Microsoft explained how its next wave of products will address "consumerization of IT" issues in talks given last week.
Microsoft recently showed off new Hyper-V improvements to come with Windows Server 2012 R2.
On the heels of his TechEd 2013 keynote speech, Anderson talks cloud, BYOD, the upgrades to Windows Server, System Center, Intune and Windows Azure Active Directory.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft's TechEd kicks off today, but some of its themes were presented earlier at the "Microsoft Cloud OS Workshop."
Microsoft unveiled SQL Server 2014 and said the new version is designed with "cloud-first principles" and featuring built-in, in-memory OLTP and a focus on real-time, Big Data-style analytics.
In the first of a new column featuring in-depth advice on Windows Servers, Brien Posey breaks down how you can create custom information dumps in PowerShell.
The worldwide server market reached a new low in the first quarter, according to reports by IDC and Gartner.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft has completed part of its Lync-to-Skype connectivity integration work.
The company must walk a line of pleasing both customers that want regular product updates and those that tend to skip a generation or two between updates.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Hortonworks Data Platform for Windows was commercially released today.
Microsoft this week explained a bit more about "update rollups" for Windows Server and Windows 8.
Microsoft announced on Monday that it has eliminated its "hybrid voice" feature from its Lync Online service.
After rolling out the fourth version of the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) in beta form last month, Microsoft will be releasing the final product on May 28.
Microsoft "soon" will be delivering its updated SharePoint Online service.
System Center 2012 SP1's Virtual Machine Manager IP pools offer the same zero-effort IP addressing experience that desktop administrators have enjoyed for years.
- By Greg Shields