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Artigos em Destaque:
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: E-mail improved
By Alan Maddison
The new release of Microsoft Exchange Server has a host of enhancements, mostly focused on architecture, flexibility and integration.
- SharePoint 2010: Solution Packaging
By Steve Wright, and Corey Erkes
After you’ve developed your SharePoint solutions, how you package and deploy them is the final part of the process.
- Cloud Computing: Organize cloud operations
By Vic (J.R.) Winkler
Moving to a cloud infrastructure has myriad benefits, but will only proceed smoothly with proper planning and prioritizing.
- Windows 8: Task Manager retuned
By Ryan Haveson
Microsoft has redesigned the new Windows 8 Task Manager to accommodate both power users and more casual users.
- Windows Azure: Windows Azure enhanced
By Bob Kelly
Several updates to Windows Azure can help you move your organization’s data and applications to the cloud.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Clustering for high availability
By Jaap Wesselius
Configuring clustering and using Database Availability Groups are two excellent ways to ensure high availability for Microsoft Exchange.
- System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012: Perfecting the private cloud
By Paul Schnackenburg
The forthcoming System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1 expedites virtual management for moving to private or hybrid clouds.
- Management: IT is not the enemy
By Romi Mahajan
When it comes to the Bring Your Own Device movement, IT isn’t necessarily the enemy.
- Utility Spotlight: Modify your mouse
By Lance Whitney
The Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center lets you modify your mouse and keyboard settings to take advantage of new features in Windows 8.
- Windows Confidential: Numerology of the build
By Raymond Chen
Assigning the build number of the Windows release version is a chance for management to do something cute.
- Toolbox: New products for IT professionals
By Greg Steen
These two suites of tools help you monitor and maintain the TCP ports in use on your system and keep your system clean after deleting applications.
- Windows PowerShell: Comment your way to help
By Don Jones
You can add your own comments to your scripts, creating your own online help and tutorial system.
- SQL Q&A: Without a trace
By Paul S. Randal
Processes like backup and restore and consistency checking can cause some unexpected behaviors, but they do make sense.
- Geek of All Trades: VMM 2012 and Server App-V: happy together
By Greg Shields
Microsoft quietly added Server App-V to System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, an excellent move on both the technical and strategic level.