Brad has nearly a decade of writing and publishing experience under his belt. From breaking news about Microsoft to pushing publications to new heights, he has significant experience as a journalist as well as growing web-based brands. Brad brings to Petri a profound background in all things Microsoft and has been cited by numerous publications for cracking open the Redmond nut and exposing the internal workings of the company. Brad earned his M.B.A from the Lindner School of Business and resides in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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This fall, Microsoft will be releasing a new update for Windows 10 and with it will comes several new security features that the company hopes will entice users to upgrade from Windows 7 or move from E3 to E5.
Microsoft has officially opened the door to new variants for the Windows Linux Subsystem with SUSE now offering two apps in the Windows Store.
In the next release of Windows 10, Microsoft will be removing SMB1 by default from the OS for clean installs.
Microsoft has announced that its corporate video sharing platform called Stream is now generally available.
Microsoft is making big changes to the way it services Windows Server including a new servicing branch and shipping two feature updates per year.
Microsoft has defined a new direction for Nano Server while also expanding the role for Server Core; the company is removing features from Nano Server.
Microsoft is enabling new support for Linux technology on Windows Server including Bash support and native Linux containers.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro is all about refinement and improves on many key areas over the previous generation device but it is not perfect.
Microsoft is releasing another patch for Windows XP today which raises the question of why pay for extended support and is the OS truly dead?
Microsoft has announced that PowerBI Premium has reached general availability and will start at $625 a month.
Microsoft is working on a new security feature for Windows 10 called Exploit Guard that will allow admins to block users and applications from accessing dangerous domains.
Microsoft has announced that they will be closing Docs.com; an online service used to share Office content and track its performance.
Microsoft is acquiring Hexadite and will integrate the company’s technology into Windows Advanced Threat Protection.