Dell added to its partnership with Microsoft (and VMware) on "private cloud" technologies by announcing a new hardware product designed to host as many as 200 virtual machines.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the availability of all eight System Center 2012 solutions as release candidates available for testing.
Microsoft on Thursday revealed that Windows 8 will have a sophisticated "storage spaces" feature that works with the forthcoming operating system's New Technology File System (NTFS).
Microsoft plans to share more about its "private cloud" vision on Tuesday, Jan.17, in an hour-long webinar.
Coupled with a good monitoring system, RBA tasks can become automated responses to detected conditions -- creating a more self-healing IT environment.
The BeyondTrust application is great for putting files on lockdown and preventing data leakage.
The year 2012 should be a banner year for Microsoft. With what seems like every product going through a major revision, this year means more changes for the Information Technology industry than any year in recent memory.
- By Greg Shields
Spotting Active Directory problems isn't necessarily simple, but it can help avoid a catastrophe. These tales of AD disasters come from real-life situations and should serve as instruction -- and perhaps a warning -- to IT pros.
A new community technology preview 2 version of Windows Management Framework 3.0 was released by Microsoft this month.
Cloud computing vendors promise the world, but if your network isn't up to the task, the resulting speed, bandwidth and latency issues may doom your project from the start.
Researchers show the trend for cloud computing vs. on-premise costs.
From the SLA to WAN optimization, here's 11 steps you don't want to skip.
From architecture to management to cost to possible latency issues, here's what you need to consider before you make the move.
Windows To Go, even in its pre-release state, just seems to perfectly fit with that everywhere-for-everyone mentality that's changing everything about how we do IT.
- By Greg Shields
Don Jones clarifies his earlier statements regarding the pending doom of the GUI in Windows Server OSes -- and yes, death is still in the picture.