According to long-time Microsoft watcher Mary-Jo Foley, now is the time for Microsoft executives to come to grips with the fact that Redmond is not Apple -- and that's OK.
- By Mary Jo Foley
When someone inside an organization steps across legal or ethical boundaries, an IT professional is often the first -- and sometimes last -- line of defense. These are the stories of IT people who have thwarted malfeasance in their organizations -- and there's advice for aspiring IT heroes, too.
According to an IDC white page, data cent managers should deploy infrastructure management software that ties together the IT and facilities factors for a smoother operation.
- By Rutrell Yasin
Migrating from Internet Explorer 6 to a modern browser can be faster, cheaper and easier than you think -- if you know the right tricks.
- By Chris Jackson
Microsoft is among several larger tech companies who pushed for the change to "first to file" -- but what will the Act's passage really mean for the tech industry (and patents in general)? Patent attorney Carlos A. Fisher walks through the potential impact.
Microsoft kicked off the preliminaries of its Build conference by previewing just how its new code-named "Windows 8" operating system will make the case for IT professionals, developers and users.
Microsoft Server and Tools President Satya Nadella said his department's focus is for enterprises to adopt multiple Microsoft technologies that will provide a hybrid public/private cloud solution.
While competitors ramp up in a re-emerging space, Microsoft seems content to cede power in the market for e-commerce applications.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
Virtualization licensing is changing -- take time now to review your infrastructure (and all the vendor options) now to make sure you're getting the best deal going forward.
For IT professionals dealing with databases, a few processes can ensure flexibility and stretch the limits of uptime.
- By Andrew Peterson
Microsoft revved up its cloud marketing message on Monday after VMware made some licensing changes in July.
People and processes are the root cause of most big IT problems, rather than software or hardware, according to a poll.
The August patch is a bulky one as Microsoft released 13 fixes today.
- By Jabulani Leffall
IT pros need to constantly update their skills in order to survive. Redmond asked experts -- and readers -- which skills and jobs have a solid future and which ones will crumble in the years to come. Here's what we found.
The August patch from Microsoft will be thick with security fixes.
- By Jabulani Leffall
From security concerns to whether a product (or vendor) will be around in three years, there's a lot to consider when picking your next tech vendor, esp. in the age of the cloud (and yes, you'll still need on-premise staffing).
From monitoring SQL Server to remote-access tools to cloud synching to Cisco security, here's 11 apps that any Windows techie with an iPhone or iPad will want to check out.
Gartner published a couple of studies last month advising IT shops to facilitate the creation and use of applications by employees, as well as their use of simple business intelligence tools.
While the official requirements are shrouded in secret, here are some tips to improve your odds.
Cisco announced on Monday that it will be reducing its workforce by 6,500 employees in August.