Cisco today kicked off its "applications centric infrastructure" alternative to software-defined networking.
According to Microsoft, attacks against victims in the Middle East and Asia are exploiting a zero-day flaw found in the Microsoft Graphics Component.
From its scaling capabilities to its close integration with PowerShell, here are a few things to consider before making the move to Microsoft's cloud.
Solid-state drives (SSDs) have become more viable for boosting enterprise application performance and now the new Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 adds improved SSD support.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Are overly complex implementation requirements and a move to an app-store model killing the appeal of SharePoint 2013 in the enterprise?
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Brien runs down how you can get the most out of Windows Server 2012 R2's newest tiered storage functionality.
Microsoft indicated this month that Lync Server 2013 is now supported on Windows Server 2012 R2.
Enterprises mostly are using SharePoint Server 2010 and have been slow to move to Microsoft's cloud-based SharePoint Online service, according to recent Forrester Research survey results.
Microsoft updated Windows Azure this month to integrate with its latest flagship software offerings, rolling out some new services as well.
For hybrid cloud solutions to continue to find their footing in the enterprise, security features that enforce geographic jurisdictions should be a top priority.
Microsoft achieved its "general availability" release milestone today for Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2.
A tool that blocks Internet Explorer 11 installations on Windows 7 machines is now available.
Experts discuss Microsoft's cloud and enterprise product strategies.
SharePoint is just good enough and few love using it, but it's widely deployed and changing due to Microsoft's product development efforts on the cloud side.
This month hits the 10-year anniversary of Microsoft's first monthly security update release. And in celebrating a decade of Patch Tuesdays, Redmond is gifting IT four bulletin items rated "critical" and four "important" for October's monthly rollout.