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Even Microsoft recognizes it's no longer just a Windows world. Here's what Windows administrators can do to pick up Linux management and monitoring.
Windows Server 2016 Network Controller serves up advanced SDN features that give admins more control over virtual and physical network components. But nothing in life is free.
Azure Resource Manager aims to streamline cloud application deployment and management. But do admins have to jump through hoops to use this feature?
Did malware slip through the Exchange Server perimeter? Don't panic. Use these PowerShell commands to respond quickly and minimize the damage.
Email attacks are getting more intricate, forcing Microsoft to reinforce its security services to protect end users. How well do you know the Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection features?
Many businesses switch from distribution groups to Office 365 Groups to benefit from its advanced features. Converting from one service to another, however, is a tricky process.
Microsoft's data collection practices in Windows 10 have been under scrutiny since the company released the OS. The Windows 10 keylogger doesn't do much to quell privacy fears.
IT pros need more visibility into what users are doing, and Citrix's new analytics service aims to provide just that.
The new Citrix Workspace will give users access to apps -- and let IT enforce policies -- based on their device type, network, location and other factors.
Google's new IoT service plays catch up with AWS, Azure and others, but its analytics prowess could help close the gap in a nascent market.
In hybrid cloud computing, where you store data has a major impact on overall performance. Learn how SaaS can solve hybrid cloud data management and latency issues.
OpenStack security groups allow admins to control traffic into cloud computing instances. But is it possible to change the rules within a default group?
As many in IT have learned the hard way, building software containers for systems like SQL Server can be tough. That's where Dockerfiles come in to help automate the process.
What does the R analytics language offer to users, and how does it fit into SQL Server 2016 and 2017? Get answers to those questions and details on Microsoft's various R technologies.
There are bits of DocumentDB at the foundation of Microsoft's Azure Cosmos DB, a multimodel database that supports multiple modes of data processing.
Cybersecurity services providers believe the recent WannaCry ransomware outbreak could be just the dress rehearsal for bigger attacks; more news from the week.
Channel companies fail to retain many of their enterprise customer accounts when contracts are up for renegotiation, according to an ISG report.
ConvergeOne, a communications service provider, is working on a project in the education vertical that could help a school district recover $30 million in state aid.