Because it’s December all of a sudden and what the heck, this edition of Short Takes focuses Microsoft’s LinkedIn acquisition, Windows 10 usage, faux outrage at the Microsoft shareholder meeting, and more.
Microsoft announced that Azure Backup Server (MABS) added support for ESXi 5.5 and 6.0 (with or without vCenter) with the recently released Update 1 for Azure Backup Server. Find out what this means for VMware users.
Walk through the troubleshooting steps for when you are unable to log into a Windows virtual machine (VM) in Azure via a remote desktop connection (aka RDP).
Take a look at Microsoft’s newest contribution to the Open Compute Project (OCP), which gives us a peek behind the curtain and suggests what the next generation of Azure hosts will look like.
Microsoft and HPE have announced that they are expanding their partnership to help train and advance the deployment of Azure Stack.
Microsoft’s cloud backup solution, Azure Backup, has added new protections to defend your data against deliberate attacks. Find out what this means for you.
Microsoft has announced sizing and pricing details for a successor to the Azure A-Series virtual machines, aimed at common/simple workloads that do not require much horsepower.
Microsoft has a new series of virtual machines called the N-series and they will be generally available starting on December 1st; these new virtual machines are based on NVIDIA GPUs.
Facing resistance to its largest-ever corporate acquisition, Microsoft has offered concessions to the EU’s antitrust agency.
This week, Microsoft announced a partnership with OpenAI, the nonprofit research organization co-founded by futurist Elon Musk. The goal? Nothing less than the democratization of AI.
Amazon is announcing a further reduction in pricing for their EC2 platform and if history is any judge of what will happen next, expect Microsoft to follow close behind with price cuts.
Because Amsterdam may be the most wonderful place on earth, this edition of Short Takes focuses on tech industry fears of Trump presidency, LinkedIn still banned in Russia, Xbox One still number one in the US, and much more.
Azure DNS does give you is the ability to use Microsoft’s infrastructure for resolving name queries for your domain’s zones. Learn more about this new feature.