TechNet Flash - Volume 14, Issue 24: October 31, 2012
Download a free 90-day evaluation of Windows 8 Enterprise to explore the newest features firsthand and start testing your apps, hardware, and deployment strategies.
Windows 8 offers a lot of great new features for businesses and IT pros, as explained in this free ebook. Designed to help you prepare to deploy Windows 8, deliver apps, manage recovery, security and virtualization, the first release of this ebook is a preview release. We will be releasing the entire ebook in early November.
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Can't attend a live Windows 8 IT Camp? Take advantage of free, online, fast-paced training courses designed specifically for experienced IT professionals with jobs that demand that they know how to best leverage the emerging features and technologies in Windows 8.
Short on time, but want to know more about key features in Windows 8 for IT professionals? Check out these brief, but informative technical demonstrations.
This guide provides a high-level overview of the exciting new features in the Windows 8 user interface.
Learn how Windows To Go can help you provide users with bootable USB storage devices containing a copy of Windows 8, along with their business apps, data, and settings.
David Tesar met with John Vintzel, Senior Program Manager for System Center Configuration Manager, to discuss new features to support Windows 8 management like folder redirection and deployment, and enhancements in SP1 to support user-centric deployment of new applications like iOS, Android, App-V 5, and Windows 8 Apps.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about managing end user access to, and usage of, the Windows Store within your organization. Also see Frequently Asked Questions: Managing the Windows Store.
Take advantage of free Microsoft tools to help you assess the readiness of your hardware, test for application compatibility, migrate user data and settings, and implement security settings for desktops, laptops, and other devices.
This guide provides information on how to set up and use the new File History feature in Windows 8 or the IntelliMirror Redirection Service to back up your data.
Rootkits provide stealth capabilities to malware. This Microsoft Malware Protection Center threat report examines how attackers use rootkits, how rootkits function on affected computers and recommendations that can help organizations mitigate the risk from rootkits.
This article lists and describes Microsoft tools that are available for Windows Server 2012 to administer security technologies and address ongoing threats to your computers and network. To help you find the right tool for the job, the security tools are grouped by category and task.
Blain Barton and the Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, are back to discuss PowerShell Saturday events. Tune in as they chat about what topics will be covered, how you can register, and how you can start one in your own area.