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Although Windows 8.1 is far from the total redo that some critics had hoped for, Microsoft's latest desktop release is jampacked with new features and a revised user interface. Let's take a look at some of the best new Windows 8.1 features.
Desktop as a service, GPU and application publishing dominated virtualization news in 2014. Take a look back and catch up on what happened with Microsoft, Citrix and VMware.
DaaS has appeal, but that doesn't mean it works for everyone. If you have bandwidth limitations or workers would suffer from poor performance, it might not be right for you.
Early quotes for Windows' new per-user Software Assurance licensing could save significant money for IT shops doing VDI.
Google's support of Windows Server mutually benefits both companies' platforms, but it may not be enough for a Microsoft shop.
When it comes to a move off of Windows Server 2003, know your migration risks with proper research, planning and management.
Microsoft's last set of security fixes for the year brought critical fixes for Microsoft Office, VBScript and Internet Explorer.
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.
As 2014 draws to a close, we look back at the most popular tips and features that that readers clamored to access again and again.
We look back at five Exchange Server news stories that made the biggest impact with readers this year.
Preparing for an Office 365 migration can be overwhelming. Exchange admins should break the process into five manageable stages.