Microsoft today released Technical Preview 2 of System Center Configuration Manager.
Why use third-party tools when all you need to get the job done can be found in Windows?
- By Troy Thompson
Aside from the privacy issues, granting government agencies with access provides security holes for attackers to take advantage of, the MIT report argues.
Windows Server 2003 likely won't be totally gone from datacenters until mid-2018, according to an industry study.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced "PowerShell for Office 365," a new Web resource for IT pros.
Get servers running Remote Desktop Services (RDS) up and running with just a few clicks.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft is building a stronger bridge between Windows Server and Microsoft Azure, but it'll also manage AWS, VMware and OpenStack infrastructure and services.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
IT pros largely won't be rolling out Windows 10 at a brisk pace when the new operating system gets released this year, according to a recent industry survey.
Microsoft is set to end support for the aging server OS in July, but this migration process should ease the move.
- By John O'Neill Sr.
Microsoft commercially released its Azure Active Directory Connect tool today.
Microsoft announced this week that it is adding two improvements to its Office 365 service incident communication process.
Microsoft changed course and has extended support for Windows Server AppFabric 1.1 for another seven years.
Organizations faced with Windows Server 2003 upgrade issues and considering Microsoft's Custom Support Agreements (CSAs) to tide them over got some independent guidance this month.
Browsium released Ion 3.5 today, with multiple enhancements to the company's browser management and Web app remediation tool.
Looking to fill a key hole in its infrastructure and mobility management stack, VMware on Monday became the latest major IT infrastructure player to launch a single sign-on SSO offering.
- By John K. Waters