While competitors ramp up in a re-emerging space, Microsoft seems content to cede power in the market for e-commerce applications.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com, kicked off the company's Dreamforce conference this week with some new announcements.
- By John K. Waters
Virtualization licensing is changing -- take time now to review your infrastructure (and all the vendor options) now to make sure you're getting the best deal going forward.
For IT professionals dealing with databases, a few processes can ensure flexibility and stretch the limits of uptime.
- By Andrew Peterson
DoS and password brute-force attacks can be particularly nasty, but you can protect your network against these types of disruptions.
Microsoft released a report this month updating the progress of the Microsoft Security Response Center in ensuring software security.
The August patch is a bulky one as Microsoft released 13 fixes today.
- By Jabulani Leffall
Security researcher Tarjei Mandt has found dozens of vulnerabilities in the graphics control component of Windows Kernel.
- By William Jackson
The August patch from Microsoft will be thick with security fixes.
- By Jabulani Leffall
So, you think you know how password policies work in Active Directory? Well, you might ... or you might not. Find out how to manage Active Directory password policies in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
- By Derek Melber
Juniper Networks has hired the former president of Microsoft's Server & Tools Business, Bob Muglia, to be the vice president of its Software Solutions Division, the company announced Monday.
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.