From Big Data clusters to faster database recovery, here are the biggest changes Microsoft has made to its new flagship database server.
Microsoft is planning a "general availability" release of PowerShell 7 for production environments sometime in January.
Backups are the only guaranteed way to save your data after a ransomware attack. Here's how to make sure your backup strategy has ransomware mitigation built right in.
Does the rise of the public cloud mean the end of the enterprise datacenter? That's an oversimplification of a complex issue, according to one CEO whose company specializes in hyperscale, modular datacenters.
Microsoft is offering one year of free support under its Extended Security Updates program to Windows 7 users if their organizations have E5 licensing.
Microsoft has clarified the more confusing elements of SQL Server licensing and extended major benefits to customers. The catch is that Software Assurance is required to take advantage of them.
And now for something (almost) completely different, Brien sees how well a HoloLens-like headset weathers the unique conditions of a zero gravity flight.
Microsoft on Thursday described its research on the so-called "BlueKeep" Remote Desktop Services vulnerability in older Windows systems, finding signs that it's being used to install coin miners.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it has started shipping HoloLens 2, its mixed reality headset.
Microsoft's new Project Cortex knowledge network for Microsoft 365 users, introduced by CEO Satya Nadella at the Ignite event, is powered by SharePoint and other technologies.
Microsoft on Monday announced a bunch or Azure Active Directory enhancements as part of its Ignite event happenings.
Microsoft on Tuesday released more information about Azure Arc, the hybrid cloud and infrastructure toolkit it announced during the opening keynote of its Ignite 2019 conference in Orlando, Fla.
Enterprise data storage provider NetApp is extending its Data Fabric strategy with a new consumption-based, pay-as-you-go data management offering for workloads in the cloud, co-located or on-premises.
As part of Ignite, Microsoft announced a rebranding for its main client management tools, Linux support on the Windows Virtual Desktop service and other bits likely of interest to IT pros.
In many ways, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivered a very typical Ignite opening keynote -- with a few notable exceptions.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella described the new boundaries Microsoft is breaking in its Azure cloud.
Microsoft announced on Oct. 30 that it expanded SQL Server passive use rights for organizations licensing SQL Server with Software Assurance (SA) coverage.
Microsoft has somewhat altered its plans to permit end users to buy Power Platform products outside of IT controls, according to a Thursday update to its self-service purchase FAQ.
Microsoft is replacing its TechNet and MSDN forums with a new site, called "Microsoft Q&A," with completion planned for "mid-2020."
The Microsoft Teams collaboration application for Office 365 subscribers is starting to get more file access and sharing capabilities derived from SharePoint Online, Microsoft announced on Wednesday.
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