Enterprise Infrastructure Management
- August 18, 2008
With its sights set on the very high end of its customer base, Microsoft adds another layer to its enterprise support program.
- August 12, 2008
Microsoft releases critical patches for Office and, in particular, PowerPoint and Excel.
- August 08, 2008
At an event for IT pros next month, Microsoft will offer best practices for supporting Exchange Server and SQL Server in a virtual world.
- July 22, 2008
The Windows Server free patch manager has packed on the features over the years and adds even more functions through its APIs.
- July 22, 2008
Though the desktop virtualization market will likely see a shake-up within the next two years, some IT managers are ready to risk the chaos.
- July 07, 2008
Microsoft adds tools and upgrade discounts to its midmarket Windows Essential Business Server. This week the server combo hits its release candidate milestone.
- July 02, 2008
Microsoft said Internet Explorer 8 will have improved security protection against phishing and unwanted attacks.
- July 01, 2008
There are perks to be had from Microsoft's new volume licensing program, but there are also some gotchas.
- June 30, 2008
IT managers generally don't think Macs integrate well with Windows machines. A vendor group hopes to change their minds.
- June 23, 2008
VDI is working out the kinks. Thin clients ease desktop management. And some say cell phones may replace fat clients.
- June 18, 2008
Is VDI just another buzzword or can it simplify, or even revolutionize, desktop management? The IT pros at BriForum this week are trying to figure it all out.
- June 16, 2008
Love it or hate it, social networking tools, mobile devices and collaboration services are coming to your enterprise.
- June 13, 2008
Protocols like RDP and ICA were not built to handle today's multimedia requirements. As desktop virtualization moves to the mainstream, this will have to change.
- June 09, 2008
IT administrators concerned about virtual desktop security can now set user access policies for XenDesktop using a security appliance.
- June 03, 2008
Microsoft's Oslo, Velocity and the Sync Framework are new platforms for Windows developers. What will they mean for IT managers?