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Most IT admins use System Center to monitor Windows devices, but through scripting and management packs, it can also monitor and triage Linux servers.
While an Internet Explorer patch is the only critical one to fix a zero-day bug, server admins should focus on an ASP.NET fix.
Hyper-V underwent a number of changes in the latest iteration of Windows Server to make it a worthy hypervisor contender; take a closer look here.
When calendar invites don't appear in your view like they should, follow these steps to fix the problem.
To guarantee your mobile messaging environment is protected, be sure to meet these three areas.
To better understand tenant-to-tenant migrations after a company merger or acquisition, dig deeper into prerequisites and native tools.
Software as a service may be one reason for choosing Office 365 over Office 2013, but licensing and update frequency are other considerations.
Switching from the Windows Explorer shell to a particular app can be useful for single-purpose devices, but users can still foil Windows kiosk mode.
The number of endpoint security vulnerabilities is daunting, but endpoint admins should first focus on updating patches against Windows malware.
Rackspace rebuffed its suitors and opted to stay independent. What that means for the long-term stability of a company pushing managed cloud remains unclear.
Rackspace CTO John Engates talks Amazon, niche markets and all the reassuring the company had to do as outsiders debated the company's future.
With all the hype around hybrid cloud, many companies say they're using the model when they're really just using both public and private cloud. What makes it a true hybrid cloud?
Basit Farooq provides a step-by-step explanation for using the SQL Server Import and Export Wizard to transfer data between SQL Server databases and Microsoft Excel worksheets.
Robert Sheldon explains the new subscription model for Azure SQL Database coming out in 2015. The new model will have three service tiers -- basic, standard and premium. It will also have performance levels for each tier.
With DBAs rewarded for server performance and SAN specialists rewarded for server capacity, there can be a tug of war. Mavis Tire goes SANless with SIOS DataKeeper. SIOS Technology releases a survey about high availability and SAN.
This week, Cloud Technology Partners unwrapped the 2.5 version of PaaSLane; Avnet Technology Solutions introduced its converged infrastructure product line and expanded the availability of its Linux courses.
A CompTIA study shows managed print services providers see opportunity in the managed print services market, even as the number of printer shipments declines worldwide.
Rackspace sees growth in nontraditional partnerships, which include digital marketing agencies, private equity firms and venture capital firms.