Microsoft today announced that its code-named Windows Server 8 solution now has the official product name of "Windows Server 2012."
This month marks the passing of a few Windows and Office product lifecycle milestones.
A new version of the Microsoft collaboration and enterprise content management platform is in the works, and it will offer improved social networking, client and mobile UI enhancements, an app marketplace, and better cloud support. And that just scratches the surface.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft today released "user experience virtualization" and application virtualization beta tools that will be part of its Desktop Optimization suite for IT pros.
Microsoft released System Center 2012 to volume licensing customers yesterday, according to a news report.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of a beta test version of its PC recovery solution for IT pros.
Microsoft this week released its latest no-cost network administrator toolkit for assessing Windows environments.
The OpenNebula project last week released its latest drivers supporting Hyper-V.
Microsoft on Monday released a new beta-test search tool for PowerShell users that's designed to help them find code across local and online repositories.
Microsoft has released two community technology previews of System Center 2012 solutions specifically for the new Windows Server 8 beta.
Microsoft this week further explained its PowerShell leanings with Windows Server 8.
SQL Server 2012 will offer a variety of new features centered on big data, business intelligence and cloud computing.
A lot of contradictory information exists about Hyper-V, but there are some critical management practices that every Hyper-V shop should follow. Follow these tips for storage, ideal VM placement, how best to apply antivirus and more!
Active Directory Change Reporter 7.0 offers some useful features for Active Directory admins who want to get a better handle on what's going on in their environments.
- By Derek Schauland
It appears Microsoft System Center 2012 will be hot...but that's not a good thing for everyone.
- By Greg Shields