Microsoft on Tuesday released a preview of tools for managing Nano Server, a Windows Server 2016 deployment option.
The Resilient File System (ReFS) v2 in Windows Server 2016 TP4 still isn't faster than NTFS -- not surprising at this stage of its development, though its block-cloning feature is highly optimized for virtualized workloads.
- By Paul Ferrill
An industry study found that that most organizations used SharePoint Server on premises in 2015, rather than the SharePoint Online service.
Because the forthcoming Microsoft Nano Server doesn't have a GUI, here's how to create configuration scripts with the built-in Desired State Configuration in Windows PowerShell.
Why SharePoint professionals need to embrace SharePoint's new API model of development and deployment.
Microsoft's premier field engineers for search have produced a new tool to help organizations troubleshoot SharePoint Server search issues.
Microsoft published a white paper this week describing its roadmap plans for Windows Azure Pack.
Microsoft MVP Vlad Catrinescu outlined some of the benefits and hardware requirements of the upcoming SharePoint Server release.
Microsoft today released SharePoint Server 2016 Release Candidate (RC), along with an RC of Project Server 2016.
While Microsoft has been talking up Office 365 much more than SharePoint, both services have integral roles in the company's cloud strategy.
- By Christian Buckley
A January security update from Microsoft apparently is adversely affecting some SharePoint Server 2013 deployments.
A list of top priorities for IT in the new year, including Windows 10 migrations, ID and access management, encryption, office politics, and DevOps.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft's new "Cloud Search Service Application" technology, timed for the release of SharePoint Server 2016, promises to bring a greatly improved SharePoint search experience for organizations.
Microsoft is shifting to an operational focus and creating a security graph to help address the alarming new threat landscape and the rise of cloud computing.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
While Microsoft may not be quite as busy this year as they were in 2015, the impact of its moves should still make it a memorable year.
- By Mary Jo Foley