Each month our team of expert editors addresses the changing role of IT by helping savvy technology professionals navigate both the technical and cultural challenges wrought by vendor-hype, user-demands, and technology requirements.DOWNLOAD THIS MONTH’S E-ZINE ISSUE NOW!
There are several flaws in IIS that can jeopardize the security of Windows servers. Here are some of the top threats and how to solve them.
With DH2i's release of DxEnterprise, IT pros can manage enterprise deployments of Windows Server containers.
The preview of Windows Server contains new storage replication features, but it's not enabled by default. Here's how to get started.
Recent reports about Hillary Clinton's personal email use for government work has ignited a discussion among IT pros.
Before putting Azure's write-back feature in production, learn the best ways to configure it and how to address any reset problems that arise.
There are six questions admins must ask hosted Exchange vendors to ensure security is as much a priority to them as it is to your enterprise.
An .xpx file can cause problems for Office 2002 SP3 users, but Microsoft does provide help in Windows 7 and with a free XPS viewer.
Mobile device management, mobile application management and mobile information management form a security trio that protect data in the age of BYOD.
Desktop patch management is subject to its share of myths. Our expert penetrates the fog around waiting on software patching and Windows XP security.
Linux containers are nothing new. But with the rise of Docker, Red Hat Atomic Host is being rolled out as an OS focusing on security and the surrounding infrastructure.
Open source cloud allows enterprises to dodge software payments and vendor lock-in. But some organizations are better off walking away.
A cloud services broker role can be filled by a third party, a cloud provider or even in-house IT. So which is the best option for my business?
Kroll Ontrack's new SQL Server database recovery tool was developed from customer feedback. It recovers selected tables instead of the whole database.
Direct-sales food distributor Epicure deployed a new server cluster to keep its websites from being overwhelmed -- and saved money on SQL Server and storage in the process.
Basit Farooq explains the pros and cons of scaling out and scaling up when increasing the workload on the SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).
This week, CompTIA updated its Networking+ exam to cover technology areas such as cloud, mobility and virtualization; Tech Data launched a Mobility Solutions and Retail division; and more.
The managed services business model has been around for years. So why can't some IT services firms break their reliance on break/fix work?
Hiring best practices might be your best weapon to gain ground in today's war for IT talent. Tech recruiters provide sage advice for boosting hiring strategies.