If you need to generate Hyper-V inventory reports but don't want the hassle of writing your own custom PowerShell script, here is a shortcut.
Microsoft this week announced a couple of noteworthy previews of new capabilities for IT pros using the Azure Active Directory identity and access management service.
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Here's how you can use Hyper-V's replica infrastructure to minimize disruptions caused by the patch management process.
The earliest gaming consoles provided a tidy solution to the problem of PC hardware compatibility. Now, Brien argues, DaaS is doing the same thing.
Microsoft recently announced a bunch of tooling updates for organizations using Office 365 and Azure solutions.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a preview of Azure Private Link, an option for keeping Azure service connections off the public Internet.
How much server memory is enough, and for how long? Brien works through the math as part of his ongoing hardware refresh.
Microsoft this month described benefits changes coming next year to its Software Assurance program for organizations, with a shift more toward its FastTrack program for training.
Microsoft on Monday announced it had extended Exchange Server 2010's end-of-support date by about 10 months.
Microsoft updated an August security advisory this week to urge organizations using the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol in supported Windows systems to implement some configuration changes manually.
Microsoft has evolved Flow into a very capable workflow automation platform. The catch is that if you want to use Flow to its fullest potential, you'll need to pay a little extra.
Microsoft is working with satellite partner companies to extend Azure ExpressRoute's private Internet connections to organizations with operations in isolated regions.
Microsoft released security patches for multiple vulnerabilities in Windows and various applications in its September "update Tuesday" release.
Microsoft announced on Friday that its Windows Analytics suite of Windows 10 upgrade utilities will be retiring on Jan. 31, 2020, with Desktop Analytics taking its place.