Watch out workers, it just got easier to sift your Instant Messages

Employees who want to speak on the sly have often turned to email: it’s a quick, discreet way to gossip about a colleague, and also to engage in more serious conspiracies. These days, though, it’s instant messaging – in the form of Gchat or Skype or Slack – where many workers go to swap ideas and opinions with their colleagues.

But while employees may like the fast, breezy format of “IMing,” the rise of instant messages have proved a headache for company bosses and lawyers. Unlike worker emails, which are easy for higher ups to locate and peer in on (yes, they can do that), instant messages are a motley jumble of data that is hard to parse.
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Why Windows 10 is the most secure Windows ever

Microsoft added two game-changing security features for enterprise users in Windows 10, but until recently, the company has been relatively quiet about them.

So far the buzz has mainly been about Windows Hello, which supports face and fingerprint recognition. But Device Guard and Credential Guard are the two standout security features of Windows 10—they protect the core kernel from malware and prevent attackers from remotely taking control of the machine. Device Guard and Credential Guard are intended for business systems and are available only in Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education.
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