This month the Windows 10 April 2018 Update finally drops, although some Intel SSDs don’t seem to be happy about it, and a zero-day vulnerability is being exploited in the wild.
Microsoft is announcing a new feature for SharePoint today called Spaces that will bring Mixed Reality to the collaboration platform.
SharePoint Server 2019 will enter public preview in June of 2018 but its final release date isn’t know yet, but I have an educated guess.
Because I’m so tired my eyes hurt, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Surface Hub 2, a rumored $400 Surface tablet, the unbearable shyness of a young Bill Gates, and so much more.
Google recently announced that the beta of its Cloud Memorystore service is now available to the general public.
Google recently announced Asylo, the firm’s newest open-source framework for securing and protecting applications and data that are contained within a trusted execution environment.
Outlook.com (premium) now boasts two new protected email features taken directly from Exchange Online. It’s an example of how the shared Office 365 infrastructure enables Microsoft to make functionality available to users of its consumer and enterprise platforms as they want. OneDrive Restore is another example. In both cases, the features aren’t available to free seats.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, we sit down with Matt Chesterton to talk about backup data trends and solutions that you may not know about.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, there are more than three cloud vendors in the world and Green Cloud is growing and should be on short list for cloud services.
In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll look at how you can use the Reliability Monitor in Windows 10 to solve problems.
On this episode of Enterprise Dish, Rick and Brad are in Chicago at VeeamOn where we are diving in deep to the future of backup technology.
This week, Petri is at VeeamOn in Chicago and while at the show, we are talking with companies throughout the enterprise industry about how their software and services can help you secure, backup, and make sure that your environment is always available.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, we sit down with industry veteran Dave Russell about how tape is still relevant and it’s not all that different than the cloud.