Microsoft: Still more to do on security
Though Microsoft has made leaps in security over the years, even more challenges lie ahead as additional devices go online, company executives said Tuesday.
Only last week, Microsoft released Windows Vista and Office 2007, promoted as the most secure versions of the operating system and productivity products yet. And it has been nearly five years since company chairman Bill Gates sent out his "Trustworthy Computing" memo, which said the software maker was turning its focus to security. But that doesn't mean Microsoft products are now watertight, said Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer at the company. Microsoft: Still more to do on security | CNET News.com
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