- February 18, 2008
Users love Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server, but the application brings fresh responsibilities to IT managers accustomed to infrastructure issues.
- 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.
Sponsored by Rackspace - In today’s complex business landscape, it’s no longer enough for IT departments just to maintain control or react to changes in their technology environments. Instead, modern IT is expected to transform and differentiate the business by getting in front of dynamic requirements and proactively implementing technologies that deliver services that support fluid business needs See More
Sponsored by Dell - Many companies today are considering a move to the cloud. Organizations may believe that a hosted service, such as Office 365, will be easier and or cheaper to maintain than on-prem email. Also, Microsoft and other industry leaders may have influenced a move. Whatever the reason, moving to the cloud isn’t as easy as it appears and results are often mixed if you haven’t adequately prepared your Active Directory. See More
Sponsored by Juniper - Network architects have more choices than ever when it comes to data center switches. From emerging categories such as white box switches to new powerful cloud spine switches built on custom chip sets, networks can now be designed with maximum flexibility to address a diverse range of price/performance requirements. See More
Sponsored by NetApp - Enterprise storage systems have evolved through four distinct stages. First, there were monolithic storage arrays. These gave way to modular SAN/NAS systems and distributed storage networks. Next, advanced software techniques led to storage virtualization, with storage volumes abstracted from the underlying physical devices. Finally, in the current era, cloud storage services have emerged that combine virtualization with unprecedented economies of scale. See More
- 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
Editors in TechTarget's Windows Media Group have pulled together a showcase of new products to help orient Windows professionals who have little time to search on their own.
- 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.
- January 21, 2008
Microsoft scales Exchange migration tools for IT shops with the stomach to run large messaging systems side by side.
- January 15, 2008
Microsoft Sysinternals' PsTools suite is a treasure trove of free Windows NT and Windows 2000 command-line tools that remotely diagnose system ills.
- January 12, 2008
Microsoft MVP Brian Desmond gives administrators some tips for working with the next generation of Windows Server and Active Directory. Check out his insights on a new format for automating installs and more.