Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10, is now running on more than 50 million corporate machines and is continuing to gain more traction in this segment.
Learn what a PowerShell provider does and how it allows a common set of cmdlets to interact with differently-structured data stores.
Aidan Finn explains what Shared Virtual Hard Disk Sets are and why to use them to create shared virtual storage on Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V.
Because it’s my 27th anniversary, this edition of Short Takes looks at WannaCry’s sad final statistic, the Windows 10 Creators Update rollout, the new Surface Pro, Andy Rubin, and much more.
While other commercial products may be more robust, there are a few different ways Desired State Configuration can be used for software deployment.
Aidan Finn explains how storage resiliency decreases downtime to virtual machines that are running on Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V.
The next revolution in computing is around the corner and for Microsoft, if they miss this opportunity it stands to destabilize the entire company.
Microsoft is very keen that Office 365 tenants should move away from email distribution groups to embrace the world of Office 365 Groups. There is lots to like about Groups, but I have some doubts about the way Microsoft is cajoling people to move.
Microsoft finally launched an updated interface for managing Azure Active Directory in the Azure Portal, which makes it available for administrators of all Microsoft enterprise cloud services.
Learn about using Active Directory Searcher in this series.
Microsoft has announced a new Surface Pro that is an iterative update but also packs a few key new features like an improved hinge, pen, and silicon.
Russell Smith outlines two new features of Azure Active Directory Connect, Seamless Single Sign-On and Pass-Through Authentication.
Microsoft is obviously putting a lot of effort into improving the functionality available in the OWA and Outlook clients, but only for Office 365 users. It’s now got to the point where on-premises customers must be wondering where their next update will arrive. The answer may be “Never”.