This month’s Patch Tuesday is one of the most interesting in a while. Not just because the patches Microsoft was preparing for release today came a week early, but also because of the potential issues these patches might cause.
As Microsoft continues to evolve its business model, it is frequently compared to IBM but is that such a bad thing?
With the patching of the Meltdown vulnerability, there will be serious impacts to performance to older CPUs and thanks to Microsoft, we now have a better understanding of the implications of this security flaw.
Amazon is expanding the footprint of its cloud platform with Linux 2, an on-premises software package that can be used to build out a hybrid-IT shop but it does have one key drawback.
Aidan Finn delves into the mists of the future to discover what will work and what will not in the world of Hyper-V and the Microsoft cloud in 2018.
Aidan Finn grades his predictions on what would happen with Hyper-V and Microsoft cloud computing in the year of 2017.
Microsoft and VMware are friends again with both companies agreeing to work together to bring VMware products to Microsoft’s cloud.
Microsoft and Reddit have teamed up to make searching the site a little bit better and also adding a new tool for marketers.
Microsoft is forcing every company of every size to modernize their IT practices and while this may be a good thing for some, for others, it is creating a serious burden.
Microsoft is pushing out a new service into preview that will finally bring location-based services to the cloud platform.
VMware is upset with Microsoft over its new Azure service and will not provide support for the platform.
Microsoft is bringing more features to Azure including tech from Apache Spark to create a new Azure Databricks service.
Microsoft is expanding the footprint of Advanced Threat Protection with the ability to now monitor iOS and Android devices.