Windows Servers


First Impressions: Windows Server 10 Hyper-V Preview

Is Microsoft finally preparing a version of Hyper-V that can compete with VMware?

Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Finishes 2014 with 7 Security Bulletins

Today's release looks to fix 25 flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer and Office.

Microsoft Said To Be Dropping SharePoint Online 'Public Sites' Feature

Microsoft may be planning to drop another SharePoint Online feature.

Microsoft Enables Lync-to-Skype Video Calling

Microsoft has enabled video calling capability between Lync and Skype.

Next Windows 10 Preview Release Coming January 2015

Windows 10's next iteration will be a "January technical preview" release that's expected to appear sometime next month, according to a press report.

The Year Microsoft Built Its New Foundation

What a difference a year has made for Microsoft.

Microsoft Increases Support Costs for IT Pros

Microsoft quietly raised the price of its Professional Support services for its U.S. software customers to $499 per incident.

5 Microsoft Changes That Mattered Most

The company's 2014 will go down as one of the busiest for the company, and these five changes will help to define the Microsoft of tomorrow.

First Look: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery

Hyper-V virtual machine protection in a private cloud or the Azure cloud is simplified with the new replication and recovery service.

'Critical' Windows Hole Gets Out-of-Band Patch

Microsoft released a crypto fix that has been seen to be in limited exploit against Windows Server.

How To Use the New Windows 10 Command Prompt

Brien takes a look at what's new with Microsoft's next Command Prompt and explains why you should be excited.

Microsoft Releases Azure Operational Insights Preview

Microsoft released a preview of its Azure Operational Insights service today.

Recovering Deleted Files from the SharePoint 2013 Recycle Bin

Here's how to retrieve a document that you might have assumed was gone for good.

Windows Server 2003's Death Is Fast Approaching

Don't expect Microsoft to help you keep the aged server OS secure after July 14, 2015.

Microsoft Planning To Disable SSL 3.0 Support in December

Microsoft gave notice today that it will disable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 support in its Internet Explorer browser and in its Online Services, starting on Dec. 1, 2014.

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