Greg Shields lays out the new and improved features to look for in Windows Server 2012's Active Directory.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft's upcoming OS will mark the end of the traditional Windows platform, thanks to WinRT being poised as the dominating platform for Windows OS, according to a report by Gartner.
Microsoft executives on Wednesday previewed Windows Phone 8, the company's next-generation smartphone operating system.
Will Microsoft's Surface help to bring in good security practices into the tablet world?
CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled Microsoft Surface, a fully-functional Windows 8 tablet, during a presentation yesterday in Los Angeles, Calif.
Microsoft on Friday released the second community test preview System Center 2012 Service Pack 1, which works with Microsoft's latest state-of-the-art products.
Windows 8 on mobile devices will be managed with Microsoft's cloud-based management tool. Here's why that's a bad thing.
Microsoft announced at TechEd this week that it has advanced RemoteFX as a brand that covers a collection of its virtual desktop infrastructure technologies.
Microsoft's Day 2 keynote today at TechEd focused on the basics of Windows 8, contending it will be ready for the enterprise when available.
Microsoft announced a few cloud- and developer-oriented tidbits today at its TechEd event, which is being held this week in Orlando, Fla.
Google announced on Thursday that its Chrome browser will be available for testing on the Windows 8 release preview.
Microsoft's vision of a world of connected devices got a full airing at Computex today in Taipei, Taiwan.
As Microsoft prepares to release the most radical redesign of Windows in its history -- and bolsters its cloud computing platform -- TechEd 2012 will prep IT pros and developers.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The "release preview" of Windows 8 and the "release candidate" of Windows Server 2012 were made available for download today by Microsoft.
Despite the release of the Windows 8 release candidate, Microsoft may face an uphill battle in convincing the vast majority of enterprise developers to test it -- at least initially.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz