Podcasts

  • Microsoft goes cloud-heavy with Windows Server 2016 features

    Microsoft wants sysadmins to get their heads in the clouds by packing support for containers and Azure services into Windows Server 2016.

  • System Center keys in on cloud management

    Microsoft's Robert Reynolds discusses the latest System Center releases and how they tie into the company's overall cloud strategy.

  • How ethical hacking fits into Windows security tests

    IT security consultant Kevin Beaver calls in to discuss why intrusion testing is a critical part of any IT security assessment – particularly for Windows environments.

  • Recapping the year in Windows, looking ahead to 2011

    Consultant and author Jonathan Hassell calls in to discuss the past year in IT and previews what's to come for Windows and other Microsoft technologies.

  • What to expect from Windows Server 2008 R2

    In this podcast, learn what's changing in the areas of Active Directory, failover clustering and more for Windows Server 2008 R2, as well as how user feedback has affected some of the other improvements made to the upcoming release.

  • 64-bit technology: What it means for your favorite apps

    Increased memory benefits and faster performance have made 64-bit all the rage. But what about its affect on applications like Exchange and SQL Server? In this podcast, systems software engineer Gary Olsen calls in to discuss what 64-bit means to applications running in Windows environments.

  • Windows Week in Review transcript: February 1, 2008

    Microsoft focuses on the launch of Windows Server 2008 and fends off rumors that Windows 7 is coming sooner rather than later.

  • Windows Week in Review transcript: January 25, 2008

    As Vista gains momentum in the market, rumors of Microsoft's next desktop OS surface. Learn about Windows 7, plus the new tool Microsoft unveiled this week at Lotusphere 2008.

  • Windows Week in Review: January 10th, 2008

    Worms and rootkits plague the present, Windows Server 2008 marks the future, and Bill Gates gets ready to become the past.

  • Why you should plan Windows network security tests

    To all you admins who have been bitten by the procrastination bug, this tipcast is for you. Listen to security expert Kevin Beaver's eight main reasons to plan out your security testing far in advance and learn why waiting until the last minute could spell disaster for your Windows network.

  • What should I be asking a security vendor?

    It's important for your Windows shop to be well-equipped with not only the best security products, but for you to also be ready to ask security vendors the right questions. Check out this podcast featuring SearchWindowsSecurity.com editor Dana Brundage as she comes to you with seven questions to ask a security vendor, written by Kevin Beaver.

  • Windows Weekly Newscast: A new IE patch and more releases from Microsoft

    SearchWinIT.com's Brendan Cournoyer recaps the most important Windows stories of the past week in the latest edition of our Windows Weekly Newscast. This week, listen to the latest on Microsoft's critical patch release for Internet Explorer, the new Vista build and what IT execs are doing to feel secure with their disaster recovery plans.

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