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As Extended support for Windows XP ends in Apr. 2014, businesses should have a clear risk-mitigation strategy in place for any systems still running the unsupported OS
IE11, available for Windows 7 and 8.1, improves performance, compatibility, touch functionality, and developer tools, but substantial changes require testing of existing sites
The free Windows Azure Pack allows enterprises and hosters to deploy Windows Azure services without using the Microsoft-hosted Azure offering
An updated Lync roadmap calls for a consistent user interface on all devices, videoconferencing with Skype, and a major new version of the server and online service in 2014
A new Azure service can help customers manage replication of virtual machines from one site to another, aiding in disaster recovery
A new tool, Configuration Manager Support Center, now in beta, can help administrators diagnose PC and server problems and work more efficiently with Microsoft Support
Windows Server 2003 and 2003 R2 leave Extended support July 14, 2015, so organizations should already be planning to migrate systems from those versions
Yammer has become Microsoft's preferred option for enterprise social networking and will integrate and coexist with SharePoint for the foreseeable future. Free Sample
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