Tim Greene

Tim Greene covers Microsoft for Network World and writes the Mostly Microsoft blog.

Ancient Microsoft scam lives on

Ping Identity picks up $35 million more in venture funding

Ping Identity has picked up another $35 million in venture funding to speed development of the next-generation of its identity and access management technology and expand the company’s presence in Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Microsoft boards-up research lab amid more layoffs

Microsoft Research is shutting down its Mountain View, Calif., facility as part of layoffs throughout the company.

Report: Bad communication among defense agencies makes China hacks more dangerous

Report: Bad communication among defense agencies makes China hacks more dangerous

It’s not just the fact that China has been hacking U.S. military contractors’ networks, it’s that the agencies discovering the breaches and the contractors themselves haven’t been telling other agencies that need to know, a U.S....

Startup backs services with elasticity of AWS, Azure clouds to outlast DDoS attacks

Security services startup Sentrix mirrors customer Web sites in Amazon Web Services and Azure clouds in order to dynamically expand site resources during DDoS attacks and keep the sites up and running until attackers exhaust their...

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Quiz

The new Apple phones are all anyone’s talking about but how well do you really know them?

iPhone 6 is an apple, the Lumia 830 Windows Phone is an orange.

With today’s iPhone announcements Apple confirms its dedication to consumers, advancing beyond what Microsoft’s Windows Phone has to offer them, but the news also leaves Windows Phone as arguably the better phone for businesses.

Patch Tuesday: Internet Explorer needs critical patches, again

Patch Tuesday: Internet Explorer needs critical patches, again

In a very light set of monthly security bulletins, Microsoft will issue just one that it’s ranking critical and it involves Internet Explorer. If left unpatched, the browser is subject to attacks that execute malicious code on victim...

Surface Pro 3: A great business desktop and a pretty good laptop, too

Microsoft’s latest tablet computer is light, compact and powerful

The new Microsoft under Satya Nadella

The Microsoft CEO has set new goals, taken some decisive actions, moved ahead with works already in progress and made Wall Street happy

iPhones, iPads ripe for the picking

USENIX Security Symposium: Georgia Tech researchers show how PC botnets could infect iOS devices to steal passwords.

Citing super-busy schedule, Ballmer resigns from Microsoft board

Citing super-busy schedule, Ballmer resigns from Microsoft board

Says he’s got too much going on stay on, but he’ll hang on to his Microsoft stock.

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