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Windows 7: MS Shares Insights into Effective Security Practices.

10 Mar 2010   #1

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MS Shares Insights into Effective Security Practices.

Microsoft is sharing resources designed to enable customers to better understand and solve security problems in their environments. "The Effective Security Practices Whitepaper Series" is currently available for download free of charge, with the Redmond company emphasizing that making innovative solutions and best practices accessible to all is a key aspect of increasing security. The software giant is making no secret of the fact that it aims for “The Effective Security Practices Whitepaper Series” to catalyze additional collaboration and sharing between companies.
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Microsoft Shares Insights into Effective Security Practices - Whitepapers available for download - Softpedia

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