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May 11 2015   7:45AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (5/4 – 5/11)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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Android
MAM
OpenStack
Windows Server

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Have we seen the end of Patch Tuesday? Check out the changes Microsoft announced at Ignite 2015 in this week’s roundup.

1. Microsoft debuts password-free Windows Hello, Patch Tuesday changes – Robert Richardson (SearchSecurity)

Microsoft Ignite 2015 showed that Microsoft may have rethought the Tuesday part of Patch Tuesday, but Windows Update is stronger than ever.

2. Outlook for iOS, Android gets MAM, fulfills IT wish list – Jake O’Donnell (SearchConsumerization)

IT has more controls than ever for Microsoft’s new Outlook mobile apps, yet only those with Intune can use its new MAM.

3. All-in-one systems simplify OpenStack private clouds – Robert Gates (SearchDataCenter)

OpenStack has been an option for advanced users for many years, but new combinations match server hardware with enterprise support.

4. Windows Server 2016 preview 2 hits without containers – Ed Scannell (SearchWindowsServer)

Microsoft has re-factored Windows Server around containers, but IT pros must wait a little longer before they can actually test them out.

5. Sapphire attendees take long view despite S/4HANA roadmap gaps – Jim O’Donnell (SearchSAP)

SAP Sapphire attendees expressed long-term confidence in the company’s S/4HANA platform, but also said the transition will not be simple to make.

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