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There's no point in deploying virtual desktops that perform poorly. Luckily, there are several ways to help guarantee a strong user experience.
Citrix HDX is a group of remote display technologies, rather than a single protocol, and IT can get a better handle on its XenApp and XenDesktop deployments by taking a look under the hood.
Raspberry Pis are one of the lowest-cost computing options out there, so it's only natural for IT to wonder whether they're suitable as thin clients for some enterprise use cases.
Windows PowerShell functions support parameters that can prevent scripts from being run accidentally and simulate the outcome of the function.
The Security Configuration Wizard can help organizations secure servers, but admins should be cautious when converting security policies into group policy objects.
After Windows Server Core failed to catch on, Microsoft may convince administrators with its next attempt for a more VM- and cloud-friendly Windows Server deployment.
SharePoint can improve the efficiency of your business, but is your implementation providing a positive ROI? Usage reporting can help you find out by tracking who is using SharePoint, how they are using it and why.
Justify the time and expense of creating a governance document by showing what SharePoint has accomplished in your organization.
How does Microsoft's SharePoint rate as a primary enterprise content management system? It's got the features if you are willing and able to build it carefully.
Exchange administrators can disable or delete disconnected mailboxes using the EAC or Exchange Management Shell.
Your Exchange environment is a key component in your organization's communication platform, so shouldn't protecting it get the highest priority?
While allowing end users to access Exchange from multiple devices usually won't affect the server, it can quickly drive up licensing costs and help desk calls.