Microsoft moves to make the cloud version of its Active Directory service more appealing by letting you create and edit groups.
The first open source tool for software-defined networks (SDNs) was released this week. The project was underwritten by the Linux Foundation.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Exchange 2003 loses product support in April, but switching from it won't be easy.
An update to Microsoft's Windows Intune cloud-based management service will appear sometime next week.
Microsoft isn't talking publicly yet about its next update to Windows 8.1, but a report published today suggests "Update 1" to the operating system could arrive on March 11.
Here's how to differentiate between OS virtual disks and virtual machine virtual disks.
IT pros have been questioning their control over the update process with Microsoft's cloud-enabled Office products.
Microsoft announced this week that its Windows Azure disaster recovery service is generally available.
Microsoft has fixed a Windows XP resource-hog problem associated with SVCHOST.
Microsoft today offered a configuration "workaround" to its latest deployment toolkit that could help some organizations contemplating a jump from Windows XP to Windows 8.1.
The new manager found in System Center 2012 R2 allows for simple resource movement between environments.
From not embracing change to segmenting groups, here are some ways in which IT leaders are setting up their teams for failure.
Even the most experienced System Center pros can fall victim to these common installation goofs.
- By Greg Shields
Brien walks you through customizing a PowerShell cmdlet's output to get exactly the data you need.
Which trends did Brien successfully predict and which ones was he off the mark on?