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Microsoft's Phone Retreat Doesn't Spell Demise of Windows Mobile

These may be dark days for the company's phone efforts -- but there is hope for a strong comeback.

At Build 2016, Everything Old Was New Again

This year Microsoft showed off improvements across its large line of products and services.

Microsoft's Path Is Leading to a Connected World

The company wants all your devices to work in harmony, with Windows at the heart.

Microsoft's Skylake Surprise May Help More than Hurt Early Adopters

From dedicated support to hardware/software deals, the limited OS support for upcoming Skylake line might actually benefit those looking to get in early.

5 Ways To Save Your Career as an IT Pro

Evolve with emerging tech and tools or lose your job to someone that will.

Microsoft Giveth and then Taketh Away

Redmond's new Windows Insider columnist discusses Microsoft's latest move to alter OneDrive storage limits.

An Open Letter to Every Windows Insider

Greg Shields says goodbye after 100 columns as Redmond's Windows Insider.

Windows 10 Is Out: Is It Enterprise Worthy?

While the OS could be a good fit for your organization, should you jump in right out of the gate?

RDS Rapid Deployment with Hyper-V and VMM

Get servers running Remote Desktop Services (RDS) up and running with just a few clicks.

UPDATED: Active Directory Certificate Services: Don't Overthink It

Authentication and the venerable domain controller have been inseparable concepts since the earliest days of the Windows Server OS.

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."

The Case for DIY User Training

Making some quick training videos for end users could save time, money and IT headaches.

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