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Windows Server 2016

Do We Still Need GUI Management Tools in Windows Server?

Are the GUI management tools still relevant for Windows Server? Russell Smith explains how we're moving away from the traditional GUI in lieu of PowerShell.

Apr 2, 2015|Russell Smith

Office 365

Microsoft Brings MDM Capabilities to Office 365

Microsoft announced this week that all Office 365 commercial customers...

Apr 1, 2015|Paul Thurrott

Microsoft Azure

How to Create a Hybrid RemoteApp Collection

This article is a step-by-step guide on how to build a hybrid app collection in Azure RemoteApp that integrates with your existing Active Directory infrastructure.

Mar 26, 2015|Aidan Finn

Windows Server 2012

Configure Event Log Forwarding in Windows Server 2012 R2

Russell Smith shares simple steps for configuring event log forwarding in Windows Server 2012 R2.

Mar 25, 2015|Russell Smith

Cloud Computing

Microsoft Has One Brand to Rule Them All

In navigating the tricky waters of the post-PC world, Microsoft...

Mar 24, 2015|Paul Thurrott

Office 365

Lync Steps Aside for Skype for Business

Last November, Microsoft revealed that it would be rebranding the...

Mar 18, 2015|Paul Thurrott


Microsoft Pushes Forward with Business Offerings at Convergence

Microsoft announced a variety of business software and service offerings...

Mar 16, 2015|Paul Thurrott


Considering Microsoft’s Mobile Message for 2015

With Mobile World Congress coming to a close in Barcelona,...

Mar 5, 2015|Paul Thurrott

Windows Server 2016

Leaked Slides Reveal Windows Server vNext Nano Server Role

Some Microsoft PowerPoint slides leaked over the weekend reveal a new "Nano Server" role in Windows Server vNext. Editorial Director Jeff James gives us his take on the news.

Mar 2, 2015|Jeff James

Windows 10

What Would Steve Jobs Have Done With Microsoft?

In this opinion post, Petri Contributing Editor Aidan Finn wonders what Steve Jobs would have done with Microsoft.

Mar 2, 2015|Aidan Finn

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