11/1/2013

Flash Invasion

Solid state drives are rapidly moving into more servers and storage arrays. Now the new Windows Server 2012 R2 adds improved SSD support.


In-Depth

The Rise of Solid-State Drives in the Datacenter

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.


Use Windows Azure as a Backup Target

Here's how to connect four backup and recovery software tools to the Microsoft public cloud to protect and archive your data.


Product Reviews

Simplify Exchange Recovery with Dell Recovery Manager

A flexible search interface makes this software well-suited for e-discovery.


Decision Maker

What Enterprises Need To Know About Windows Azure

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.


Foley on Microsoft

Are the Days of the Microsoft IT Pro Numbered?

Mary Jo Foley discusses how recent Microsoft executive and service pricing changes may not be sitting well with many on-premises experts.


Redmond View

SharePoint's Uncertain Enterprise Future

Are overly complex implementation requirements and a move to an app-store model killing the appeal of SharePoint 2013 in the enterprise?


Windows Insider

What's New in Group Policy Settings

With October's massive Microsoft product releases comes new and modified configuration options.


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