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Many IT professionals equate Microsoft Azure AD with what we all know as the traditional Server AD that manage and control our on-premise...

What Microsoft Azure Can and Can't Do to Help Your On-Premise Active Directory


Group Policy is a powerful tool that aids domain network managers in delivering application settings to computers and users to keep them...

5 Things You Didn't Know about Group Policy and Active Directory


Development is driven by demand, and due to the popularity of Unix and Linux among developers, Windows 10 is now offering Ubuntu command...

Ubuntu on Windows: What's the Big Deal?


Let's face it - no matter how dedicated you are to Linux/Unix, the majority of computers out there use Windows, and like it or not, you'll...

Windows Survival Guide for Linux/Unix Users


At its peak, Windows XP was the world’s most popular operating system. Now it's being discontinued. Find out why XP users need to move on -...

Why Now's the Time to Ditch Windows XP


DNS problems are notoriously difficult to troubleshoot. This flowchart makes the process just a little easier by providing a simple...

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Troubleshoot DNS Errors


Even if you've been using Windows 7 for a while, you may not have discovered all of its handy hidden tools. Here are a few to try.

Windows 7 Secrets: Are You Using These Handy Hidden Tools?


There's a lot of back and forth about whether Windows 8 is right for businesses. Here's what it has to offer.

Why Businesses Will Love Windows 8


Find out what business owners are saying about Windows 8 and whether they plan to upgrade.

Windows 8 for Small Business: Upgrade or Wait?


Many Windows users need an upgrade, but not to Windows 8 - at least not yet.

Forget Windows 8: Why Your Upgrade Should Be to Windows 7


Windows 8 names are confusing at the best of times, especially when Windows RT means nothing in particular.

What Does the RT In Windows RT Stand For?


The new Windows OS will be a radical departure from existing technologies. Find out what this means for Windows users.

10 Things You Need to Know About Windows 8


Windows 2008 may be the most space-hogging server to date, but this can be mitigated with careful planning.