Microsoft today launched the second generation of its Windows Intune-hosted PC management service.
E-mail archiving has changed in the newer versions of Outlook. Here's how you can stave off some confusion and avoid help-desk calls.
- By Derek Schauland
New security evasion techniques can be used to get through firewalls, researchers contend.
- By William Jackson
Microsoft on Thursday released Service Pack 3 for SQL Server 2008.
Whether or not the future of Windows administration will be the command line, you're doing yourself a disservice by not at least strongly considering this possibility (and preparing accordingly).
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft opened Day 1 of its SharePoint 2011 conference taking place in Anaheim, Calif. this week by talking about the what's coming next -- including a "major update" for SharePoint Online.
The new Windows mobile platform, code-named "Mango," brings back some of the synchronization features important for enterprise use.
Comprehensive suite helps IT pros manage Active Directory.
- By Greg Shields
When someone inside an organization steps across legal or ethical boundaries, an IT professional is often the first -- and sometimes last -- line of defense. These are the stories of IT people who have thwarted malfeasance in their organizations -- and there's advice for aspiring IT heroes, too.
The use of Microsoft SharePoint is growing, but maintenance costs can be high especially given the lack of trained personnel, according to an industry study.
Migrating from Internet Explorer 6 to a modern browser can be faster, cheaper and easier than you think -- if you know the right tricks.
- By Chris Jackson
Microsoft's new extensible virtual switch in Hyper-V 3.0 for Windows Server 8 has already been implemented by 5nine, Broadcom, Cisco, inMon and NEC, among others.
Microsoft last week released a community technology preview version of Windows Management Framework 3.0.
Microsoft provided more details about its upcoming Windows To Go product running Windows 8 at its Build conference on Thursday.
Microsoft described improvements in its next-generation server technology, code-named "Windows Server 8," at its Build conference for developers today.