A reader takes issue with Mary Jo Foley calling Microsoft's recent .NET developer attitude as an apology to the community.
Readers share their thoughts on the changing IT landscape, the return of Microsoft's Windows Start button, administrator headaches and more.
In her December 2012 column ("The Next Big Thing for Microsoft"), Mary Jo Foley wrote about "the new Office" -- new versions of the Microsoft productivity suite that are subscription- and cloud-based. A reader reacts to this vision of Microsoft's future.
Positive or Negative Outlook?
Readers weigh in on a recent article on VM self-service.
Is the cloud the next step to propel security to the future? Readers chime in with their thoughts.
Will Microsoft's Windows 8 Surface tablet sink or float? Here's what readers think.
In his July column, "Time to Dump the BlackBerry," Redmond Editor in Chief Doug Barney asked readers: "Should I be a Redmond loyalist and go with Windows Phone, or bow before the Cupertino gods?" Here are some of their suggestions.
Readers respond to a recent IT Decision Maker Blog post, "Windows Server 2012: IT Pros Will Need WS-MAN Remoting Skills (and Not Just for PowerShell)."
Redmond readers chime in on why a Windows Admin might want to use a Mac and more.
Readers respond to a recent column by Don Jones showing that the Windows Server GUI is going to be downplayed (if not eventually non-existent) in future editions.
Your take on IT security and other issues.
Readers write in with feedback on recent articles.
Readers discuss Microsoft certification, the future of Windows PowerShell and more.
Readers weigh in on the hot topics from the last issue.
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