We live in enterprise world. The floor in this world has the Microsoft logo on it (Server and Windows) and some of the most important and common buildings are Microsoft buildings (i.e. SharePoint and Office). Other buildings in this world are built by companies like Oracle, Salesforce, and SAP, but this world relies on that Microsoft floor.
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We are only a few months out from the scheduled September release of Server 2016 from Microsoft. In my previous article we looked at what makes Server 2016 the best deployment yet. We covered a few of the Hyper-V enhancements and, what I am most excited about, the Nano Server options. Aside from the Hyper-V and Nano Server enhancements, here’s what you need to know about Windows Server 2016.
If you’ve been wondering whether to accept the ‘free’ upgrade to Windows 10, time is running out!
The free upgrade opportunity to Windows 10 from Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 will expire on July 30, 2016. After that time, you would have to pay to purchase the Windows 10 upgrade, or keep your existing version of Windows. If you haven’t decided whether to accept this offer from Microsoft, here are some tips to help your decision.
SharePoint On-Premise and SharePoint Online are Microsoft's fastest growing products. SharePoint is a business platform that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Office. It is used to pull knowledge workers together, automate manual business processes, and give you a dashboard of critical business information. Unless you are saying that you cannot make it through the workday without SharePoint, then it is being underutilized in your organization.