See all products »
Curah! curation service
Microsoft Tech Companion App
Microsoft Technical Communities
Microsoft Virtual Academy
Server and Tools Blogs
TechNet Flash Newsletter
Cloud and Datacenter
Windows Server 2012 R2
System Center 2012 R2
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 SP1
Windows 8.1 Enterprise
See all trials »
Microsoft Download Center
TechNet Evaluation Center
Microsoft Virtual Academy
Free Windows Server 2012 courses
Free Windows 8 courses
SQL Server training
MCSA: Windows 8
Windows Server Certification (MCSE)
Private Cloud Certification (MCSE)
SQL Server Certification (MCSE)
Second shot for certification
Born To Learn blog
Find technical communities in your area
For small and midsize businesses
For IT professionals
For technical support
For home users
Microsoft Premier Online
Microsoft Fix It Center
Security Bulletins & Advisories
International support solutions
Log a support ticket
Not an IT pro?
Microsoft Customer Support
Microsoft Community Forums
Matt McSpirit on Virtualisation, Management and Core Infrastructure
Browse by Tags
Linux on Hyper-V R2 steadily improving…
As most people will be aware, Microsoft supports a number of Windows OS’s virtualised on Hyper-V. ‘Tell us something we don’t know’ I hear you shout! Well, Microsoft have also worked with Novell, and Red Hat to ensure that distributions of Linux are supported, and optimised to run virtualised...
6 Apr 2010
Is WISP the new LAMP?
I certainly think it could be. For those of you who may not know what I'm barking on about - it's all about the web. Well, to be more specific, it's about W indows, I IS, S QL and P HP, as oppose to L inux, A pache, M ySQL and P HP. Notice the common factor in both of those; the P,...
12 Oct 2007
Microsoft and Zend Announce Technical Collaboration
There has just been an announcement detailed on the Microsoft PressPass and also the http://port25.technet.com/ sites, providing details on the Technical Collaboration between Microsoft and Zend Technologies. This collaboration, announced at the Zend/PHP Conference in San Jose, aims to enhance the...
31 Oct 2006
Open XML: I SO need your support ;-)
Interoperability, Choice and Open XML. Over the past year, Microsoft has done a hell of a lot to try and ensure that our products inter-operate with other products, not necessarily produced by Microsoft, out of the box, without the need for the user to call on an advanced team of consultants to make...
4 Apr 2007
Mail Merge: 2007 Office vs. OpenOffice.org 2.2.0 - Parkesy Style...
Say, for example, I'm a busy kinda guy (I am, honest!) and I need to send out a mail shot to all the clients in our database. I'll use a mail-merge, and take the addresses straight from our backend SQL database. Simple, you'll say, just use the wizard which comes with the particular piece of document...
9 May 2007
Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit v5.0 Community Tech Preview Now Available
First thing you’re thinking is, ‘What’s a Community Technical Preview?’ Well, I’m not actually 100% sure to be honest, but I think it’s pre-beta, but not too far off beta, if you know what I mean :-) As always, I could be wrong! :) Anyway, if you’re not familiar with MAP, in a nutshell, MAP...
9 Dec 2009
© 2014 Microsoft Corporation.
Privacy & Cookies