Yesterday Windows Home Server Vail public preview was slated to expire with no replacement beta available for another four to six weeks. Microsoft however was prompted to issue a workaround to the public release. And while users of the beta server platform weren't in danger of losing data, they where to be faced with a n hourly reboot, regardless of the fact that the EULA stated that the version they were installing was merely intended for testing purposes only and was not designated for use on production systems.
It may be a beta, and not for production, but Microsoft changed direction prompting a reset
IDC estimates that more than 70% of organizations have a cloud-first application deployment strategy to align with digital transformation initiatives. As such, many organizations are transitioning to Microsoft Office 365 and utilizing public clouds such as Microsoft Azure.
However, IT leaders are discovering that default data protection schemes are not as robust as they desire. As a result, many are turning to Veeam® to provide the necessary data management and protection policies demanded by the …
Using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, colleges and universities are linking anything and everything to create new applications that elevate the campus experience.
It's called a Smart Campus. And it's transforming campus life for students, faculty and visitors.
When everything is connected, devices and applications can interact with users and with each other in ways that weren't possible before: digital classrooms, connected campus ID cards, connected lighting and building environmental systems and …