Security Bytes 01 in Silverlight

Technorati Tags: Security,Security Bytes One of the pieces of advice I got from some people that had seen the video was to try out using Silverlight streaming. So after installing Expression Encoder I encoded the file, uploaded to the streaming service at http://streaming.live.com. I wont go through the process, you can check it out here…

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Security Bytes Episode 1: Managing the services on workstations in your office network.

As promised we would be addressing Singaporean customers questions regarding security. Check out the video below… Would love to get your feedback on this as to whether you enjoy this format or not and if you find it useful. P.S. We had a lot of fun doing this video so, I even broke the heel…

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Microsoft Popfly – Open for Business!!

Awesome news over the weekend, Popfly is now open in public beta for all users. Previously by invite only, Popfly enables users to rapidly build mash-ups, from data sources all over the world in to a visual experience. Some of them these can be as simple as connecting Flickr to Virtual Earth to see where…

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George Lucas planning ‘Star Wars’ TV series – Los Angeles Times

Dammit, I am stereotyping myself in a bad way here, but this is just so damn cool. George Lucas has said he has "just begun work" on a live-action television series based in the Star Wars Universe. George Lucas planning ‘Star Wars’ TV series – Los Angeles Times Got to feel sorry for George on…

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Events home – Windows Live Spaces

Wanted to point you all to this new service that we have released as a part of the Windows Live Services. Events home – Windows Live Spaces Located at (http://events.live.com), Events, gives you the functions to do everything regarding events, be they birthdays, anniversaries, dinners… whatever. Let’s step through the process of creating an event……

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Making Search Better

Not sure how many of you have seen the recent changes in the search functions of Windows Live of late. It’s seems inevitable for people to draw comparisons between the search capabilities of Windows Live, Google and that of Yahoo, but I must admit I was pretty impressed with the leaps that Windows Live search…

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Releasing the Source Code for the .NET Framework Libraries – ScottGu’s Blog

Hi All, Don’t know how many of you picked up on this awesome piece of news, but with the release of Visual Studio 2008, Microsoft will be releasing the source code for the .NET Framework Libraries. I wont delve in to too much detail here, replicating what is already said inside of ScottGu’s blog, but…

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