That server can run any supported desktop or server version of Windows, up to and including Server 2019. Or you can choose from a long list of Linux distros, also in a wide range of supported versions, including Ubuntu Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, FreeBSD, and even Oracle Linux. In the enormous Azure Marketplace, you can find ready-run virtual servers for just about any task, including SQL Server, Docker, SAP Hana, and even (to go with that Oracle Linux server) Oracle Database. … [Read more...] about What is Microsoft Azure? The business guide to Redmond’s cloud service
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When antivirus software finds a malicious program on your system, it will typically offer two options: Quarantine it so it’s unable to operate as intended, or delete it entirely. While deleting a threat cleans your system of the infection, quarantining makes analyzing it easier for antivirus software companies. This allows them to potentially alter their antivirus solution to be more capable of defending against it in the future. … [Read more...] about What is antivirus software, and how does it work?
In NextCloud, customers can install the antivirus application from the program's app store. The free version comes with the open-source ClamAV virus scanning engine. Large business customers, though, have been asking for a bigger and better security engine. So, in partnership with Kaspersky, you can now buy an on-premises Kaspersky Scan Engine and a special version of the Nextcloud antivirus app, which works hand in glove with the Scan Engine. … [Read more...] about Nextcloud incorporates Kaspersky antivirus security
Where do I even begin to describe how incredibly wrongheaded this entire section is? The plaintiffs seem to think that developers can write a few lines of code and thereby gain access to email messages, contact information, and other data from anyone in the world. ("Microsoft allows those third-party developers to search the content of its business customers' emails…") … [Read more...] about Class action joke: Three Microsoft customers walk into a court…