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See It at Ignite: Complete Data Management for Microsoft Environments

Let’s talk data management for your Microsoft environments at Microsoft Ignite. Commvault® Data Management Software contains a full range of backup and archive capabilities to the Azure cloud, as well as for Exchange, SharePoint, SQL, Active Directory and Office 365. Join Commvault at the expo, in sessions and mini-theaters, which will teach you how to […]

This Week on Windows Video: Fall TV Guide, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and more

We hope you enjoyed this week’s episode of This Week on Windows! In case you missed it, catch up on the privacy enhancements coming to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, check out this week’s Windows 10 Tip on how to make Start full screen – or, keep reading for what’s new in the Windows […]

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16278 for PC

Today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16278 for PC to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring only (not Skip Ahead). As we mentioned in last week, we are now at the point of the development cycle for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update where our focus is now on stabilization for release […]

Microsoft on How to Create a security system with cameras on your Windows IoT Raspberry Pi

Last time I wrote about getting started using a Raspberry Pi and Windows Internet Of Things. This time I played around with adding USB Web cameras to the Raspberry Pi. The code below will dynamically check for cameras as they get connected and disconnected from the device. It runs on Windows IoT, so works on […]

Microsoft: Combining your Skype account and your Microsoft account. You want to do this!

You may have seen our recent announcement about how you can now use your Skype name to sign into all Microsoft apps and services. You may also have noticed that sign-in screens for Microsoft accounts now mention you can enter your Skype name in addition to your email address or phone number: This is cool! […]

Opvizor Performance Analyzer: Part 4 – Performance in real time for Microsoft Hyper-V

“In Windows management, best practices are guidelines that are considered the ideal way, under normal circumstances, to configure a server as defined by experts. Best practice violations, even critical ones, might not necessarily cause problems. But, they can indicate server configurations that can result in poor performance, poor reliability, unexpected conflicts, increased security risks, or other potential […]

Overview of Azure Active Directory, Subscriptions, Accounts & Role based access control

IT Blog by Marius Sandbu
So in the beginning there was nothing! Venturing in Azure these days, you might lose the overview you once had and now with the introduction of Azure RBAC  and having multiple subscriptions, probably many Azure Active Directories, mixing Microsoft and Work accounts it might be confusing how it all blends together. So therefore I decided […]

VMware: Top Mobile News – Apple Watch Gets Patriotic, Windows 10 Apps on Xbox ONE & More

Get your national pride on, Apple Watch-style.Apple is churning out some national pride for the upcoming Olympics in Brazil. American runner Trayvon Bromell claimed his red-white-and-blue Apple Watch band already. Only hitch: you can only buy them in Brazil. Read the full story on The Verge. Ready for rio ! – IamTrayvonBromell (@TrayvonBromell) July […]

Microsoft hopes to have Windows 10 on ONE BILLION devices in just 3 years

Microsoft’s Terry Myerson, head of the company’s Operating Systems Group, has gone out on a limb and predicted that Windows 10 will be running on one billion devices within the next two to three years. Myserson made his claims during day one of the company’s Build 2015 developer conference in San Francisco. He said the […]

Microsoft Wants Windows 10 on 1 Billion Devices

These days, Microsoft typically makes its most important announcements and lays out its vision at its Build conference. The company did just that today, in a big way. Microsoft believes its new Windows 10 operating system will find its way onto 1 billion PCs, tablets, phones, Xbox gaming consoles and emerging device form factors like […]

Nutanix Gears up for PEX to Show Partners How to Win with Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

With the converged marketing growing and technology professionals looking at their datacenters in a new way, 2015 promises to be a fantastic time to be selling to IT. Add to that one of the biggest industry shows and there is no wonder why there is an incredible excitement in the air. We are less than […]

Surface sales up, XBox sales down as Microsoft books revenue of $26.5 billion in Q2

Microsoft Corp. has booked $26.5 billion in revenue for its second quarter with sales increasing in its Surface and Mobile divisions, while XBox One sales declined. Operating income was reported at $7.8 billion/ $0.71 per share, in line with market expectations. The real surprise in the figures was an increase in Surface sales, a product that […]

Microsoft loses money on every Surface tablet it sells. Is that really a bad thing?

There was very good news for Microsoft in its earnings report yesterday, with sales of its Surface tablets more than doubling from the previous quarter. Microsoft did it by losing money on every Surface it sold. Could that actually be a good thing? Overall, the quarter was a very good one for Microsoft, with record revenue […]

Could the Windows 9 release date be October 2014?

Information provided by Windows leaker WZOR claims that Microsoft will launch Windows 9 in October this year. This new hint contradicts previous rumours that suggested Windows 8.1 would get an upgrade called GDR1 and debut alongside Windows Phone 8.1 at the Build 2014 conference. Windows 9 was originally thought to be part of the a […]

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