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  • February 05, 2015 05 Feb'15

    Get your Windows Server 2003 migration underway -- or pay

    Windows Server 2003 migrations are not for rookie IT admins, but the cost of delaying a move is even more overwhelming.

  • February 02, 2015 02 Feb'15

    Next version of Windows Server due out in 2016

    Microsoft last week disclosed its new roadmap for the next version of Windows Server. With this release, Microsoft will buck the trend of releasing both the server and client versions of the latest ...

  • February 02, 2015 02 Feb'15

    The top Windows Server content of January 2015

    In our monthly feature, we look at the most popular content on SearchWindowsServer.com. Microsoft started off 2015 with a new notification process for Patch Tuesday, as well as plans to lure ...

  • January 15, 2015 15 Jan'15

    Can SharePoint keep up with collaboration competition?

    Collaboration tools like Dropbox and Google Drive are taking SharePoint's share of the market, but what can Microsoft do to bolster functionality?

  • January 14, 2015 14 Jan'15

    Microsoft patches one critical flaw, rolls out new notification process

    January saw a light Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft's move to discontinue its advance notification service has rankled security researchers.

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  • January 09, 2015 09 Jan'15

    Internal memo reveals plans to spur Windows app development

    Trying to catch up with archrivals Apple and Android, Microsoft launches an initiative to lure new developers for its Windows, cloud and mobile platforms.

  • January 05, 2015 05 Jan'15

    December in review: the top Windows Server content

    For our monthly feature, we take a look at the content most popular with our readers and round it up to share with you. To close out 2014, Windows Server admins wanted to be updated on the latest ...

  • December 30, 2014 30 Dec'14

    The top five Windows Server news stories of the year

    A busy year of Microsoft news meant that our readers clicked on stories about Microsoft's new CEO, a surprise Windows XP patch and a preview of the new version of Window Server.

  • December 15, 2014 15 Dec'14

    Windows Server cloud support unlikely bedfellow for Google

    Google's support of Windows Server mutually benefits both companies' platforms, but it may not be enough for a Microsoft shop.

  • December 10, 2014 10 Dec'14

    Google Compute Engine adds Windows, Exchange support

    Google Compute Engine adds Windows support -- another sign of the platform's growing maturity and one fewer reason for enterprises to say no.

  • December 09, 2014 09 Dec'14

    Last Patch Tuesday of 2014 brings fixes for IE, Office

    Microsoft's last set of security fixes for the year brought critical fixes for Microsoft Office, VBScript and Internet Explorer.

  • December 04, 2014 04 Dec'14

    Critical updates for Windows, Office, IE in December Patch Tuesday

    After November's monstrous Patch Tuesday cycle, Microsoft's holiday gift to admins will be fewer updates to implement this time around. In its advance security notification, Microsoft provided ...

  • November 18, 2014 18 Nov'14

    Microsoft to roll out delayed security update

    Microsoft will deliver an out-of-band security update today after the update was held back from last week's Patch Tuesday cycle. In its advance security notification for update MS14-068, the update ...

  • November 11, 2014 11 Nov'14

    Microsoft delivers hefty batch of patches

    Microsoft patched two zero-day vulnerabilities in the year's largest Patch Tuesday update, but it delayed an Exchange update.

  • November 06, 2014 06 Nov'14

    Substantial updates coming for November Patch Tuesday

    Microsoft has released its loftiest batch of bulletins in over three years for November's upcoming Patch Tuesday.

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