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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 Server world, including the newest security patches as well as developments with Microsoft Azure and TechEd coverage.

Windows XP hits zombie status with patch after end-of-life

It’s coming to get you, Barbara! Microsoft included Windows XP on its list to receive an out-of-band security fix for a critical remote code execution vulnerability that hit Internet Explorer.

IT pros slow to chow down Azure feast

Although Microsoft highlighted new products and technologies at TechEd pushing its vision of cloud-based enterprises, many corporate end users said they weren’t ready to even consider a move to the cloud.

Spotlight dims on data centers with push for Azure

There appears to be a growing disconnect between Microsoft’s push for the cloud and the enterprises that want the focus to stay on the on-premises tools they need for a functional business.

IT pros get some help from new migration tools

Windows Server admins can expect some relief from frustrating migrations with new management add-ons and server app migration tools.

Patch Tuesday updates bring fixes for SharePoint, Office, IE

The latest batch of Patch Tuesday security updates includes two critical and six important updates. Both critical updates address remote code execution vulnerabilities.

What content was most helpful to you last month? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @SearchWinServer.

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