- February 27, 2008
Microsoft's Bob Muglia knows IT administrators have a lot more to worry about today than just server management.
- February 26, 2008
With Windows Server 2008 on the brink of general availability, planning tools abound. But also keep in mind installation options like Server Core.
- February 21, 2008
With Microsoft's decision to open its APIs and protocols, developers and IT managers are finally on a road to true interoperability.
- February 20, 2008
Windows mobile device management products have remote wipe, but they don't address the big gorilla.
- February 18, 2008
Users love Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server, but the application brings fresh responsibilities to IT managers accustomed to infrastructure issues.
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- February 13, 2008
Active Directory and Exchange Server administrators must learn scripting language and command prompts to keep their careers on track.
- February 11, 2008
Microsoft will reengineer System Center Service Manager after receiving complaints about its performance from participants in the initial beta trial.
- February 08, 2008
IT managers have desktop virtualization goals in mind, but they are unclear on the impact of this technology.
- February 07, 2008
Microsoft's System Center Capacity Planner 2007, a tool for infrastructure planning, was released to manufacturing this week.
- February 06, 2008
The Xenification of Citrix continues as the company rebrands Presentation Server and adds to its virtualization product quiver.
- February 05, 2008
Microsoft's revamped certification program and the debut of Windows Server 2008 go together, giving IT managers new accreditation choices.
- February 04, 2008
Two major releases from Microsoft get February off to a big start. The question is, will enterprise customers bite?
- January 29, 2008
After years of delays and numerous changes, Windows Server 2008 code will finally be completed next week.
- January 25, 2008
The next-generation database server, which will offer business intelligence and policy-based management features, will be available later than originally planned.
- January 21, 2008
As the release of Windows Server 2008 and the Hyper-V hypervisor draw nearer, Microsoft is turning up the heat on virtualization rival VMware.