The safety of data remains the key reason many enterprises won't use cloud hosting services.
Keeping data secure in the cloud requires a new approach to authentication and authorization.
Your guide to 6 key considerations -- including security, storage, Exchange hosting and more -- for moving infrastructure and applications to public, private and hybrid clouds.
Windows Azure is about to get a facelift. New IaaS capabilities promise VM portability.
SharePoint is tailor-made for the cloud, providing location and device independence.
Tired of hosting e-mail in-house but don't want to use Office 365? Hosting providers offer an alternative.
When it comes to storing data, there are numerous choices IT can make, all with varying levels of complexity.
EPC Group.net Founder and CEO Errin O'Connor shares tips for a smooth cloud experience with SharePoint.
Acrowire President Ted Theodoropoulos gives expert advice for businesses choosing between on-premises and cloud SharePoint.
The 17th annual Redmond Salary Survey shows compensation among Windows IT pros is up sharply in 2012 following years of meager growth.
LastPass keeps your passwords secure and organized.
Doug buys an iPad, but he's looking forward to the Surface.
Your users might just be smart enough to handle security issues correctly -- with the right training.
Mary Jo Foley looks at Microsoft's product line changes over the last year and wonders if it's indicative of a larger shift.
In his July column, "Time to Dump the BlackBerry," Redmond Editor in Chief Doug Barney asked readers: "Should I be a Redmond loyalist and go with Windows Phone, or bow before the Cupertino gods?" Here are some of their suggestions.
Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) can improve SharePoint functionality and performance.
If you want to get the most out of Windows administration tools like Group Policy preferences (GPPs), you need to break down those walls.