Microsoft and SUSE announced today that they are continuing their Windows-Linux interoperability and intellectual property indemnity program.
Microsoft released the next iteration of its free planning tool for IT pros, embellishing it with extra cloud assessment capabilities.
Here are the top stories IT pros can take away from Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference 2011.
Microsoft on Tuesday offered a sneak peek of "Windows Server 8," the code name for the company's next-generation server that's still under wraps.
Server Core isn't there yet, but now is the time to learn this tool that will be the key managing enterprise Windows in the future
Microsoft is planning some upcoming improvements to System Center Orchestrator 2012, as unveiled today at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles.
Microsoft today shared some of the improvements being made to System Center Operations Manager 2012.
Microsoft announced the general availability of Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials last week.
Virtualization complicates the process of finding and remedying hardware problems, but a few techniques and tools can make the process more manageable.
Bing, SharePoint, Search Server and FAST: Redmond's hodgepodge of search solutions lacks a cohesive strategy, observers say, leaving enterprises confused and competitors primed to take advantage.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Microsoft today released Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Office 2010, SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010.
Organizations looking to move to Office 365 got some of the finer points discussed during a Thursday Directions on Microsoft talk.
Microsoft this week announced the availability of a release candidate (RC) version of its Windows Phone 7 Connector for remotely managing and accessing Windows home and small business servers.
What some security pros are calling the beginning of a long hot summer for Windows security jumped off in earnest with the June patch that features 16 bulletins -- nine "critical" and seven deemed "important."
- By Jabulani Leffall
Windows IT pros can expect a really busy June if the advance notification for this month's security update is any indication.
- By Jabulani Leffall