Microsoft would really appreciate it if you wouldplease ditch Windows XP once and for all.

At RSA Europe in Amsterdam today, Mike Reavey, general manger of Redmond’s Trustworthy Computing Group, released a report that delves into the security implications of running an outdated operating system, among other things.

“The report is timely as we are nearly five months from the end of support deadline for Windows XP. After more than 12 years of support, April 8, 2014 marks the day Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hot fixes or technical support for Windows XP,” Stella Chernyak, a director at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post.

In that report, Microsoft found that the infection rate for Windows XP was significantly higher than those for Vista and Windows 7. XP, for example had an infection rate of 9.1 while Vista came in at 5.5 and Windows 7 landed at 4.9. The newest OS, Windows 8.1, was at 1.6.

“Newer operating system versions are not vulnerable to several common exploits that are widely used against older versions, and include a number of security features and mitigations that older versions of Windows lack,” the report found.

Not surprisingly, Microsoft suggests you rectify this by upgrading to its newest OS, Windows 8.1 – at home and at the office.

“The release of Windows 8.1 earlier this month represents a significant milestone for our business customers with great security enhancements, including remote business data removal, improved biometrics support, pervasive device encryption, improved Internet Explorer, malware resistance and device lockdown,” Chernyak wrote. “These features, coupled with new devices that build security into the hardware itself, help ensure and maintain device integrity (UEFI – Secure Boot) and data protection (TPM – Encryption), providing business customers with an added layer of security not available on the older hardware.”

In 2002, Microsoft launched its Support Lifecycle policy, allowing 10 years of combined mainstream and extended support for Microsoft Business and Developer products, including Windows operating systems. To that end, Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 will lose that support on April 8, 2014. Redmond gave users a one-year warning in April, pointing out that it takes an average company 18 to 32 months to reach full deployment of a new OS.

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For some reason, Microsoft hid the system image backup tool in Windows 8 (but it’s still there if you know where to find it). Also puzzling: the option to schedule the full backup on a daily, weekly, or other basis has been removed. Don’t worry, though. Here’s how to run the system image backup tool automatically in Windows 8.1.

Pureinfotech has the step-by-step directions. Essentially, you’ll be using PowerShell to create the task in Windows’ Task Scheduler. (Search for PowerShell and right click it to Run as administrator.)

To schedule a weekly full backup to another drive, for example, you’ll enter this command in PowerShell (substitute the parts in brackets with your options):

SCHTASKS /Create /SC WEEKLY /D [DayOfWeek] /TN [TaskName] /RL HIGHEST /ST [Time24HrsFormat] /TR “wbAdmin Start Backup -backupTarget:: -include:: -allCritical -quiet”

Check out the source post for more details and options. Once you’ve entered the command, you should see it in Task Scheduler’s list and can forget about manually creating full backups.

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Seecrypt encrypted messaging app coming to BlackBerry, Windows Phone

Seecrypt, an encrypted communication app, will be available for BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone users before the end of the year, the app developer said.

The South Africa-based company rose to prominence following Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency-related leaks. The company launched the Seecrypt app months before Snowden stole national headlines. That created a perfect market for Seecrypt, which launched in April for Android and Apple iOS, as many consumers became worried about the privacy of their communication.

Seecrypt allows users to send encrypted messages and make encrypted voice calls with others who also use the app. The encryption technology, which keeps hackers and spy agencies from deciphering conversations, is military grade, the company said.

The company lets users try the app free for the first three months. After that, it charges users $3 per month for the service, which lets users make unlimited calls and send unlimited messages. The app can also be used to communicate with fellow users even if they are in other countries.

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Those features will be expanded to include encrypted voice mail, group chats and conference calls before the year’s end. Seecrypt said users will also be able to send encrypted messages with attachments included, such as photos and videos.

Besides BlackBerry and Windows Phone, Seecrypt said it will also launch a desktop app that will allow users to send messages, attachments and make calls from their computers.

Even though most consumers have antivirus programs, firewalls and other protections for their computers, forms of communication such as voice, email and text messages remain “completely insecure,” said Seecrypt Chief Executive Mornay Walters. “And Seecrypt aims to address that need for people.”

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DocPath has updated and adapted its document management software to be able to offer a complete solution to the main technological difficulties that most transport and logistics companies are experiencing. The result is a powerful document system that allows a company’s drivers to easily manage the entire life cycle of their delivery notes, which are automatically added to the company’s internal system. This automated process not only saves time and costs, but also increases the company’s productivity levels.

One of the main problems that logistics companies are facing is how to correctly manage the large amounts of documents related to each delivery route. This task is generally performed exclusively by administrative personnel, which means more costs and more time dedicated solely to document management.

DocPath has responded to this widely-expressed challenge with a flexible technology that seamlessly adapts to the requirements of the logistics sector. The resulting software automatizes the main document management processes performed in the warehouses of large distribution organizations. More specifically, these processes now involve the drivers, who print, scan and manage the delivery notes themselves.

With this highly flexible technology, DocPath not only contents transportation and distribution companies of the logistics sector, but also satisfies their clients, which obviously means a better corporate image.

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The main benefit of purchasing DocPath’s document software adapted to the logistics sector lies in its compatibility with the company’s hardware. This reduces the costs of both purchase and maintenance. Moreover, installation at the different workstations is straightforward and the software comes with an easy-to-use graphical interface for touch screens. This means that the company’s drivers will have no difficulties when managing the delivery notes related to each route themselves.

Before starting their route, the drivers may perform different operations at their work stations, such as generating and printing the delivery notes related to their current route and signing the bill of lading on the tablet. Then each digital signature is automatically added to the company’s internal system.

After the route and back at the warehouse, each driver ends the route by placing a pile of delivery notes related to the current delivery in the scanner tray. Here, all the documents are automatically digitized via barcodes and added to the company’s system.

An added benefit is that it are also the drivers themselves, using touch screens, who manage any partial or total incidents related to each delivery, as DocPath has designed a specific feature for this task. Again, the results are an important time and cost reduction, in addition to increased productivity levels.

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DocPath’s document management software geared towards the logistics sector is mainly designed in Java. Apart from the graphical interface, the software consists of a document generation engine that controls overall document process management, a Web Service that integrates the software with the client’s existing system, and DocPath Aspen, a complete document management system that allows for efficiente storage of a company’s legacy documents and online queries and retrieval.

The default print output formats are PDF and PCL, but the software is flexible and can be configured to generate any DocPath supported output format and distribution method.

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Apple Releases New iPad Air, Free Software

With the usual fanfare and anticipation, Apple released a slimmer, faster versionof its iPad tablet device on Tuesday along with the promise of free operating and productivity software for its users.

The iPad Air, the fifth iteration of Apple’s tablet line, is about 20 percent thinner than previous versions, according toReuters, and is 0.4 lbs. lighter than the previous version.  According to the Los Angeles Times, the iPad Air is also “twice as fast” due to a more powerful A7 processor.

It also comes with a hefty $499 price tag for its 16GB version. Apple said the iPad Air will ship on November 1st.

Apple also announced that its Mac OS and iWork productivity suite will be offered free to all users.  The iWork suite contains programs similar to Microsoft’s Office suite.

Apple also released a new Macbook Pro notebook and Mac Pro desktop. The Mac Pro will retail for $3,000.

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The debut of the one-pound iPad Air and MacBook Pro with sharper ‘retina’ display repeats a pattern of recent launches with improvements in existing lines rather than totally new products, and Apple shares fell 0.3 percent for the day.

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Apple said upgrades to its Mac operating system and iWork software suite, which compete with Microsoft Corp’s Excel, Word and other applications, will now be offered for all MacBooks and Mac computers.

That brings Apple’s model of free system software upgrades on phones and tablets to the computer market, where Apple is still the underdog to Microsoft’s Windows.

Apple may be trying to safeguard its grip on mobile software as Microsoft revs up its Windows-powered Surface Pro, which runs applications, such as Word or Excel, that are the standard for business customers, analysts said.

“We are turning the industry on its ear, but this is not why we’re doing it,” Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook told media and technology executives at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center.

“We want our customers to have our latest software.”

The market is awash in inexpensive tablets running Google Inc’s Android software, but the company may be focused on fending off a threat from the high end.

“In the tablet PC market, they do think Microsoft is a bigger threat than Android,” said Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi. “The iPad Air will compete with Surface Pro, not some rinky-dink Android tablet.”

Gartner estimates that Apple’s share of the global tablet market will slip to 47.2 percent in 2014, with Android-based tablets just overtaking Apple’s this year. The IT research outfit expects Microsoft tablets to grab 3.4 percent of the market this year, double the 1.7 percent forecast for 2013.

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Microsoft gets 65 percent of its Windows revenue, which totalled $19.2 billion (11.8 billion pounds) last fiscal year, from PC manufacturers which put the system on its machines, and 35 percent from other sources, chiefly people and businesses buying its software separately to install themselves.

The latest version of Windows, when bought separately to install on an old computer, starts at $120 for a home version and goes up to $200 for the full ‘Pro’ version. The latest Windows 8.1 upgrade was free for customers running Windows 8.

Apple’s product launches on Tuesday were evolutionary, with the new iPads equipped with faster processors and better screens. Cook, at an industry conference in May, had hinted at “several more game changers” from Apple which could include wearable computers, but had not given a time frame.

“As always with Apple, expectations on systematic breakthrough hardware innovations are irrational,” said Forrester analyst Thomas Husson said. “Apple is good at inventing new products and at maximizing profitability of its product range over time through software innovations and clever marketing.”

Apple’s new iPad Air – its full-size tablet – is about 20 percent thinner than the previous generation of tablets, weighs one pound and starts at $499. It will go on sale on November 1.

The iPad mini now has a “retina” high-resolution screen and starts at $399, compared with $329 for the previous mini model. The two new tablets would face stiff competition, with Microsoft, Nokia and Amazon.com Inc all plugging rival devices in coming months.

Apple also showed off a new Mac Pro, a premium and high-powered cylindrical desktop computer that will be assembled in United States. It had shown the computer at a previously event.

For the first, Apple will launch the new iPads simultaneously in the United States and China, its biggest market, which is also a key growth region.

Apple, which jumpstarted the tablet computing market in 2010 with the first iPad, has already come under increasing pressure from cheaper devices ranging from Amazon’s Kindle Fire to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s Note.

But while Apple is ceding market share to rivals, its superior library of apps and content should safeguard its lead for years to come, analysts say.

Longer term however, investors hope to see real device innovation from a company that has not unveiled a new breakthrough product in years.

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Biomedical researchers often confront large quantities of information that may be amassed in many forms: vital signs, blood cell counts, lengthy DNA sequences, bar graphs, MRIs, patient demographics, and so much more. How do researchers assemble, access and analyze all that data without having to become specialized database technicians themselves?

A team of informatics experts and biomedical researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) offers a new software toolkit to help researchers wrangle data. Their open-source, highly interactive framework called Harvest (http://harvest.research.chop.edu) is designed to let users to navigate quickly among different types and levels of data.

“We want to help researchers explore their data, not their database,” said Byron Ruth, lead developer of Harvest at CHOP’s Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMi). Ruth is one of the co-authors of a paper introducing CBMi’s Harvest framework, appearing online Oct. 16 in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.

Co-author Michael J. Italia added, “Research institutions typically work through their information technology staff to provide a single data warehouse that may be too general-purpose for all its projects, or develop one-off solutions on a case-by-case basis for each project.”

“Our approach in Harvest is different,” said Italia, the CBMi’s manager of Applications Research. “We decided to focus on end-users, generalizing the toolkit for application to any biomedical study with multiple collaborators, but also allowing individual software developers and data managers to customize the software for specific projects.”

Harvest, said Italia, “isn’t just shrink-wrapped, ready-to-go software.” He estimates that Harvest typically provides 80 percent of the work, leaving it to any institution’s software developer to adapt the framework to a project’s needs, in collaboration with each project’s principal investigator. Harvest is open-source, so users are free to see bug reports, check software patches, and share fixes and customizations with a wider community of users.

A key feature of Harvest is the ability to maneuver smoothly among various levels of data, from individual patient records to aggregated reports of all patients in a database, and to subpopulations in between. Users can construct queries to slice and dice data—grouping subjects, for instance, by age or ethnicity, calling up individual blood test results or MRIs, or including or excluding specific diagnoses.

One advantage of Harvest is that it provides transparency and visibility to data in a manner that is familiar to a researcher who is invested in a particular disease or project. “Harvest adopts convenient and clear interfaces to view and explore data that are increasingly used in other industries, such as social media,” said senior author and CBMi director Peter S. White, Ph.D. “We have found that this often helps users to quickly familiarize themselves with data they are seeing, which increases the likelihood that they will trust the resource, and even be incentivized to contribute to the project as it develops.”

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