So far, it's been quiet out there. But don't take the lack of news as an indication that the attackers have moved on.
Here's how to spot when new indexes are needed to improve performance.
- By Denny Cherry
While Web sites scramble to patch the vulnerability, it's time to change your online passwords.
This three-step process will get your virtual machines running on Microsoft's latest Windows Server version.
Here's some of the options IT has in tying their on-premise data storage with the cloud.
Microsoft's April Security Update features only two "critical" bulletins.
While Microsoft has had a very strong cloud focus in the past few years, look for a deeper on-premise enterprise theme at this year's event.
It's done it again. Citrix Systems, the company of two dozen products and 200 names, has announced yet another honorific for its flagship solution, Citrix XenApp 7.5.
- By Greg Shields
As Microsoft continues to find more places where it can integrate Bing , it's becoming less and less likely the company can -- or will -- sell off Bing.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft is increasingly assuming that IT departments everywhere will move to a services provider model, which essentially means you'll be outsourcing your infrastructures.
A series of internal message board posts detail how system admis are being targeted to gain access to the networks they control.
It's recommended that IT disable Rich Text Files from being opened through Microsoft Office.
Avast said that once April 8 rolls around, a quarter of its users will be left vulnerable to higher risk of attack.
It's no secret Microsoft Windows 8.x hasn't lit the world on fire at a time when Redmond's needed a big hit.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Choosing what's right for your company comes down to scaling and workload needs.
- By Scott D. Lowe
The HP-sponsored event proved that while today's software is more secure than ever, vulnerabilities will be found once money is on the line.
Use PowerShell's baked-in analyzer to set up best practice scans.
While Redmond has gone to lengths to provide the same OS experiences on the PC, tablet and phone, universal applications over all devices would help to further the "One Microsoft" focus.
Brien Posey shows you how to take advantage of one of Windows Server's newest tricks.
What's old is new again in the physical storage choices enterprises have.
- By Scott D. Lowe