PowerShell MVP Richard Siddaway takes a look at the differences between PowerShell v6 and Windows PowerShell 5.1, including use cases, resources and what’s to come now that it’s open source.
Why would I want to connect my OMS to my SCCM? Because rather than be competing technologies I believe they are complementary products and OMS can provide some great facilities for update assessment and reporting as well as giving another option for monitoring and update deployment.
As the threat of cyber crime to UK businesses continues to rise, now’s the time to take advantage of Windows Server 2016’s new security features.
Microsoft Software Engineer Christos Matskas looks at the OWASP Top 10 security risks, such as hackers, security misconfiguration, and cross site scripting, and suggests tools and practices to help you to mitigate them.
Windows Server 2016 has yet to launch, but that doesn’t stop the guys over at Microsoft Learning from getting ready to train and certify you on the new platform!
Part 1 of Ed Baker’s look at deploying one of the most exciting features of Windows Server 2016 – Nano Server.
Colin Chaplin shares the great work he’s been doing for his local community primary school, modernising their infrastructure to enable them to use IT to its full potential.
By Richard Siddaway, PowerShell MVP and author on a number of books on PowerShell, Active Directory and Windows Administration. He is a regular speaker at the PowerShell Summit and user groups, and blogs regularly on his PowerShell blog. Sometimes, when you have multiple problems you can use one problem to help you solve the other….
The Catch Up series returns with Microsoft Technical Evangelist Ed Baker looking at what’s new and what to look out for in Windows Server 2016 – even if you’re still on Windows Server 2008. Windows Server 2016 Microsoft’s world of server operating systems is set to take another leap forward this year with the release…