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  • October 03, 2012 03 Oct'12

    On-premises Hadoop for Windows Server resurfaces

    After ten months of silence, the public finally has a glimpse of what Microsoft has been up to with Hadoop. Hadoop for Windows Server is in the private preview stage, Mary Jo Foley reported. It ...

  • October 03, 2012 03 Oct'12

    September in review: top news, reviews and tips

    In our new feature, we'll round up the most popular content of the previous month and share it with you. For September, our most popular pieces had to do with (surprise!) the Sept. 4 general ...

  • September 28, 2012 28 Sep'12

    Windows Server 2008 support extension gives IT time to catch up

    In recognition that server upgrades can be glacially slow, Microsoft extended Windows Server 2008 support as it rolls out the OS' heir apparent.

  • September 24, 2012 24 Sep'12

    Windows Server 2008 gets extended mainstream support deadline

    We’ve heard it from plenty of IT pros in the last year: they like what they see in Windows Server 2012, but they’re just not ready to jump ship. If they needed another reason to stay within the ...

  • September 18, 2012 18 Sep'12

    System Center 2012 SP1 eventually lets IT manage Windows Server 2012

    IT pros itching to manage Windows Server 2012 with System Center 2012 can see the light at the end of the tunnel, but will still have to wait a bit.

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  • September 17, 2012 17 Sep'12

    Rounding up Windows Server 2012 partner announcements

    Since the general availability of Windows Server 2012, companies have revealed new products that will run with the support of this Windows Server version and its cloud capabilities. We compiled a ...

  • September 12, 2012 12 Sep'12

    Microsoft details SCCM SP1, new Intune version, September patches

    System Center Configuration Manager 2007 receives a patch, plus Microsoft delivered a beta version of a service pack for the 2012 edition of the product.

  • September 10, 2012 10 Sep'12

    Microsoft divulges UE-V, details support for Windows Server 2012

    User Experience-Virtualization will hit general availability in the fourth quarter when Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2012 ships, Microsoft said last week. According to a blog post by Karri ...

  • September 06, 2012 06 Sep'12

    Light Patch Tuesday expected, addresses System Center and developer tools

    September will be a light month for Patch Tuesdays with a mere two bulletins and nothing ranked at a "critical" level, according to an advance security bulletin Microsoft released Thursday. The ...

  • August 31, 2012 31 Aug'12

    Windows Server 2012 upgrades may impact x86 server market

    Server sales have been down in recent months but the new Windows Server launch may restart x86 server hardware purchases -- as soon as IT gets done testing it.

  • August 23, 2012 23 Aug'12

    Microsoft refreshes logo in time for Windows Server 2012

    Not satisfied with releasing 2012 editions of Windows Server and desktop Windows to manufacturing, Microsoft has revamped its logo for the first time in 25 years. In a post on Microsoft's corporate ...

  • August 17, 2012 17 Aug'12

    After Windows Server 2012 RTMs, an organizational shift

    Microsoft reorganized the Server and Tools unit of the company this week, after completing the final code of that unit’s marquee products earlier this month. The changes, first reported by Mary Jo ...

  • August 15, 2012 15 Aug'12

    Nine Microsoft patch bulletins issued, contains fixes for IE and Exchange

    Microsoft patches addressed vulnerabilities across its Internet Explorer, Exchange and Office applications this Patch Tuesday.

  • August 01, 2012 01 Aug'12

    Windows Server 2012 hits RTM milestone, general availability September 4

    Microsoft said Wednesday Windows Server 2012 has hit the release-to-manufacturing stage of development and that it will be generally available on September 4. All code is complete and being ...

  • July 12, 2012 12 Jul'12

    Microsoft makes a huge pitch to its partners, boasts of 'epic' year

    Windows news made big headlines this week, but the most significant story had to do with downsizing.

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