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And more importantly, will it work? In previous posts we discussed how Macrium Reflect and Microsoft Windows 11 work together. In this article, we wanted to take a closer look at the new operating system itself, and what Microsoft’s choices indicate about their plans for what’s to come. But with many things, to get a clear picture of the future, one must briefly look at the past. ...

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Posted at Oct 13 2021, 12:00h in hardware Erin Osborne, Marketing

Categories: hardware, microsoft, security, software, software-development, windows


A new Microsoft report suggests firmware attacks are on the rise. But what are they? And does Microsoft have a commercial agenda? ...

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Posted at Apr 12 2021, 12:00h in cyberattack Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: cyberattack, cybersecurity, infosec, microsoft, security


The Microsoft Exchange attack will concern many organizations around the world. But what can be done to minimize its impact? ...

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Posted at Mar 17 2021, 12:00h in cyberattack Richard Gall, Marketing

Categories: cyberattack, cybersecurity, infosec, microsoft, security


Backup rarely steals the headlines, but issues like data loss and ransomware attacks often do. This means that paying attention to the backup world (which is something we of course do here at Macrium towers) is a good way of taking a different look at what’s going on in the more heavily spotlighted security world. ...

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If you’re working with Macrium Site Manager, one of your primary concerns will ...

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Posted at Mar 24 2020, 12:00h in macrium-reflect Jack Mansfield, Marketing

Categories: macrium-reflect, security, scripting, macrium-site-manager, central-management