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Advertisement Or should you be using both? Microsoft Access and Excel both feature data filtering, collation and querying, but which program is suited to your work requirements, and how do you get the best of both worlds?Understanding What Each Tool Is ForThe above table should provide you with an outline to the key comparisons between using Microsoft Access or Excel for your data requirements. In an ideal world we all use Microsoft Excel and Access interchangeably, one for its advanced mathematical calculations and statistical comparisons, the other for its ability to organize and display rafts of data in a structured manner.Key Questions Before Your ChoiceYou should ask yourself these key questions before embarking with one piece of software over the other: How do you want to organize your data? Repetitive? Duplication? Action tracking/event management? Are you storing and managing, or storing and analyzing? How much data do you have? Text? Numerical? Do you require … [Read more...] about Excel Vs. Access – Can a Spreadsheet Replace a Database?
Windows 10 version 1909: Why this feature update should be a pleasant surprise Microsoft is getting the November 2019 Update ready for release to the general public. Ed Bott explains what makes this update different from the feature updates you’ve come to dread. Read more: https://zd.net/2P1kysX Microsoft has released today the December 2019 Patch Tuesday security updates. This month's updates include fixes for 36 vulnerabilities, including a zero-day in the Windows operating system that has been exploited in the wild."An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists in Windows when the Win32k component fails to properly handle objects in memory," Microsoft said in a security advisory today."An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could run arbitrary code in kernel mode," it added. "An attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights."Microsoft credited security researchers from Kaspersky Lab with … [Read more...] about Microsoft December 2019 Patch Tuesday plugs Windows zero-day
Singapore to offer bug bounty and set up Asean cybersecurity centre Singapore government will launch a bug bounty initiative by end-2018, when local and international hackers will be invited to test systems for vulnerabilities, as well as a cybersecurity hub next year to facilitate collaboration and training efforts amongst Asean country members. Microsoft is pushing for enhanced security for the Azure cloud computing service with the launch of a new lab and increased bug bounty rewards. At the Black Hat USA conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on Monday, Microsoft said the new Azure Security Lab, a set of dedicated cloud hosts, will be made available to security professionals invited by the Redmond giant to "confidently and aggressively test Azure." Security 2020 is when cybersecurity gets even weirder, so get ready FBI recommends that you keep your IoT devices on a separate network A decade of malware: Top botnets of the 2010s How to prevent a ransomware attack (ZDNet YouTube) … [Read more...] about Microsoft launches Azure Security Lab, expands bug bounty rewards
One of the biggest complaints about Windows 10 is the operating system's questionable approach to privacy, but Microsoft aims to give users greater control over their data through a newly launched privacy dashboard. The tool is web-based, meaning it can be accessed anywhere using your Microsoft account. It lets you see and control (i.e. clear) information such as Bing search history, Edge browsing history, location data, and Cortana Notebook data, which the virtual assistant uses for its personalized results and suggests. You can head on over to account.microsoft.com/privacy and log in to your Microsoft account to see what data the Redmond company holds on you. Microsoft said it would be adding more functionality and categories of data over time, but didn’t offer anything more specific. Additionally, Microsoft announced that it would revamp the privacy options in the Windows 10 Creators Update, which is due for release this April. A new setup experience will … [Read more...] about Microsoft introduces privacy dashboard to help users control their data
Microsoft released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 for PC testers in the Fast Ring yesterday, showing off a huge number of new features and improvements. It gives us an idea what to expect in the Windows 10 Creators Update, which is due sometime this spring. One of the more interesting new additions is the option to pause new updates for up to 35 days. Users can also choose whether or not to include driver updates when they want to update Windows. Sadly, these features will only be available with Professional, Education, and Enterprise editions of Windows, not the Home version. Microsoft is trying to get more consumers to choose Edge as their browser of choice by introducing some improvements. The tab preview bar lets users see a visual preview of every tab they have open without leaving the current page. There are also new buttons for saving and restoring sets of tabs, and the ability to launch a new window or new InPrivate window straight from the Edge Taskbar icon. … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s Windows 10 preview build arrives with a huge number of new features