• July 08, 2014 08 Jul'14

    Internet Explorer, Windows Server Service Bus receive patches

    In July's Patch Tuesday update, Microsoft issued critical fixes for Internet Explorer and a lesser-known Windows program.

  • July 03, 2014 03 Jul'14

    Critical fixes for Windows, IE coming in July Patch Tuesday

    Admins can expect to see some familiar security updates in the latest Patch Tuesday, but they can also expect to see a rare update. In its advance security notification, Microsoft said there will ...

  • July 03, 2014 03 Jul'14

    Two new SCCM add-ons for advanced IT management

    Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager tools fit the bill for small shops, but enterprises may have to spring for third-party SCCM add-ons.

  • July 01, 2014 01 Jul'14

    Microsoft backtracks, resumes security emails beginning July 3

    That suspension didn't last long. Microsoft is going to continue sending security updates via email after reviewing its processes. Late last week, the company said it would stop sending emails to ...

  • June 27, 2014 27 Jun'14

    Microsoft suspends security email notifications to comply with Canadian antispam law

    There's one place you won't be finding out about advance security notifications from Microsoft anymore.

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  • June 24, 2014 24 Jun'14

    Why breaking up with Windows Server 2003 is hard to do

    With end of life looming for Windows Server 2003, more users are migrating to Windows Server 2012. But for some it is taking longer than expected.

  • June 10, 2014 10 Jun'14

    Microsoft issues critical fixes for Internet Explorer, graphics

    Microsoft's June Patch Tuesday contains for a large number of vulnerabilities within Internet Explorer. Plus, the company issued fixes for Word 2007.

  • June 05, 2014 05 Jun'14

    Critical fixes for IE, Lync, Office and Windows in June Patch Tuesday

    The latest round of Patch Tuesday updates will include some familiar fixes, but it also includes some fixes admins don't often see. In its latest advance security notification, Microsoft said the ...

  • June 02, 2014 02 Jun'14

    May in review: the most-read Windows Server news

    Our feature recaps the most popular content on the site in the previous month and shares it with you. For May, admins were interested in learning more about the latest happenings in the Windows ...

  • May 09, 2014 09 May'14

    Server app migration tool soothes IT pro headaches

    IT pros will get some new server app migration and SCCM add-on modules in the coming months as vendors ramp up their offerings.

  • May 08, 2014 08 May'14

    Critical fixes for IE, Windows in May Patch Tuesday updates

    If admins were planning on a light month of security updates from Microsoft, they'll have to plan on spending more time to implement them. In its advance security notification, Microsoft said it ...

  • May 01, 2014 01 May'14

    Windows XP becomes a zombie, receives patch after end-of-life

    Administrators stuck on Windows XP, which hit end-of-life in April, were granted a small reprieve when Microsoft released a patch for an IE bug.

  • May 01, 2014 01 May'14

    April in review: the top Windows Server content

    In our monthly feature, we round up the most popular content on our site and share it with you. For April, our readers were most interested in the latest Patch Tuesday updates, changes to Azure ...

  • April 16, 2014 16 Apr'14

    IT pros granted Windows 8.1 Update deployment reprieve

    IT pros can now install the Windows 8.1 Update but are not forced to do so before next month's Patch Tuesday. In a blog post issued by Microsoft, the company said it extended the time frame for IT ...

  • April 09, 2014 09 Apr'14

    Distributing Windows 8.1 update with WSUS? Not so fast

    Enterprises excited to get their hands on the latest Windows 8.1 improvements  -- including features focused on easing keyboard-and-mouse usage -- might have to wait a bit longer. Microsoft pulled ...