What a difference a year has made for Microsoft.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
As 2014 comes to a close and you start looking toward the coming year, what sorts of challenges can you expect your IT team to encounter?
U.S. companies should be on the lookout for wiper malware that could brick computers.
The company's 2014 will go down as one of the busiest for the company, and these five changes will help to define the Microsoft of tomorrow.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Keep your open Windows in check with Microsoft's newest Tack View.
Microsoft released a crypto fix that has been seen to be in limited exploit against Windows Server.
Brien takes a look at what's new with Microsoft's next Command Prompt and explains why you should be excited.
Microsoft included the security solution in this month's Patch Tuesday release.
Brien discusses the feedback of his last Windows Phone column and shares his latest adventures with the platform.
Here's how to retrieve a document that you might have assumed was gone for good.
- By Spike Xavier
Experts weigh in on how they see security and cultural trends related to the Internet going in the next decade.
Don't expect Microsoft to help you keep the aged server OS secure after July 14, 2015.
- By Greg Shields
Did you take my quiz from last month's column? If so, let's see how you did.
Microsoft's shift in focus on strengthening its offered services and providing compatible software across multiple platforms is a good indication that the company has plans to stay relevant in a post-Windows OS world.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Disk failures happen. Here's how to get back up and running with minimal effort.
The new process looks to verify the authenticity of a Google site before users provide their login details.
This month's security update has led to compatibility and installation errors for many users.
This month's security offering includes three bulletins rated "critical" and five "important" items.
This Windows Server 2012 feature makes it easy to set storage quotas and manage file types.
It's hard to sell units when customers can't find them in stores.