Microsoft announced today that Windows Server 2012 will have only four editions: Datacenter, Standard, Essentials and Foundation.
With a new file system, Features on Demand, and major improvements to storage, networking and clustering, the forthcoming server OS is a substantial move forward for Microsoft.
A step-by-step guide to help you deploy IIS and default Web sites using PowerShell in less than five minutes!
- By Jason Helmick
Greg Shields lays out the new and improved features to look for in Windows Server 2012's Active Directory.
- By Greg Shields
How to evaluate the health of an Active Directory implementation with instrumentation built right into the platform.
The bring-your-own-device concept is a simple one, but Windows shops may find the licensing somewhat perplexing.
Microsoft is acquiring enterprise social networking company Yammer Inc. for $1.2 billion in cash.
Brien discusses some of the changes Microsoft is going through with its products' latest lifecycle and provides some suggestions for what he would like to see.
Microsoft released version 1.0 of its .NET Framework Repair Tool late last week.
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.
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 announced a few cloud- and developer-oriented tidbits today at its TechEd event, which is being held this week in Orlando, Fla.
Microsoft appears to be pitting Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 against VMware ESXi 5.0 for hypervisor superiority, with a bevy of new features that include Hyper-V being capable of to scaling up to higher physical and virtual memory limits.
- By Michael Domingo
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
Why the one size-fits-all approach wouldn't work for you or Microsoft.