When it comes to enterprise security, you're not paranoid -- everyone is out to get you.
Now that Microsoft is cancelling TechEd and other conferences, what's to expect from the company's recently announced mega conference?
Company praises IT pros, while shifting their roles with Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft is working on a hotfix for a client log-in problem that can occur in the process of migrating from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Here's how to choose the right switch type for your environment.
- By Rick Vanover
Here's how to use the Failover Cluster Manager to make virtual machines fault tolerant or to create new virtual machines.
Microsoft expanded its high-bandwidth ExpressRoute service into seven cities.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to roll out a new event next year for IT pros that appears to replace TechEd and more specialized conferences that the company has hosted for years.
Microsoft indicated late last week that it has fixed a problem with SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 2 that may have affected some of its TechNet or MSDN subscribers.
Media reports on Monday pointed to a possible confirmation of a rumored Windows 8.1 Update 2 release, coming next month.
Microsoft added some basic functionality to its new Azure RemoteApp service this week.
Microsoft is downplaying the disclosure and has offered multiple ways IT can avoid attack.
Microsoft has increased the public folder hierarchy limits of its Exchange Online service for Office 365 customers.
Oracle released its quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU) on Tuesday with 113 security flaw fixes for multiple Oracle products, including 20 for Java Standard Edition (Java SE).
- By John K. Waters
The question leads to an even more important question: do your users care?
- By Denny Cherry