Microsoft's Windows Azure-based multifactor authentication service launched as a product today.
Microsoft indicated last week that Windows Server 2012 R2 can't properly run any versions of Exchange yet.
Less than a third of organizations still need to move off Windows XP, according to an industry study.
Brien breaks down the step-by-step procedure to add more storage to an existing pool.
Canonical and Microsoft announced this week that the open source Ubuntu Juju tool used for services orchestration now works with Windows Azure.
Diving into Microsoft's Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview reveals key additions to facilitate more seamless server-to-cloud migrations to public, private and hybrid clouds.
How trustworthy does IT view Microsoft's patches?
The research and consulting firm suggests three plans to deal with Windows 8.1.
Just 36 percent of IT organizations surveyed had fully deployed or are deploying mobile device management solutions, according to an industry study.
Microsoft has followed a long and winding road with configuration management, and the company is taking some interesting new steps on the path.
While the products are somewhat similar, using a combination of both may be the answer for most shops.
- By Greg Shields
Brien walks through the steps necessary for authenticating users on-premises and in the cloud with Microsoft's Windows Azure Active Directory.
Microsoft has released a preview of its Windows Azure Rights Management Service.
Microsoft sent a notice to its current TechNet subscribers today that promises to extend their TechNet membership benefits for 90 days.
Microsoft on Tuesday said Windows Server 2012 R2 has been released to manufacturers (RTM).