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Certificate pinning helps prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. Here's how to get started, and learn about its potential drawbacks.
Certificate pinning allows admins to verify a legitimate certificate once and receive warnings if it changes.
When it comes to getting OS images ready to deploy in a Windows infrastructure, there are tools to use to get them ready.
Using a free trial of Office 365 gives you some cloud exposure and experience as well as a head start over peers.
There are three new deployment experiences admins should prepare for in the upcoming Exchange 2016 release.
Exchange Server 2016, cloud and hybrid Exchange options were highlights from Microsoft Ignite, says one MVP.
The BYOD movement marked a major transition in the enterprise. Instead of managing a fixed number of in-office desktops, IT now has to control an unending stream of endpoints while delivering the performance its mobile workforce demands.
Windows 10 is coming, but there are still tons of questions. Get the answers you want to know about new features, security, applications and more.
With Windows Apportals, IT administrators can build custom environments -- which include specific applications and data -- for groups of users, which lets users skip the Start menu and get right to the tools they need.
Containers are gaining steam in the cloud market with Docker leading the pack. To steer your application to containers, follow these five steps.
EMC just laid down some serious cash to acquire a cloud software company that has some technology overlap with VMware but also fills an important gap.
Many businesses expect cloud to be cheaper, but cost-efficiency is no guarantee. To reap cloud's financial rewards, devise a cost optimization plan.
Asante and Eversheds both cut SQL Server licensing costs using DH2i's new container management software, DxEnterprise. DH2i plans to compete with Microsoft.
A need for data warehouses designed for large-volume data loading and complex analytical workloads led to Microsoft's Analytics Platform System.
Row-level security, a new feature for Azure SQL databases, helps Microsoft database platforms get to the same level as Oracle and DB2.
Tech Data is investing in data center and professional services with its buyout of Signature Technology Group. Also this week, Xirrus relaunched the Xcellerate program; NetApp appointed a new channel chief.
MSPs struggling with sales may be tempted to launch a partner channel, but experts advise that referral networks may prove more effective.
Riverbed's channel boss told solution providers attending the company's first Riverbed partner summit to expect greater sales alignment and enablement.