The growth of flash storage and tighter security precautions are just some of the trends that will continue this year.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft announced today that it plans to release the first technical preview of its Azure Stack solutions on Friday.
Aging technology, coupled with a growing number of sophisticated attacks have organizations feeling like they're at a disadvantage when it comes to network security, according to a recent Cisco report.
Microsoft has published a light software tool for IT pros that lets them compare Group Policy Objects.
Bypassing the Azure Portal and going straight to PowerShell will provide you with more options for managing Microsoft's cloud.
- By Adam Bertram
Being able to call up specific variables is key in narrowing down a large data set.
Microsoft MVP Vlad Catrinescu outlined some of the benefits and hardware requirements of the upcoming SharePoint Server release.
Microsoft today published a list of Intel Skylake-based PCs that can run Windows 7/8.1 operating systems but will have truncated Windows product lifecycle support.
Most organizations that have started Windows 10 migrations are planning to complete them by year-end 2016, according to a small, industry-sponsored survey.
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Microsoft's product lifecycle support policies for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 could vary somewhat, based on a machine's underlying hardware and chip technologies.
A January security update from Microsoft apparently is adversely affecting some SharePoint Server 2013 deployments.
Microsoft plans to expand its Windows 10 upgrade push "later this month" in the U.S. market, with other markets to follow.
Microsoft's Skype for Business Online service will be getting future reporting and analytics improvements with the purchase of software made by Event Zero.
Windows 8 passed Microsoft's "extended support" milestone yesterday, which marks its continued use as a potential security hazard.