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The domain join process typically works without issue. But when a device can't connect to Active Directory, the administrator must seek the culprit from the usual suspects.
Any business can experience data failure. What matters most is how you prepare for a quick recovery. Azure Site Recovery uses the Microsoft cloud when your data center goes dark.
A month after Microsoft issued updates to protect unsupported Windows systems from the WannaCry ransomware, the company repeats the act to protect these systems from a new threat.
No matter your organization's size, it's helpful to have users handle some functions typically reserved for IT. But limit access to elevated access to reduce security risks.
Exchange administrators dread a slow, complicated move to Office 365. The Express Migration option simplifies the shift with a single dashboard.
Attackers work day and night thinking up new ways to bypass IT security. Educate users on ways to avoid email phishing attacks so you can rest easy.
It might be effective, but Windows Firewall is not the be-all and end-all of security. In some cases, third-party firewalls add the extra layer of protection IT needs.
When users run into Windows 10 update problems, admins must identify the causes, which can include connectivity disruptions and mishaps with the System Reserved partition.
IT faces a tricky situation when it comes to multifactor authentication. Users often disapprove of multiple security layers, but there are some ways to split the difference.
While a VPN is useful for multicloud networks, IT teams still need to be careful to avoid high traffic charges, as applications move from one provider to another.
Admins need monitoring tools to keep their fingers on the pulse of a public cloud deployment. Learn how Google Stackdriver stacks up to other tools and how it can apply to AWS as well.
Public cloud management tools have come a long way, but cost containment and governance will be the next big hurdles for cloud admins to jump.
Do you know everything you need to take advantage of SQL Server 2017's support of Python?
Should you use Server + CAL licensing for SQL Server 2016 or does Per Core licensing offer more bang for your buck? Read our primer and take this quiz to see if you'd choose right.
Establishing SQL Server performance baselines is a crucial first step for cloud migrations, says a University of Notre Dame DBA, who is using database monitoring software to do so.
Demisto, a vendor in the security automation and orchestration space, has unveiled a channel program as it sets its sights on large enterprise customers; other news from the week.
Channel executives said Cisco's new campus networking approach offers software-defined networking, management and security capabilities, but will face a customer adoption test.
Despite high demand, channel businesses have largely avoided developing a focus around security services. Learn how companies can do more.