The value of Windows Vista is often questioned. There are a lot of customers who still think that there might be nor reason to migrate to Windows Vista. I will publish two blog posts giving you some views on the security of our latest operating system. Most of the facts in here are widely known but this might give you some additional guidance.
Let’s start with the Operating System itself. We published the Windows Vista Security Guide, which is split into different sections as shown below:
Let’s look at some of the key challenges to face:
There is different technology in Vista to help you to defend against malware and I would like to touch on a few (some of them not in the guide):
You see, even without active protection, there is already a lot being done around the defense against malware.
So, looking at the next area:
The nightmare scenario: You lost your notebook with sensitive data on! So, there is different technology you can use to protect information on your Notebook:
And there is a lot, lot more but I do not want to write too long blogs which then nobody reads :)
I would like you to look into this and I would like you to look into the above mentioned guide and the really go for Windows Vista deployment…
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In my last post , I briefly touched on different features of Windows Vista, which I think are important