12/1/2014

Disaster Recovery as a Service

Microsoft has made a big bet this year that DRaaS will be a killer application for its Cloud OS and Azure service. Numerous players are making similar gambits.


In-Depth

Redmond's 2014 Salary Survey: Cloud Clout

It was a breakout year for Microsoft Azure, and IT pros with skills in the company's cloud technology are the highest earners in the 19th annual Redmond Salary Survey.


Hyper-V Replica for Disaster Recovery

The replication feature Microsoft introduced in Windows Server 2012 provides business continuity. Though no substitute for failover clustering, it's an affordable option.


7 Data Recovery-as-a-Service Platforms Gaining Speed

There's no shortage of software, hardware and cloud providers adding Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) if Hyper-V Replica isn't enough for your requirements.


The Rise of Disaster Recovery as a Service

Microsoft has made a big bet this year that DRaaS will be a killer application for its Cloud OS and Azure service. Numerous players are making similar gambits.


First Look: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery

Hyper-V virtual machine protection in a private cloud or the Azure cloud is simplified with the new replication and recovery service.


Decision Maker

IT Pros Must Adapt to the Subscription Services Shift

As 2014 comes to a close and you start looking toward the coming year, what sorts of challenges can you expect your IT team to encounter?


Foley on Microsoft

5 Microsoft Changes That Mattered Most

The company's 2014 will go down as one of the busiest for the company, and these five changes will help to define the Microsoft of tomorrow.


Redmond View

The Year Microsoft Built Its New Foundation

What a difference a year has made for Microsoft.


Windows Insider

System Center Technical Preview: What's New and What's Missing

IT shops should start prepping now for what looks to be a more slimmed-down System Center.


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