Microsoft MVP Orin Thomas lays out the most common security pitfalls IT administrators face, and how everything from the cloud to company management can make them worse.
With the tech landscape changing so rapidly, many IT pros are at a crossroads: Practice and perfect core skillsets, or get a head start on bleeding-edge technologies?
- By Joey D'Antoni
Companies of all sizes are jumping on the digital business transformation bandwagon.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft will be ending its TechRewards learning program for developers and IT pros.
IT pros looking for new job beginnings this spring may face somewhat dampened prospects, given current U.S. trends.
Microsoft today announced free new educational resources for IT pros who may be coming to grips with Microsoft's cloud-centric shift.
A new Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) program came into existence this week for those seeking Linux on Azure certifications.
Hybrid computing skills should be a focus of IT pros maintaining SharePoint environments, given Microsoft's current cloud emphasis.
Microsoft changed its Most Valuable Professional program structure this month.
While your IT staff may be technically proficient, that's not the only skills to consider for a winning team.
U.S. IT worker salaries likely will trend upward next year, according to recent analysis by Computer Economics.
Company praises IT pros, while shifting their roles with Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft announced today that Jim DuBois is the new chief information officer (CIO) of the company.
Mary Jo Foley discusses how recent Microsoft executive and service pricing changes may not be sitting well with many on-premises experts.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Compensation for Windows information technology pros continues to rise, and the 18th annual Redmond Magazine Salary Survey reveals more IT pros might change jobs, a move fueled by an IT labor shortage and sustained economic growth.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
U.S. IT job growth has been in a downward slump so far this year.
According to Redmond magazine's 17th annual salary survey of U.S.-based Windows IT pros, the average salary is $87,630, up 3.25 percent over 2011.
If you want to get the most out of Windows administration tools like Group Policy preferences (GPPs), you need to break down those walls.
- By Greg Shields
Few improvements occurred last month in the overall U.S. IT job market.
- By Katrina Carrasco
Your clients aren't customers; part of doing your job right will be saying "no."