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The forthcoming version of Windows Server can be evaluated using the Boot to VHD, here's how it's set up.
One simple install of the File System Security PowerShell Module can help manage NTFS permissions for user access to folders.
With plenty of titles on the market, it's tough to whittle down a reading list. Our expert has made a list of required reading.
The Modern Authentication feature improves client security with single sign-on and multifactor authentication options.
The recent Exchange 2013 cumulative update includes improved features for Public Folders and Exchange ActiveSync.
The changes and features in the latest version of ADFS are attractive for Exchange admins looking to use it with Office 365.
With a few tweaks such as maximizing RAM, disabling visual effects and getting rid of unnecessary services, you can make Windows 10 run even faster.
Intel Core M notebooks have arrived, and their light, thin design with power efficiency might be just what some enterprises need.
BYOD is becoming increasingly more complicated as more devices enter the enterprise. Establish policies that can manage the BYOD lifecycle from start to finish.
Xen reboots through live migration and other tactics for patching the hypervisor vulnerability point to better resiliency in public cloud.
April Fools' Day is filled with pranks and practical jokes, so try your luck at this tricky cloud quiz. But read carefully, or the joke will be on you.
Azure App Service combines existing tools and adds cross-platform capabilities for streamlined mobile and Web application development.
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.
Upgrading to a SQL Server 2014 installation isn't always easy, but it has the features to make it worth your time. Here are some tips for avoiding the pitfalls along the way.
On the final day of the spring MSPWorld conference, MSPAlliance CEO Charles Weaver highlighted MSP trends that point to growth opportunities and areas that need attention.
In channel news this week, Verizon introduced the Partner Advantage Program; Microsoft added a SkyKick migration benefit to its Internal Use Rights program; and more.
This week in the channel, Nimble Storage launched a global partner program; NTT America signed with the Advantage Communications Group; and more.