Network printing doesn't have to be a free-for-all, where anyone with a connection can access any printer on a given network. Microsoft provides a few basic controls to secure and manage access.
We can say it now: From its hardware quality to its ecosystem of third-party apps, Microsoft's answer to Apple's MacBook Pro has been a pleasant surprise.
A step-by-step guide to moving your organization's mailboxes from Google's cloud productivity suite to Microsoft's.
Be careful what you say -- and how slowly you say it.
How to let SharePoint users add just the right amount of information to make searching for files easier, without going overboard.
For starters, don't be surprised if Microsoft takes an axe to Server Manager in favor of Project Honolulu.
Microsoft's CPU Groups tool lets you group CPU resources, cap resource consumption, and bind individual VMs to the group. Here's how.
Microsoft lets Windows Server 2016 users allocate CPU resources at a much more granular level than before. To get started, here's an overview of basic CPU topology.
Windows Phone may be dead in the water, but based on Microsoft's recently disclosed plans for Windows 10 on ARM, the company's mobile aspirations are still going strong.
Here's a quick survey of the newest Web Parts available for SharePoint, including Power BI, Planner and Office 365 Connectors.
As far as set-it-and-forget-it backup solutions go, there are few more convenient than the File History feature that's built natively into Windows 10.
Microsoft gives you the ability to create a comprehensive backup of your entire computer in Windows 10. You just have to do a little digging to find it.
Microsoft's blockbuster acquisition of the enterprise social network is starting to bear fruit. Here's a quick tour of the built-in LinkedIn integration inside Word.
Though it's tempting to think of SharePoint as a Web-based collaboration platform, it's also possible to synchronize the contents of a SharePoint document library to your PC using OneDrive.
Some of these assumptions are perfectly valid for most situations, but others -- despite Microsoft's best intentions -- are a bit more puzzling.