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Microsoft has its ducks in a row to release its own desktop as a service product, which could finally give DaaS the push it needs to become a mainstream technology.
Citrix isn't known for hardware, but the X1 Mouse ties in well with its XenApp and XenDesktop products by making it easier to use virtual desktops and apps on iOS devices.
We surveyed about 500 IT and business professionals on why they use desktop virtualization, and more than half of them listed the same four reasons. Find out those results and more with this infographic.
Hyper-V live migration delivers flexibility in a demanding environment, but administrators should be aware of ways to optimize the process.
A business with a broken Active Directory can crumple without this key piece of infrastructure. Learn how to plan an Active Directory backup and restoration.
Microsoft has tried to quell concerns administrators may have when upgrading failover clusters to Windows Server 2016 by smoothing out difficulties in the process.
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.
Is there a way to gain access to multiple users' calendars from the Exchange Management Console in Exchange 2010?
Upgrading to AD Connect comes with the decision to deploy an Express or Custom installation. Before planning the sync, consider what you need from your new deployment.
Microsoft intends to implement a cloud first strategy in which new features debut in the cloud yet on-premises deployments remain important. Has it succeeded?