TechNet Magazine – June 2011
The June 2011 edition of the TechNet Magazine is now available for online reading.
- Microsoft System Center 2012: Taking Systems Management to the Cloud
By Joshua Hoffman
The System Center 2012 suite will take a comprehensive, integrated approach to infrastructure management, monitoring and optimization.
- System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012: VMM Gets Major Upgrade
By Paul Schnackenburg
Expanded hypervisor support, virtual application support and a myriad of other upgrades are coming in the new VMM 2012.
- Microsoft Lync Server 2010: Lync Edge Server Security
By Rui Maximo
While Lync Server uses many standard security measures, you can configure it for additional levels of protection.
- Windows Server 2008 R2: Troubleshooting Failover Clusters
By John Marlin
When failure is not an option, configuring failover clusters in Windows Server can help ensure near-consistent availability.
- Business Continuity: You Need More Than a Plan
By Ray Bryant
A comprehensive business continuity program involves not only a solid plan, but also the resources and the staff to execute on that plan.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: Exchange Server Coexistence
By Jaap Wesselius
You can start from scratch with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, but it’s far more likely that you’ll need to work alongside an older version for a while.
- Tech·Ed North America 2011: Microsoft Readies Numerous Updates
By Lafe Low
Microsoft has several significant updates and revisions forthcoming to its Windows Azure, SQL Azure, System Center, Forefront and Windows Phone 7 platforms.
- Windows Server: The Power of Integration
By Joshua Hoffman
Windows provides even greater value when you can combine features across the client and server platforms to form a complete solution.
- Windows 7: Follow the MAP
By Jorge Orchilles
Using the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 4.0 for pre-deployment inventory and assessment will help ensure a smooth process.
- Windows 7: Deploying Windows 7
By Brien M. Posey
Using deployment images is the best way to roll out Windows 7, whether to dozens or thousands of desktops.