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Microsoft at Open Compute Summit 2017: AI and ARM64 with Cavium...

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Microsoft at Open Compute Summit 2017 has SONiC open networking, AMD Naples and the big news, Qualcomm Centriq and Cavium ThunderX in Azure

Featured Build Log: 2-Node Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct Cluster

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A Featured Build Log: a fast and inexpensive 2-Node Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct Cluster for all-flash Hyper-Converged excellence

First Intel Skylake-EP Purley Platform Server Publicly Released – Analysis

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We have analysis of Microsoft publicly releasing the first Intel Skylake-EP "Purley" based system to the market with specs and diagrams

3 Images Showing How Apple’s Pecking Bar Lost October 2016

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We share three images to showcase how the new Apple Pecking Bar on its MacBook Pro is years behind Microsoft's vision of immersive computing

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 hits general availability

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Microsoft Windows Server 2016 hits a major milestone with general availability which is great news for Microsoft shops given its awesome set of new features

VMware and Windows in Decline? Why you need to look at...

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Trends are clear, although they have huge followings, VMware and Windows Server are in decline while AWS and Docker are growing rapidly in popularity

Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Bing – What is the difference?

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We take a look at the difference between Windows 8.1 with Bing and Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 standard edition

Microsoft Surface RT to Surface Pro Transition: Initial Thoughts

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The new Microsoft Surface Pro is a huge upgrade to the Surface RT and here are some initial thoughts about the switch.

Microsoft Surface and Windows RT – As a PC – Good...

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I wanted to take a few minutes to share my thoughts about using a Microsoft Surface using Windows RT as a PC over a...

Putty on Windows RT Using a Microsoft Surface and RemoteApp

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Recently we discussed how one can create a virtual machine for server admin with a Windows RT device. Sometimes though, you just need putty....