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Cloud remains strong, and Windows was surprisingly up, too.
Guildford, UK – 20 July 2017: Highlight has enhanced its Applications, Network and Unified Communications (UC) performance management service to deliver visibility and transparency of Skype for Business behaviour across an ICT estate. Highlight presents a graphical management view of Skype for Business and the supporting infrastructure for shared use by Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and their enterprise customers.

Technical and non-technical teams can now access accurate and impartial evidence via a ‘single pane of... Source: RealWire
Austria has asked experts for ideas on how to draft laws so police can spy on messaging apps like WhatsApp and Skype for criminal activity.
A security researcher uncovered a Skype vulnerability that could allow hackers to remotely execute code and crash software if exploited.
Just don't disable Skype for Windows updates, k? Security researchers have discovered a nasty vulnerability in older versions of Skype on Windows that might lend itself to hacker attack.…
Nothing to see here, says Microsoft, just more crappy code Infosec researchers have discovered a nasty and exploitable security vulnerability in older versions of Skype on Windows.…
The critical flaw doesn't require any user interaction, either.
New relationship will focus on Skype for Business and BroadSoft UC markets Nuvias further extends its EMEA Unified Communicationsrsquo; business London, England: 22/6/17 - AudioCodes, the Voice and Unified Communications Networking Solutions vendor, has signed a pan-EMEA distribution agreement with fast-growing, high-value distribution business Nuvias, following the recent launch of Nuviasrsquo; Unified Communications (UC) Practice across EMEA. Nuvias is now able to offer complete end-to-end solutions and technical support for Skype for Business and BroadSoft... Source: RealWire
Microsoftrsquo;s messaging app follows in footsteps of Instagram and Facebook Messenger.
A British security researcher found and pulled WannaCrypt's kill switch.
The price that government programs “charge for their rockets is just ridiculous.”