Microsoft discovers new Windows zero-day exploiting PowerPoint 
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All Windows versions affected except Server 2003.
 
Symantec confirms split into IT, security companies 
By Allie Coyne | Oct 10, 2014 | Comment Now 
Plans separation by end of 2015.
 
Business-focused Windows 10 brings back the Start menu 
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Microsoft skips 9 for the "greatest enterprise platform ever".
 
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Settles lawsuit after judge blocked use.
 
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Creating a level playing field for procurement.
 
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BI delivered to any device.
 
USB devices offer hackers direct route into computers 
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New research finds USB malware can evade PC security.
 
Google's Android software targeted by EU regulators 
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Is search giant abusing market monopoly?
 
Critical flaw could expose users of anonymity network 
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Vulnerability discovered in I2P.
 
Google builds elite hacker squad to hunt for bugs 
 
Potential backdoors in US crypto standards discovered 
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NIST-commissioned report released.
 
Oracle preps critical security update 
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All Java vulnerabilities remotely exploitable.
 
Microsoft CEO hints at job cuts 
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Defers further detail until next week.
 
Defence renews IBM contract for $264 million 
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Awards another closed extension.
 
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Abandons planned global Oracle rollout.
 
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Not happy about forking out thousands.
 
Govt lays groundwork for shared services, job cuts 
 
Royal Bank of Scotland ordered to stop using unlicensed software 
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Given one year to replace "core" system.
 
Frucor shifts manufacturing to SAP 
By Penny Wolf | May 9, 2014 | Comment Now 
To reduce waste, improve accuracy.
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