How to inventory server storage with PowerShell | Network World
PowerShell can help with those inventories, particularly the Get-PhysicalDisk cmdlet, which uses Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) under the …
• Chart: Microsoft Still Most Reliant on Server & Office Products | Statista
Microsoft's second fiscal quarter 2022 has proven to be the company's most successful since the start of the pandemic.
Microsoft Outlines Efforts to Protect Azure Users from Denial of Service Attacks – Redmondmag.com
Multiplayer game servers particularly can't handle “short-burst UDP attacks,” Microsoft indicated. Most DDoS attacks are short.
How to defend Windows networks against destructive cyberattacks | CSO Online
While WDigest authentication is now disabled by default in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 and later, you may still have clear-text …
Everything you need to know about Desktop as a Service – TechGenix
These virtual desktops are created and deployed within the servers of the cloud-based service provider or the vendor.
Windows boss Panos Panay talks up 'new era of the PC' – translation – The Register
Instead, he said Microsoft had seen “people accepting the upgrade offer to Windows 11 at twice the rate we saw for Windows 10.” Assuming, of course, …
Microsoft fixes Windows 11 HDR color rendering problems – Bleeping Computer
Microsoft has fixed a known issue affecting systems running Windows 11, … Microsoft releases emergency fixes for Windows Server, VPN bugs.
Windows 10 KB5009596 update released with bug fixes, improvements – Bleeping Computer
Microsoft has released the optional KB5009596 Preview cumulative update for … Microsoft resumes rollout of January Windows Server updates.
How to choose the right DCIM tool for better configuration – SearchDataCenter
… own facilities might require more cooling data to keep its servers running, … Windows Server 2022 storage features address security, speed.
OpenShell has been working on a classic replacement for Windows 11's Start menu – The Register
Windows 11 is an interesting release, given that Microsoft once said there wouldn't be any more versions. One might be forgiven for thinking that …