Choices are getting more complicated. The industry faces an uncertain transition to 64-bit technologies with several routes to get there. Windows systems can now run on massive servers, but each system vendor ships a different architecture. The problem extends to each vendor's blade architecture. There are also new rules when it comes to how little has to be spent on a server.
Click on the headlines below to read more about each issue surrounding Windows server hardware.
Microsoft warned this week in a Twitter post that its August security updates won't install for users of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 if those operating system lack certain March updates.
A Microsoft Teams Rooms update now lets organizations use images of physical whiteboards as a dynamic space for videoconferencing communications, although it's at the preview stage and may require having a new camera.
What started out as a handy shortcut to your most-used Windows 10 apps has morphed into another way for Microsoft and developers to pepper you with ads.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it now offers the Azure Ultra Disk solid-state drive (SSD) storage service commercially, or at the "general availability" stage, in a few Azure regions.
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