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Avaya Launches Secure Framework for the 'Everywhere Datacenter'

When Avaya, a global provider of enterprise communications and collaboration systems, announced plans to file for Chapter 11 debt restructuring in January, the company's treasurer, John Sullivan, declared that the move would allow the company to continue its evolution into a software-and-services-led operation.

Are Virtual Conferences Viable Alternatives to Live Tech Conferences?

Despite the cost- and time-saving advantages of an online event, nothing beats the real thing.

Microsoft Gives PowerPoint Users an Extra Helping Hand

The recently added QuickStarter feature can get a basic presentation outline created and ready for your additional tweaking.

The Rise of the Hybrid Cloud and Its Impact on SharePoint

The majority SharePoint implementations are on pace to run in hybrid cloud architectures. The good news is it has become a first-class citizen in the SharePoint ecosystem.

Thanks to Office 365, Office 2016 Users To Get Less Features

Those using the standalone version of Office will be losing support for Skype for Business and OneDrive for Business.

Using Office 365 To Get a Handle on Spam

While Office 365 does a good job at blocking most incoming spam e-mails, improvements can be made by users to increase its efficiency.

Demands of IoT, Quantum and Cognitive Workloads Drive IBM's Cloud Datacenter Expansion

The company is not only expanding its datacenters to meet growing individual demand, but to meet the computing burden of new and emerging technologies.

Modern Windows Apps Are Microsoft’s Achilles' Heel

As we approach the fifth anniversary of the Windows Store, Microsoft's modern app approach has just not paid off.

How To Patch Nano Server, Part 2: Patching Multiple Servers

By modifying Microsoft's provided Powershell patching code, applying updates to multiple Nano Servers can be simplified.

Does Everyone Still Need Windows?

Microsoft is approaching an interesting and potentially difficult inflection point with Windows.

How To Set Up Windows To Go

Microsoft's s secure option for accessing your desktop when working remotely only takes a few minutes (and a 32GB flash drive) to get up and running.

RIP Internet Privacy

With the rollback of FCC regulations, ISPs can now do what they want with your information.

Get New Microsoft Office 365 Features Even More Quickly

If you're unable to join the Office Insider program due to the version of Office 365 you are on, there's another option for being one of the first to get the latest Office updates.

How To Patch Nano Server, Part 1: Choosing the Correct Path

While there are many methods for applying patches, going through PowerShell is the most straightforward way to get the job done.

Microsoft Teams: Angst and Opportunity

While millennials in the workforce should flock to the new service, raised governance issues might sink it in the end.

The Wide Demographic Reach of Microsoft’s Billions

If you ask people who aren’t IT pros what they know about Microsoft, they’ll probably start by mentioning Windows.

Microsoft Readies Next Phase of Its Convo-as-a-Service Plan

When Microsoft introduced its bot platform and started talking up "Conversation as a Service" last year at Build, it was the birth of the company’s bot-mania.

Is It Time for a Microsoft Office 365 Super Client?

With so many different tools and apps falling under the Office 365 umbrella, Microsoft's next step should be unifying them under one pane of glass.

Why You Might Not Be Getting the Latest Office 365 Updates

If you're in Office 365's Deferred Channel, added features won't arrive on release. Here's how to change that.

Facebook To Refresh Its Servers, Contribute Blueprints to the Open Compute Project

The company is spearheading an industry wide initiative tasked with the development of the datacenter of the future.

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