Windows Server 2012
While the jury may still be out on Windows 8 in the enterprise, there are plenty of useful features in Windows Server 2012 for IT admins.
Microsoft's Edwin Yuen and Matt McSpirit Discuss Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V 3.0, Windows ODX, and SR-IOV.
Microsoft will announce later this morning that Windows Server 2012 is now generally available for purchase and download.
What do you do with a brand new Windows Server 2012 install? Let PowerShell MVP, Jeff Hicks, show you his "first five fixes" for a new Windows Server 2012 build that although you might not think of immediately, will prove to pay off down the road.
In this post, Michael Simmons provides an in-depth look at how to create a storage pool on Windows Server 2012, using both the PowerShell cmdlets and the Storage Manager GUI tools.
We look into Storage Spaces, the Windows Server 2012 storage subsystem, and delves into why it deserves a closer look.
Resilient File System (ReFS) is a new file system introduced in Windows Server 2012, which, before long, we will all be using on our boot partitions. In this post, We explain how ReFS will likely replace NTFS completely within the next versions of Windows, and why you will love this new file system.
Whether you're looking to take advantage of Dynamic Access Control, begin virtualizing your Active Directory infrastructure, or start using one of the other amazing features that Windows Server 2012 Active Directory offers, it all begins with getting a Windows Server 2012 added as a domain controller. Read on to learn how.