David Cattanach answers some of your questions on Windows 10 licensing
SQL Server 2016 welcomes in a raft of updates to ensure that the database server product remains modern: Gavin Payne shows how these changes should be embraced, not feared
One of the big selling points for Windows 10 is the enhanced security features, developed to tackle the modern day challenges that simply weren't around in the days of Windows 7 or 8
Andrew Fryer follows on from Rick Delgado's Is IT Sprawl costing you millions? article with an in depth overview of the steps you can take to prevent the sprawl. (Read the article and the image will make sense!)
Staying true to its name, the #Windows10devices event brought us a whole slew of new devices. We have the low-down for you.
Andrew Fryer takes a look at data lakes, what they are and what you need to know.
In this episode of the Azure AD and Identity Show, your host, Simon May talks to Venkatesh Gopalakrishnan of the Identity Division about Azure AD Join and how it can help your organization secure identities on devices.
Conditional Access, Device Refresh intervals, VPNs Suck, Exchange 2016 and devices! This Friday Five is Simon May's round up of the things in the world of Windows and Enterprise Mobility that have made him think, smile and chuckle this week.
MPSA, the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement, is the evolution of Microsoft’s Volume Licensing (VL) programs. It has been maturing and developing steadily since introduction in late 2013. Here the Licensing Logic team look at what has changed.
Firebrand Training's Ed Jones directs you to the many resources you can use to develop the Azure skills you need.
In this episode of the Azure AD and Identity Show, your host, Simon May talks to Arvind Suthar of the Identity Division about Azure AD B2B and how it can help your organization easily collaborate securely with any other organization with an Azure AD that includes every Office 365 customer!
So we've spoken a lot about Windows 10 and all the new features, but how should you actually go about deploying it in your business? Peter Egerton explains all.
When private clouds emerged five years ago, the industry wasn’t ready to use the features that differentiated them from server virtualisation. Things have changed.