video messaging enables you to share life moments with contacts whether they’re off or online. With this release we improved the stability of video messaging and made video messaging easier to find with improved notifications.
· We’ve made sending and accepting contact requests more intuitive. Accepting a contact request will now appear right in your instant message view.