- April 02, 2014
In our monthly feature, we bring you the most-read content from the previous month and share it with you. For March, our readers were interested in the latest Patch Tuesday updates, how Hyper-V ...
- April 01, 2014
Microsoft will lower its Azure cloud prices to match price cuts made by AWS and Google, but is it enough to attract new customers?
- March 28, 2014
When Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium rolls out next month, cloud users will have granular access controls, single sign-on and more.
- March 11, 2014
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday updates include fixes for Internet Explorer and DirectShow. Plus, Windows XP support nears its end.
- March 06, 2014
Admins will have a light number of security updates to apply for this month's Patch Tuesday. In its advance security notification, Microsoft said it will release five security updates in this ...
Sponsored by Dell EMC - Reduced costs is the No. 1 reason IT leaders are turning to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) as they strive to modernize their data centers, according to TechTarget Research. In a survey, nearly 50% of current users cited reduced cost as their top priority in deploying HCI, as did nearly 40% of prospective customers (see chart at bottom). See More
Sponsored by Rackspace - Businesses must deliver a consistent high-value experience—or risk losing customers to someone who can. And they’re turning to big data technologies to help. With big data analytics, organizations can get to know their customers better, learn their habits and anticipate their needs to deliver a better customer experience. See More
Sponsored by Dell EMC - Hyper-converged infrastructure is one of the industry’s hottest technologies, expected to grow at a staggering annual rate of 48% through 2022. One of the major reasons for this growth is the reality that HCI significantly reduces complexity for IT teams and enables organizations to use their precious IT resources more strategically. Here are the top 10 ways HCI eases the burden on IT teams. See More
Sponsored by Rackspace - The path to IT Transformation can be daunting. Say you start with a clear idea and decide to take the actionable steps recommended by the experts: Plan, Assess, Design, Migrate and Manage, and Optimize. But then, as always, reality happens. See More
- March 03, 2014
In our monthly feature, we highlight the content that's been most popular with our readers and share it with you. For February, Windows Server admins were interested in new Microsoft CEO Satya ...
- February 11, 2014
As incoming CEO Satya Nadella gets accustomed to new roles and responsibilities, there are five things he should do to make an impact.
- February 11, 2014
February's Patch Tuesday from Microsoft delivered three critical bulletins, including a 24-vulnerability Internet Explorer patch.
- February 06, 2014
Update (Feb. 10): Microsoft released two additional bulletins to be included in February's Patch Tuesday cycle. The two security updates are marked as critical and will address remote code ...
- February 04, 2014
Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella brings technical expertise to the helm, but can he provide a roadmap that offers IT pros reason for optimism rather than continued frustration?
- February 03, 2014
In our monthly feature, we round up the Windows Server content that was most popular with our readers in the previous and share it with you. For the first month of 2014, Windows Server admins were ...
- January 29, 2014
There's Windows RT for Surface tablets and other devices. How about Windows Server RT for the data center? At the Open Compute Summit in California this week, the company joined server builders HP ...
- January 28, 2014
Microsoft joined the Open Compute Project, open sourcing its data center design specifications for blade servers.
- January 24, 2014
The Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 8.1 and System Center 2012 R2 releases are responsible for the updated MCSA and MCSE cert exams.
- January 23, 2014
A CIO's role and the overall success of an enterprise's security are the two main factors that can make or break an organization.