Articles about Windows Server
The first fruits of the Microsoft-Oracle partnership are rolling out. But don't think the rivals aren't still going to compete.
Microsoft and AT&T are working on a new service, due next year, that will connect AT&T's MPLS VPN to Windows Azure.
Microsoft is making the 'gold' Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 bits available to developers and volume licensees ahead of the October 18 general-availability date, after all.
Microsoft has RTM'd its 'Blue' version of Windows Server, a k a Windows Server 2012 R2, according to company officials.
Microsoft has re-issued one of the two updates which had to be withdrawn after last week's Patch Tuesday. The other remains withdrawn.
MS13-061, released on Tuesday to address 3 vulnerabilities in an Oracle component in Exchange Server, causes data to be inaccessible in Exchange Server 2013. Microsoft has pulled the update and released guidance for how to work around the problems it causes.
Microsoft is making the Windows sausage differently these days. And that impacts everything from how products are tested, to how they're launched and updated.
Microsoft may be readying one or more versions of its Cloud OS tailored specifically for government customers.
Microsoft's highest end Windows Server SKU is going to get a lot more expensive with the coming Windows Server 2012 R2 release.
Microsoft's high-performance computing team is now the 'Big Compute' team. Expect more Windows Azure deliverables from them in the future.
Microsoft is beefing up its Linux guest support in the coming Windows Server 2012 R2, a k a Windows Server "Blue" release.
Twenty years ago, Microsoft launched Windows NT. Rather than being relegated to the dust heap, NT still plays a role in many of Microsoft's current and future operating systems.
Microsoft has made available for download the second service packs for Office 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010.
Microsoft quietly adjusted its licensing terms so that hosters and enterprise customers can now use RDS on Windows Azure VMs. Here's what this means.
Microsoft is calling its fiscal 2014 its biggest year of innovation ever. Here's the slide that shows why.