We’ve got a heap of good advice straight from the trenches when it comes to the reality of migrating from Windows Server 2003, an OS which is now on death row.
Why is Dell crippling its low-end server RAID cards? We explore this question in light of the performance of an H200 PCIe offering, and also discuss how you can solve this issue.
As overused as it may be, the old mantra still holds definitively true – you're only as strong as your weakest link, and that’s certainly the case when it comes to your IT systems.
Of all the mobile platforms out there, Windows Phone 8.1 was literally the absolute last option I ever thought I would land upon. I had a burning hatred for Windows on the mobile side.
We look at the future of the IT department, and how IT staffers are in many ways killing their reputation and bringing on their own extinction.
Outlook.com custom domain support is all but dead come the end of July. We discuss whether you need to shift to a paid service, and the best of those alternatives.
We discuss the compelling case for killing off Skype in favour of Lync, and why there’s a fair chance this is what Microsoft might have in mind.
Traditional tablets are failing miserably when it comes to universities. We discuss the reasons why, and how they’re concerned with content consumption, not creation.
TechEd 2014 underlined Microsoft’s commitment to the cloud, with no less than 12 major cloud-focused announcements.
We’ve gathered our thoughts on how Microsoft could improve Office Web App, and the five main areas where this tool could use some honing.