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Episode 136 – Potential Intel Data Leak, VMware Horizon 8, Windows Apps on ChromeOS & More

On this week’s episode of the podcast I cover the strange story of Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of TikTok, some details of a recently disclosed Intel data leak, some of the new features in VMware Horizon 8 plus much, much more!

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Episode 136 is available on Soundcloud:

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Here are this episodes links as shown in the YouTube video:

Scripts, Tricks & Tips:
App-V vs MSIX vs MSIX App Attach on Publishing Performance by Tim Mangan
Travis’s Video on Azure Monitor and Analytics for WVD
Leee’s Post on Automatically Generating Graphs in Excel from Windows Performance Monitor Captures
James Rankin’s Series of Posts on Optimizing Logon Times
Andrew’s Smart Mirror Build

Bill English, Inventor of the Mouse Passes Away:
BBC Article

VMware Horizon 8:
VMware Blog

The Strange TikTok Story:
Microsoft Statement

More on the Garmin Ransomware Attack:
BleepingComputer.com Article

CWT Ransomware Transcript:
Reuter’s Article

Firewall Tip:
Duff22b Tweet

Pulse Secure VPN Password Reset Required:
ZDNet Article

Intel Data Leak:
BleepingComputer.com Article

Windows 10 Printing Issue Follow Up:
BetaNews.com Article

CCleaner Marked as Unwanted App By Defender:
PCMag Article

Windows Apps on ChromeOS with Parrallels:
Article from The Verge

Skype for Business Reminder:
Announcement

Datrium DVX is No More:
Tweet

Master Packager 20.3:
GIF

A Full Podcast Episode Guide:

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