You can use the new File History feature in Windows 8 or the IntelliMirror Redirection Service to back up your data. This guide provides information on how to set up and use each data backup method. This guide also discusses Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V), a service that you can use to back up your desktop profile and application settings. Topics in this guide include:
Windows 8 introduces a new concept called a “connected account” that provides: • The ability to “roam” your personalization settings (for example, your Lock screen picture or your desktop background) across multiple computers Single sign-on for Windows Live services that require a Microsoft account (also known as a Windows Live ID) for authentication
Customization note: This document contains guidance and/or step-by-step installation instructions that can be reused, customized, or deleted entirely if they do not apply to your organization’s environment or installation sce...
Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption technology uses the strongest publicly available encryption to protect your computer’s data, and prevents others from accessing your disk drives without authorization. BitLocker To Go prevents unauthorized access to your portable storage drives, including Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drives, also known as “thumb drives.” When you install Windows 8, you can use the Setup program to enable BitLocker. If you didn’t enable BitLocker when you installed Windows 8, you can use this guide to walk you through the process.
DirectAccess enables you to seamlessly connect to the corporate network from any Internet-equipped remote location without having to establish a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection. You only have to use your smart card once with DirectAccess—during the first set up. From then on, you can log on remotely at any time as long as you have an Internet connection. Windows 8 introduces the concept of a virtual smart card, which provides the same benefits as a physical smart card but is much more convenient.
This guide provides a high-level overview of the exciting new features in the Windows 8 user interface so you can get up and running quickly with the new operating system. Windows 8 provides the power of a PC with the touch interface of a tablet so you don’t have to make any compromises. If you haven’t already installed Windows 8, you can find detailed installation instructions at: . This guide provides instructions for touch, mouse, and keyboard. Since Windows 8 is a touch-first interface, touch instructions are always listed first, and then mouse and keyboard instructions.
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Back up your data on each computer used in your business. Your data includes (but is not limited to)
word processing documents, electronic spreadsheets, databases, financial files, human resources files,
accounts receivable/payable files, and other information used in or generated by your business.
It is necessary to back up your data because computers die, hard disks fail, employees make mistakes,
and malicious programs can destroy data on computers.
You can use the following shortcut keys in the Windows 8 Start screen.Description Toggle between the Start screen and the last-opened Windows Store app or the desktop. Switch to the desktop and launch the “nth” application in the taskbar. For example, launches whichever application is first in the list, from left to right. Switch to the desktop and set the focus to the tray notification area. Display the charms and time/date/notification/battery overlay. Switch to the desktop and toggle Show Desktop (hides/shows any applications and other windows).
The Internet Explorer 10 modern experience works on both touch devices and non-touch devices, and uses the full screen by default to display websites. In Internet Explorer 10, websites participate in Windows 8 features, including the Start screen, charms, and Snap.
Using the Navigation Bar
The navigation bar for Internet Explorer 10 looks different than earlier versions of Internet Explorer. The navigation bar is located at the bottom of the screen instead of the top, and includes the following controls:...
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What can you do with your Eee PC? Find out how to get the most from this mini-laptop with Asus Eee PC For Dummies. It shows you how to get things done—using the Linux operating system and applications, navigating the tabbed desktop, adding hardware and software, backing up and restoring the Eee PC, and more.
With the 4GB Gridfire , you can back up, store, carry and offload large files with one affordable, convenient device. What’s more, means no moving parts, and therefore less chance of damage if the device is dropped. 2 The 2GB One-Tech is the best choice for high-performance results from your digital camera and other handheld devices. 3 The STM gives you the ability to carry your files AND your software on a secure USB drive, by using separate partitions to … 4 The Airlink connects your desktop PC to a network, using the latest advanced silicon chip technology....
When a transmission violating your enforced security policies is detected by a Sensor, the
Sensor compiles information about the offending transmission and sends this “attack” data
to the Manager in the form of an alert. Alert details include transmission data such as,
source and destination IP addresses in the packet, as well as security analysis information
(performed by the Sensor) such as attack type and severity. Alerts are backed up to the
database and archived in order of occurrence.
Back in 2001, when I wrote the first edition of this book (it was called Build Your
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The hard disk should have enough capacity to hold data for 52
weekly backups. The size of the storage device should be about 52 times the amount of data that you
have, plus 30% or so). Remember, this should be done on each of your business computers. It is
important to periodically test your backed up data to ensure that you can read it reliably. There are “plug
and play” products which, when connected to your computer, will automatically search for files and back
them up to a removable media, such as an external USB hard...
A rootkit is a type of malicious software that gives the hacker "root" or administrator access to your network. They are activated before your system's operating system has completely booted up, making them extremely difficult to detect. Rootkits allow hackers to install hidden files, processes, and hidden user accounts. Hackers can use them to open back doors in order to intercept data from terminals, connections, and keyboards. A rootkit hacker can gain access to your systems and stay there for years, completely undetected.