Target. Equifax. Michaels. Heartbleed. IT security breaches and exploits just keep rolling in and for most companies, it hasn't made a bit of difference.
Microsoft's "personal assistant" feature may drastically change the way we interact with both Windows OS and Windows Server in the future. Here's why.
While NoSQL has taken over many of the duties that the relational database engine used to do, relying only on NoSQL could lead to some issues.
- By Denny Cherry
The new cloud-based platform looks to streamline threat information to make it easier for users and machines to access and read.
The right answer may not be right for every enterprise.
Here's a step-by-step instruction on how to create a number of site collections, content databases and how to combine them.
- By Spike Xavier
The most recent high-profile offering comes from HP with its split-key cloud security suite.
While there are some obvious bugs with the preview release, the Cortana voice assistant looks to be a game changer for the platform.
You know something is wrong, but that's all you know. Here's how to pinpoint the issue.
Plus: Microsoft warns of the importance of keeping Java patched.
Microsoft's is looking to spark renewed enterprise focus for the company with Azure and increasing BYOD options.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The vulnerability has been discovered out of the wake of the Heartbleed bug disclosure.
Having managers complete an IT-specific leadership course could lead to a more productive and successful team.
The new service allows for custom security bulletin reports based off of users' needs.
As Redmond shifts focus to a quicker release cadence, the challenge is bringing enterprise customers on board.
- By Mary Jo Foley
The workaround allows desktop users to push through Windows Embedded updates to their Windows XP machines.
Many don't even know that their VMware vCenter Server license comes with an incredibly powerful automation tool for admins.
- By Greg Shields
While many have speculated that Windows 9 news should have arrived by now, it appears Microsoft is staying tight lipped in favor of fixing Windows 8.
The report by security firm FireEye found that network security can't keep up with the sophistication of today's attacks.
If your server network performance is lagging, chances are Windows' security features are to blame. Here's how to alleviate the problem.