Articles about Windows Server
Microsoft joins a push towards ARM servers that have been building up for years.
Microsoft and IBM have forged a new alliance bringing more of IBM's enterprise software and services to Azure, and Microsoft's enterprise software to IBM's cloud platforms.
Microsoft has made available for download several new Windows 10 features to those running the Windows 10 Technical preview release.
In partnership with Dell, Microsoft is launching its Azure cloud in a box offering, codenamed 'San Diego.'
Microsoft is building new container technologies into the next Windows Server release, enabling Dockerized applications to run on Windows Server on-premises or on Azure.
Windows and Linux are operating systems with many similarities and differences. Learn some tips to help cross the bridge between the two in the conclusion of a multi-part series.
Microsoft is making technical previews of the next version of Windows Server Standard, Hyper-V and Datacenter available to testers for early evaluation.
Call it 'Threshold' no more. The next and last major version of Microsoft's Windows client operating system will be called Windows 10 when it is released next year.
Microsoft will show off some of the enterprise-focused Windows Threshold features at an invitation-only event in San Francisco on September 30.
Microsoft's next major Windows release is rumored to have some connection to a 'Windows as a Service' concept. But WaaS may not be what many think.
Collaboration between Canonical and Microsoft has certified plugins that let Windows Server run as a guest operating system on Ubuntu and OpenStack.
Business customers running Microsoft's Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 need to move to Windows 8.1 Update and Windows Server 2012 R2 Update by August 12 to continue to receive patches and fixes.
Here's what to expect, feature-wise, when Microsoft rolls out its second update for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 on August 12, according to the company.
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 Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie is putting his own stamp on his internal organization with a quick reorg.