On-Site Data, Off-Site Tools

The latest major change sweeping the IT industry may be a direct result of the cloud craze, which focuses on cloudifying what has been dubbed the control plane -- a new buzzword that intends to separate "the data" from "the tools that manage that data."

Microsoft Announces Threat Analysis Preview and Coming Security Update Changes

Ignite event profiles new security tools and patch approaches.

Microsoft Cracks Down on Misleading Internet Ads in Internet Explorer

Users will be warned if an ad may be fraudulent or misleading.

The SharePoint Big Bang Theory

SharePoint's popularity can be attributed to Microsoft's willingness to change with the times. If it's to survive in the enterprise, it's going to need to continue to evolve in a cloud-based world.

Hardware's New Supporting Role at Microsoft

Microsoft is using its modest hardware offerings to deliver its expanding portfolio of services and software.

How To Use Windows Server as a Network Router

Link up virtual machines without the need of physical hardware.

Microsoft Announces New Office 365 Security and Transparency Features

Unveiled at this year's RSA security convention, Customer Lockbox will force any data access by Microsoft to be approved by customers.

How To Configure Mail Protection in Office 365

Knowing how to edit the spam content filter means delving into how Microsoft determines which messages are junk.

Top Command Line Tools for Managing Active Directory

Let's look at command line tools that will help you manage Active Directory more effectively.

A First Look at Windows Phone 10

While still very much a work in progress, the first preview for the next version of Microsoft's smartphone-based OS feels more like a minor upgrade.

April Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Releases 4 'Critical' Fixes

This month's Security Update includes a fix for a 0-day issue in Microsoft Office.

What Microsoft Must Do at Ignite

If the company wants Windows 10 to be a success, it's going to need to make a strong argument for the OS in front of its core audience.

'Dyre Wolf' Malware Steals Millions from Enterprises

Researchers at IBM have discovered an active attack campaign using a variation of the Dyre Trojan that has already stolen millions from organizations.

Creating Multiple Active Directory User Accounts Using a VB Script

Let's take a look at creating multiple user accounts in Active Directory using a Virtual Basic Script (VBS).

How To Use Smart Paging in Hyper-V

The feature is all about allocating relocating dynamic memory that might be going to waste

Microsoft's Ready To Play Ball

This spring will be a busy one for Microsoft, as the company tries to convince enterprises to jump onboard its upcoming products and services.

The Case for DIY User Training

Making some quick training videos for end users could save time, money and IT headaches.

Data, Done Big

The term is not just a buzzword. The trick is to figuring out how to get Big Data to work for you.

Google Issues Warning on Rogue Chinese Digital TLS Certs

The company has warned that the bogus Internet certs could be used in man-in-the-middle attacks.

Will Windows 10 Become a Subscription Model?

As Microsoft continues its march toward a subscription-centric business model, customers are on the hunt for the hidden gotchas.

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