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Single-root I/O virtualization in Windows Server 2012 R2 supports Live Migration, but is hampered by system requirement limitations.
Single root I/O virtualization is designed to improve computing efficiency by lessening the hypervisors overhead. Here's how it works with Windows Server.
Experts give insights on Microsoft Ignite, what Windows services they hope to hear about, and whether this show will live up to TechEd conference fame.
We're a small company with 200 mailboxes in on-premises Exchange 2013. What could Office 365 do that on-premises Exchange can't?
Organizations that want to preserve mailboxes in Office 365 without incurring additional costs should evaluate inactive mailboxes.
Attending the upcoming Ignite conference? One MVP explains which sessions Exchange admins should go to and what takeaways to expect.
It's OK to install desktops applications on a Windows To Go image, as long as they're small enough to fit on the USB drive and can run locally.
Windows 10 security features include hardware-based application whitelisting and facial recognition technology. What could go wrong?
Desktop management tools are the key to making sure things in your fleet are running smoothly. Systems such as Desktop Central and Client Management Suite cover the big five of desktop management.
Before deploying AWS, it's crucial to understand the public cloud provider's options for cloud storage, networking and more. Here's a closer look.
Azure Stack combines PaaS and IaaS to give Microsoft shops a streamlined way to manage and deploy legacy and cloud apps.
With criteria ranging from cost to connectivity, choosing a cloud provider can be tough. Here's how AWS, Google, Microsoft and Rackspace stack up.
Optimizing online analytical processing performance is critical. Fortunately, tools are available to help monitor and improve how OLAP cubes perform.
If SQL Server appliances are on your radar, you have options, but the price tag is high. Do your homework before buying. Here are the current offerings.
Support for early versions of SQL Server has ended. But rather than upgrade to SQL Server 2014, companies are turning to SQL Server 2012. Here is why.
EMC channel executives said the company will take steps to make EMC partners an extension of its sales force and reward them for greater commitment.
Arcserve relaunches its partner program following its spin-out from CA Technologies. Long-time Arcserve partners weigh in on the program's features and more.
This week, Ingram Micro introduced a new service for managing federal contracts; Avnet Technology Solutions signed a distribution deal with CenturyLink; and more.