The quiet after the storm has come… either you’ve gone big bang and migrated all your mailboxes to Office 365 in one hit, or you’ve slowly but surely moved your mailboxes over to the Microsoft Cloud. Time to make a cup of tea and bask in your awesomeness.
SQL Server 2016’s arrival is reassuring news for data platform administrators and developers who worry they’ll get left behind if they can’t adopt Microsoft’s cloud services.
Statistics show that insiders leaking confidential information or gaining access to content that they are not supposed to causes much concern for the IT organization.
The TechNet UK Blog is 5 years old today and boy it's been a good 5 years getting to know you all. In this post we want to share with you some of your favourite blog posts and also let you know what our 6 TechNet Editors are up to now.
Extended support for Windows Server 2003 ended on July 14, 2015. Ed Jones looks at how you can secure your WS2003 post End of Support and the risks involved
Happy SysAdmin Day to all you hard-working SysAdmins out there! WARNING: This is a very serious article indeed.
Today’s the day, Windows 10 has arrived!
One billion devices – within the next two to three years, that’s the target for Windows 10. Here we look at the findings of a recent SpiceWorks study that show just how ambitious, but achievable, such a goal really is.
Microsoft official and Community tech events coming your way this July and beyond. Which event are you going to? Let us know via @TechNetUK.
PowerShell MVP Thomas Lee shows us 10 of his favourite and most used cmdlets for managing Azure Virtual Machines
Ed Baker examines what will be arriving in a couple of days, when Microsoft releases Windows 10 into the wild world outside the rarefied existence of the Windows Insider Programme.
Open source cloud computing has staked its claim as a marvel of its own making. Rick Delgado looks at why it has become so popular so quickly.
Paul Winstanley looks at what end users need to know about the new Microsoft Edge browser and what the future holds for Internet Explorer