Network Management


SQL Server 2014 SP1 Reissued by Microsoft

Microsoft republished Service Pack 1 for SQL Server 2014 on Thursday.

Microsoft Releases New System Center 2012 Service Packs that Add Some Windows 10 Support

Microsoft announced new service packs today for its Configuration Manager components of both System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2.

10 Tips for Managing Active Directory

Implementing these simple steps will help you secure and manage Active Directory.

First Look: Office 365 Admin App

Brien gives his first impressions of the mobile Office 365 management app.

Adaptiva OneSite 4.5 Adds Smart Patching to SCCM

A new version of the Adaptiva systems management software aims to simplify the way IT pros issue patches via Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

Microsoft Edge Browser Jettisoning Older Technologies for Better Security

Microsoft talked last week about how its new Edge Web browser is improving security while jettisoning older Internet Explorer technologies along the way.

On-Site Data, Off-Site Tools

The latest major change sweeping the IT industry may be a direct result of the cloud craze, which focuses on cloudifying what has been dubbed the control plane -- a new buzzword that intends to separate "the data" from "the tools that manage that data."

Exchange Server 2016 Getting Deployment and Reliability Improvements

Microsoft offered a glimpse of Exchange Server 2016 at its Ignite event for IT pros this week.

SharePoint Server 2016 Roadmap Highlighted at Ignite Event

Microsoft outlined some of its SharePoint Server 2016 commitments and roadmap plans at this week's Ignite event in Chicago.

First Look: Docker Machine Preview

The new Docker Machine preview lets you build Docker VM hosts on various compatible OS hosts, hypervisors and clouds.

System Center 2016 Tech Preview 2 Released

Microsoft released its second Technical Preview of System Center 2016 today, and announced coming service packs for System Center 2012.

Automate Using Windows PowerShell

New capabilities make automating IT processes easier and worthwhile.

vSphere vs. Hyper-V: Hypervisors Battle for the Enterprise

VMware has rolled out its first major new hypervisor platform in three years and introduces some features not yet in Hyper-V.

Microsoft Ushering in Dev-Ops Cloud Future with Nano Server

Nano Server is looking to be a big thing for Microsoft.

Inside Microsoft's Embrace of Container-Fueled Automation

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.

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