Cloud Computing holds considerable promise and possibilities, but you will get much more out of the experience if you are prepared.
In this first of a four part series, youll learn the definition of a Private Cloud, and how hosted Infrastructure as a Service can support that environment.
Using Hyper-V with Windows Server failover clustering gives you a high-availability cluster of physical and virtual machines.
Running virtual machines on Windows Azure combines the benefits of virtualization and cloud computing.
DoS and password brute-force attacks can be particularly nasty, but you can protect your network against these types of disruptions.
There are many ways to provision Lync Server, each with varying degrees of capability and flexibility. Its important to be familiar with all of them.
DDoS attacks are a part of life in the world of the Web. You will never be totally immune, but there are steps you can take to mitigate any threats.
Social media and social technologies are here to stay, so its up to you to determine how to make the most out of them.
Remote Management wasnt quite there with Windows Server 2008. Its getting better with the R2 release, but you still have homework to do.
You can actually use Microsoft Windows PowerShell cmdlets to generate HTML reports you can share with your colleagues.
When you get the stats for the size of a folder, where, exactly, do those measurements come from?
With the continued focus on the cloud, we take a practical approach looking at how to build a private cloud platform and other cumulus topics.
While our professional lives may become inexorably more complex, this affords greater opportunities to learn from each other.
Having multiple virtual desktops running multiple applications and multiple files can get a bit confusing. The aptly-named Desktops app can help.