Windows Servers


Microsoft Warns WSUS Users About Flawed KB3148812 Update

Microsoft is advising organizations running Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to defer installing its update KB3148812, which was released earlier this week.

How To Get Started with Deduplication in Window Server 2012

Reduce duplicate data and free up space quickly with this Windows Server feature.

Microsoft's Path Is Leading to a Connected World

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

Snover Highlights DevOps and Nano Server at Build Event

The DevOps message was in force this week at Microsoft's Build event.

Back to Basics with SharePoint 2016

Microsoft MVP Vlad Catrinescu gives us a thorough grounding on how to think about Microsoft's newest collaboration server.

The SharePoint Online Admin Experience Is Maturing

Microsoft is making progress in streamlining tasks for Office 365 administrators.

Storage Spaces Matures in Windows Server 2016

A more resilient Storage Spaces in the forthcoming Windows Server 2016 gives software-defined storage a major boost, promising to usher in more intelligent converged infrastructure.

Hybrid Search with SharePoint and Office 365

The new SharePoint release shares more properties with Office 365 than ever. Perhaps the most welcome new feature is the ability to search for files running both on-premises and in the cloud. Learn how to implement hybrid search.

SharePoint Meets Office 365

Microsoft has put the finishing touches on SharePoint Server 2016, which shares more common features and integration with Office 365.

Office Online Server Deemed 'Essential' for SharePoint 2016

Office Online Server will be "essential" for SharePoint Server 2016, Microsoft indicated late last week.

Microsoft Releases SharePoint Server 2016 RTM Bits

SharePoint Server 2016 reached its "release-to-manufacturing" (RTM) milestone today.

A Tale of 2 Container Deployments

Microsoft's foray into containers will offer two deployment options -- Windows and Hyper-V. This is an exploration of both.

Securing Windows Enterprise CAs

Best practices in securing your enterprise Windows Server-based certificate authority to ensure all resources are trusted.

SharePoint 2016 Could Reach RTM Status on March 14

Microsoft reportedly expects its SharePoint Server 2016 "release-to-manufacturing" milestone to happen on March 14.

Windows PowerShell 5.0 Expected To Add Improved Security

Microsoft is planning to deliver its Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.0 release-to-manufacturing (RTM) version by the end of this month, which also will bring PowerShell 5.0 with it.

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