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The Windows Enterprise Desktop blog features topics of interest to IT professionals who work with Windows on large networks. Topics are Windows OS setup and configuration, release definition, deployment, migration, virtualization, terminal services, and security.


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Reflections on Win10 Build 10122

May 22, 2015 - The last couple of days have been exciting in my part of the world, mostly as a consequence of downloading, installing, and absorbing the latest Windows 10 build, 10122, which made its debut two days ago. As per current usual practice, Gabe Aul documented its release at Blogging Windows, in a post entitled “Announcing Windows...... READ MORE

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  • Reflections on Win10 Build 10122

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    The last couple of days have been exciting in my part of the world, mostly as a consequence of downloading, installing, and absorbing the latest Windows 10 build, 10122, which made its debut two days ago. As per current usual practice, Gabe Aul documented its release at Blogging Windows, in a post e…READ MORE

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  • Dig into these IOT development tips

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    IoT is the latest thing in embedded systems technology, and it’s not a fad. IT research firm Gartner Inc. projects installation of 26 billion IoT units by 2020, resulting in $1.8 trillion in revenue. IoT is not a consumer-only technology, either. Enterprise architects should plan now for the entra…READ MORE

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  • IPAM: 1 Installation and configuration

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    IPAM stands for IP Address Management. It’s a feature in Windows Server 2012 R2 that enables you manage your DHCP and DNS servers as a whole rather than at the individual service or server level.

    Installation of IPAM follows the standard approach for any Windows feature. Note that you can insta…READ MORE

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  • Talking Wearable Apps with PowWow Mobile

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    In this special edition podcast from the Citrix Synergy show floor in Orlando, PowWow Mobile’s CEO and CTO join us to talk about transforming mobile apps on Apple Watch and how enterprise mobility has shifted to tackling more complex app delivery….READ MORE

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  • Why Is Agile Failing

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    That is a trick question.

    Despite the fact that there is a blog post once a week or so, and tweets far more often about the nasty work environments people are enduring in the name of Agile, it doesn’t seem to be failing at all. As far as I can tell, agile is still thriving and growing, and probab…READ MORE

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  • Beware of Trojanized version of PuTTY

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    It all started in late 2013 and early2014, a compromised FTP client dubbed “StealZilla,” based off the open source FileZilla FTP client was discovered. Now in 2015 new attack is discovered based on the same techniques and the actors as StealZilla” to alter the source code of the widely used op…READ MORE

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  • Microsoft releases preview of Outlook.com updates

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    Microsoft delivered an Outlook.com update with a host of new features and capabilities this week to a small group of end users.

    The update is a part of a plan to upgrade Outlook.com to a new infrastructure based on Office 365, Microsoft said in a blog post. The update will be rolled out to more e…READ MORE

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  • Clustered OnTap complexities clobber NetApp

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    NetApp’s earnings report today disappointed investors as the vendor missed its previous revenue forecast, and it issued lower than expected guidance for this quarter. NetApp today also revealed plans to slash around 500 employees.

    NetApp’s revenue of $1.54 billion for last quarter came in bel…READ MORE

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  • India Here I Come

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    I’m thrilled to report that I’ll be presenting at the first SQL Server conference in India later this year. The conference organizer Amit Bansal made the official announcement last week. A new conference is a huge undertaking for the organizers, and bringing in speakers from outside the US is a hu…READ MORE

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  • Implement data-driven management strategies with care

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    Everyone wants to be data-driven these days, including the management. While most of the time this is a positive trend, it can have a darker side. In this edition of Talking Data, we discuss some of the ways businesses are bringing analytics into their management strategies, how these initiatives ca…READ MORE

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  • More Money-Saving IT Tips from Business Experts

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    “Cloud, cloud, and cloud” are the three words we hear over and over when we ask business IT experts for money-saving advice. But we’ve heard some other good ideas, too.

    Let’s start with Gene​ Gerovich, CEO of MyBizGeek in Brooklyn, NY. He says:

    BACK-UP EVERYTHING!!! Emergencies cost money. …READ MORE

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  • May Activity Contest Standings - Round 2

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    Contest image via Shutterstock
    We’re just over the halfway point in our May activity contest and it’s turning into a three horse race for the Polaroid Cube camera. Here’s what the standings look like today:

    TheRealRaven: 650 points
    Carlosdl: 540 points
    ToddN2000: 520 points
    Ncberns: 320…READ MORE

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  • Warrant Required for Border Laptop Searches, Judge Rules

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    Is a laptop more like a purse or a butt? Be prepared to explain your answer.

    Since August 2009, civil libertarians have objected to a Department of Homeland Security that enables U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents to search laptops and other electronic devices at the U.S. border, for large val…READ MORE

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  • BYOD is dead, long live device independence and proliferation

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    The advent of smartphones started a small experiment for senior management; it has now become mainstream. Explosion of smartphones in the enterprise driven by economical choices and increasing convenience has seen Progressive IT departments adopting a controlled and open attitude towards providing a…READ MORE

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  • TechTarget's weekly roundup (5/11 - 5/18)

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    What does VMware’s forecast look like after its first-quarter results? Find out in this week’s roundup.

    1. VMware forecast: partly cloudy with chance of market gain – Ed Scannell and Tom Walat (SearchServerVirtualization)

    VMware has made significant investments…READ MORE

    Michael Tidmarsh37,420 pointsBadges:
  • IT systems integration key to multichannel retail; Samsung chips away at IoT market

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    Digitization is changing the way we shop, and making strong multichannel strategies a necessity for retailers. In this feature, experts discuss how they can adapt to the growing e-commerce market by building and supporting new platforms that integrate with legacy systems.

    Tech companies have been…READ MORE

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  • Where cloud meets Big Data: New expert advice

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    Today, an application without data analytics is like a car without a steering wheel. It will go, but there’s no controlling its direction.

    The cloud and big data are infiltrating company practices, and in some cases, they’re doing it together. The intersection of the two brings many challenge…READ MORE

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  • Citrix vs. VMware war intensifies with protocol, IoT innovation

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    When CEO Mark Templeton took the stage at Citrix Synergy this week, it was in front of a graphic that read “Beyond the horizon,” perhaps a subtle jab at competitor VMware. Certainly, the tech talks that followed were focused on some pretty innovative projects, such as Octoblu and Workspace Hub.
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  • Selecting a top UK MPLS Provider

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    I was recently interviewed by a new business startup forum about some of the key aspects of procuring WAN connectivity in the UK. The transcript from that interview has been sent to me for public domain release. I’ve pasted the content here. (Any questions, please let me know)

    Readers embarking o…READ MORE

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  • New finance options for Cisco partners

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    Announced last month in Montreal at Cisco Partner Summit 2015, Cisco Refresh, a new program and sales tool, formerly known as Cisco Certified Refurbished Equipment, was officially launched May 12.

    Cisco Refresh and Open Pay, a pay-per-use variable consumption model also introduced Partner Summit,…READ MORE

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