Windows Server 2022 is gaining support for the Windows Subsystem for Linux.
Terms used to describe virtual desktop hosting are changing to accommodate new services and capabilities, which may lead to confusion.
This kit will help organizations plan a migration from Windows 10 to Windows 11 before Windows 10 leaves support.
Azure Video Analyzer is being retired without leaving preview; possible migration destinations include Cognitive Services, Dynamics 365, or third-party solutions.
Azure Managed Grafana (in preview) provides open source dashboards and alerts to monitor telemetry data from Azure resources, on-premises, and other clouds.
Illustration shows two Power Automate licensing scenarios, in which a small adjustment can make a major difference in licensing costs.
Newly clarified licensing rules could mean that Power Automate licenses are needed in additional scenarios.
Screen shot shows a simple Power Automate flow being created and how easily licensing requirements change.
Sidebar explains the difference between per-user and per-flow Power Automate licenses.
In this Webinar, Michael Cherry details the new hardware requirements for Windows 11, how these requirements interact with Windows 11 security capabilities, and why random feature updates suggest that Windows 11 may not be ready for widespread deployment.