Microsoft's Flash killing browser plug-in has a new challenge ahead of it, other than being the big rival to Adobe's plug-in. With the release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 there are new standards to live up to and Microsoft has a plan to highlight how well Silverlight will do that for users. Microsoft plans to release Silverlight 5 at this years Mix11 conference along with its list of new abilities including such advances as 3D graphics, crisper text, advanced formatting, remote support, much fast start-up procedure and more.
Taking on the Adobe's Flash Player just isn't enough anymore. Microsoft's Silverlight will now need to augment the abilities of the web browser.
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With the rise in ransomware attacks, bank heists that reached new levels of sophistication, and extortion plots that were beyond anything we could have imagined, 2016 certainly was an eventful year for cybersecurity. Going into 2017, no business can afford to be uninformed about cybersecurity or unprepared for an attack.
Watch this informative webinar, presented by Andrey Pozhogin, Senior B2B Product Marketing Manager at Kaspersky Lab, as he examines predictions for …
The world of data storage is changing around us as organizations continue to seek ways by which they can leverage cloud-based services. However, simply shifting everything to the public cloud is generally neither desirable nor feasible, so organizations are struggling with finding ways that they can leverage the public cloud and its outcomes where it makes sense and leave everything else on-premises.
The Gorilla Guide lays out the key questions and considerations you need to think through in building your …