- July 05, 2012
Microsoft detailed its Windows Server 2012 licensing information and reduced the number of editions to four from seven. The changes mean a cost increase for some IT shops.
- June 28, 2012
Windows admins aren’t happy about the surprise Skype update in WSUS, new RemoteFX requirements or Microsoft’s latest licensing changes – and had plenty to say about it this week.
- June 21, 2012
With a bevy of announcements this week, Microsoft asserted its position in the market – but at what cost to partners and customers?
- June 14, 2012
With heightened concerns about the Flame malware, Microsoft released fixes for Windows Update and WSUS ahead of Patch Tuesday.
- June 13, 2012
The chatter at Microsoft's annual technical event came from all angles. Here are some of the gems from onstage, in the crowd and online.
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- June 06, 2012
With a number of Windows announcements to chew on, industry experts' mouths were full of strong statements. Here are some of our favorites.
- May 31, 2012
Federal IT just got another reason to consider cloud services as Microsoft delivered Office 365 for Government. But is it compelling enough to migrate?
- May 30, 2012
Think a change will do you good? Tell that to an IT pro who's just completed an upgrade. This week, Microsoft watchers had much to say about what's to come.
- May 23, 2012
This week's candid quotes say a lot about the past, present and future of Windows, and what each will cost you.
- May 16, 2012
Windows is dead. Long live Windows! This week, industry experts grappled with the future of Microsoft's venerable operating system, one quote at a time.
- May 09, 2012
Find out why Microsoft had some questioning its mental health and what mosquitos have to do with the ongoing malware fight.
- May 08, 2012
Microsoft addressed 23 vulnerabilities as part of its May Patch Tuesday update, addressing flaws in Windows and Office.
- May 02, 2012
In this new feature, we examine Windows quotes and tell the stories behind the sound bites. First up: Why you need to rethink Active Directory domain joins.
- April 27, 2012
Corporate and third party developers like the additions to Microsoft’s Server Message Block 3.0 protocol, but most will hold off development until Windows Server 2012 arrives.
- April 17, 2012
IT pros learned about Microsoft System Center 2012 management suite at MMS this week. But will they take action on a private cloud deployment?