Software

Linux

This page provides advice on some of the most important activities that are particularly relevant for protecting Linux workstations....

Windows Server 2003

Microsoft ceased support for its Windows Server 2003 and Small Business Server 2003 operating systems in 2015....

Windows XP

Microsoft has released a succession of newer versions of its Windows operating system over the years, yet some business (and home) PC users are still using Windows XP, which was replaced back in 2007. Microsoft ceased support...

Software Updates

This page refers to software on your computers that is not the operating system. ...

Software Decommissioning

It is important that you carry out regular reviews or audits of application software on all computers and information systems, and ensure that redundant software is decommissioned or retired. This does not necessarily mean...

Safe Use of Software

Almost without exception, every business relies on one or more computers – and therefore software – to operate. There are a number of important factors to be taken into consideration in choosing and using both operating...

Operating System Updates

When new versions of operating systems are launched, such as Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X / iOS or Android, they are generally accompanied by improved usability, additional features and an enhanced user experience. However,...

Web Browsers

There are a number of web browsers you can choose to run in your business. Which one depends on your specific needs and, to a degree, personal choice of features, interface and other considerations. Whichever browser you choose,...


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