Version 9.5 of the Veeam Availability Suite, scheduled for release later this year, will be fully integrated with the Windows Server 2016 operating system and the Hyper-V-native hypervisor used in the datacenter, the company said.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft announced two new Azure Active Directory previews this week.
Microsoft has scheduled its next Azure Active Directory certificate rollover to take place on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016.
Microsoft shares were up more than 3% in after-hours trading Tuesday on a fourth quarter earnings report that beat analyst estimates on earnings per share and revenues.
- By Scott Bekker
It's easier to modify an existing cmdlet to your needs than writing one from scratch.
- By Adam Bertram
Refresh Windows looks to battle the amount of unwanted software that is included with new PCs.
Microsoft has entered the testing stage of its new Big Data and Internet of Things (IoT) cert and training programs.
Microsoft today announced plans to launch Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 products at its Ignite conference this fall.
Microsoft today announced that its elastic cloud computing platform Azure SQL Data Warehouse is now generally available.
Windows Server 2003 is still being used, even though it lost Microsoft's product update support one year ago, a recent study has found.
Microsoft said that despite initially being penned for release later this year, the company's Azure Stack won't arrive until sometime in 2017.
Microsoft this week announced a coming change to its support for two virtualization tools, but it just applies to Windows 10 Pro edition users.
Microsoft this week offered yet another explanation about how its June security patch can break Group Policy Object (GPO) settings for organizations and how to address the changes.
The company's flagship container infrastructure software was developed with close integration with Google's own container management software.
- By John K. Waters
Keep on top of your server's performance by setting up and checking periodic status alerts.