The introduction of containers to Windows Server, Hyper-V and Microsoft Azure tied with Windows PowerShell automation paves the Microsoft path to DevOps and support for cross-platform modern apps.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft likely will tell us more about its cloud-optimized next Windows Server product, including a new Nano Server component, at this week's Build event for developers.
Microsoft this week announced a couple of improvements to its Internet Explorer browser compatibility solutions for organizations.
Link up virtual machines without the need of physical hardware.
An updated public "preview" of the forthcoming Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) product was announced today.
Microsoft's Office 365 subscribers will soon get enhanced "nondelivery reports" designed to simplify e-mail troubleshooting.
Microsoft released SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1 this week, but later pulled it after install errors surfaced.
Knowing how to edit the spam content filter means delving into how Microsoft determines which messages are junk.
Let's look at command line tools that will help you manage Active Directory more effectively.
- By Troy Thompson
Organizations running SQL Server 2005 have less than a year before the product's lifecycle support will come to an end.
Microsoft gave notice this month that it plans to end product support for its Windows Server AppFabric 1.1 solution.
Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of the popular Microsoft scripting engine, forecasts where PowerShell is going and outlines containers' role in automation.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft today described more about a new Nano Server component that will be part of its next Windows Server release.
Microsoft's enterprise and service provider customers running the Microsoft Cloud Platform System (CPS) can expect to get software updates automatically on a quarterly basis.
Let's take a look at creating multiple user accounts in Active Directory using a Virtual Basic Script (VBS).
- By Troy Thompson