Articles about Windows Server
Microsoft is planning to try again to deliver preconfigured racks of servers to enterprise users and partners in the hope of convincing them to start moving toward the cloud.
Microsoft has released a first preview of its its 'Visual Studio 14' development environment, which the company is planning to roll out in calendar 2015.
Microsoft Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie is putting his own stamp on his internal organization with a quick reorg.
Microsoft is reworking its remote-app story with its new Azure Remote App service, available as a free public preview.
Microsoft is giving consumers running Windows 8.1 an extra 30 days to install Windows 8.1 Update.
Windows and Linux are operating systems with many similarities and differences. Learn some tips to help cross the bridge between the two in the first of a multi-part series.
Bloomberg recently posted highlight videos of the talk given by former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at Oxford in March. He counted that Microsoft had accomplished two and a half "tricks," meaning significant innovations. Apple had two of them. Ballmer's math just doesn't add up.
Need screaming-fast Windows server performance? A new, integrated all-flash array with Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 integrated on board promises just that. Here's what you need to know.
Have you made any advancements toward moving to Windows Server 2012 and Powershell 4.0? If not, I have a shortcut for you: CBT Nuggets classes taught by Don Jones.
Microsoft will rebrand its cloud platform from 'Windows Azure' to 'Microsoft Azure' as part of the company's push to emphasize its cross-platform services prowess.
There's a new Microsoft Q&A that aims to provide answers to some of the most common questions around Microsoft's client-access licenses.
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1 is done and heading towards general availability in April, according to various sources.
In the battle of the cloud giants, Microsoft's Azure is matching Amazon, at least on its own turf: Windows hosting.
Starting March 12, Microsoft will begin charging customers for Oracle software running on Windows Azure. Here's how the pricing and licensing will work.
If you've ever worked in corporate IT, you know that nothing happens very fast. That's why you need to get started now in moving away from Windows Server 2003. It officially dies July 14, 2015.