Windows Servers


Microsoft's Ready To Play Ball

This spring will be a busy one for Microsoft, as the company tries to convince enterprises to jump onboard its upcoming products and services.

Microsoft Planning to Unveil New SharePoint Server 2016 Update Process

Microsoft is building a new product update model into its forthcoming SharePoint Server 2016 product.

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Migrating from SharePoint to Office 365

Proper planning and avoiding these common pitfalls will make your SharePoint migration go much more smoothly.

Controlling Access to the SharePoint Designer Tool

SharePoint's Designer tool can be customized to allow and block access to some of its more powerful features.

Microsoft To Roll Out Skype for Business Products in April

Microsoft disclosed its Skype for Business roadmap plans today, with three new products expected to start arriving next month.

How To Use the Windows Reliability Monitor

The feature, found in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012, can help troubleshoot issues by providing a history of the OS.

March Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Releases 5 'Critical' Updates

Also included is a fix for the widespread FREAK bug.

Windows Server Is Undergoing ‘Deep Refactoring'

Microsoft is breaking the current trend of expedited release cycles with the surprising news that the next System Center and Windows Server won't be arriving until 2016.

Microsoft Rescinds Windows Update Policy for SharePoint Server

Microsoft has rolled back its policy, established last month, of pushing SharePoint Server product updates through Windows Update.

Next Windows Server Rumored To Include 'Nano Server'

Microsoft's next Windows Server may include a new "Nano Server" element, according to reports.

Migrating Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Domains

Migrating from Windows Server 2003 requires organizations to decommission existing Global Catalogs and domain controllers to conform with Active Directory schema in newer versions of the server OS.

Windows Server 2003's Critical Deadline Is Fast Approaching

In less than five months, Microsoft will discontinue support for Windows Server 2003, meaning millions of systems could pose security risks and fail to meet compliance requirements. Are you ready?

How To Do Math Using PowerShell, Part 2

We build on part one to find more math operators in .NET that can be used in PowerShell.

Microsoft To Show 'Early Version' of SharePoint Server 2016 at Ignite Event

Microsoft likely won't have a SharePoint Server 2016 public preview available before its Ignite event coming up in May.

How To Do Math Using PowerShell, Part 1

Be warned: some simple .NET work is involved.

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