The Windows Server Notebook:

January, 2012

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January 31, 2012  9:42 PM

Microsoft releases another batch of System Center add-ons

Jeremy Stanley Jeremy Stanley Profile: Jeremy Stanley

Microsoft is accelerating the delivery of System Center tie-ins after introducing the release candidate of the suite earlier this month.

January 31, 2012  2:23 AM

Windows Server and System Center: Mobile device management HQ?

Ben Rubenstein Ben Rubenstein Profile: Ben Rubenstein

Will IT shops soon be using System Center and Windows Server to control and update enterprise applications on employee smartphones and tablets? One analyst thinks that could be the case in the near future. In a discussion of Microsoft's enterprise software roadmap for 2012 and beyond last week,...


January 19, 2012  9:21 PM

ReFS debuts with Windows Server 8

Jeremy Stanley Jeremy Stanley Profile: Jeremy Stanley

ReFS, a new file system that Microsoft calls "the foundation of storage on Windows for the next decade or more," will be coming to Windows Server 8, the company said this week.

According to a Building Windows

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January 13, 2012  7:24 PM

Windows Server 8 inches toward public beta with leaked build

Jeremy Stanley Jeremy Stanley Profile: Jeremy Stanley

New screenshots leaked from a pre-beta build of Windows Server 8 show some aesthetic differences from the Developer Preview release.

Build 8180 uses a darker gray theme compared with the sky blue look of the windows in the Developer Preview. In addition, a new login...


January 13, 2012  6:24 PM

Windows Server 8’s Minimal Server Interface offers hope for the GUI-dependent

Ben Rubenstein Ben Rubenstein Profile: Ben Rubenstein

When it comes to Windows Server 8, small is the new big.

In a recent post on the

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January 10, 2012  3:33 PM

Microsoft’s Server and Tools marketing head to leave the company

Ben Rubenstein Ben Rubenstein Profile: Ben Rubenstein

In a move that could spell change for Microsoft's server marketing strategy, longtime Redmond employee Robert Wahbe, corporate vice president of marketing for the Server and Tools group, will be leaving the company in February, according to his

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January 6, 2012  6:05 PM

A public event for Microsoft’s private cloud

Ben Rubenstein Ben Rubenstein Profile: Ben Rubenstein

Microsoft's private cloud plans will soon go public. On January 17, the company will host a webcast, titled "Transforming IT with...

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