While more than a few organizations have passed on deploying Windows 8 for various reasons, there are many others who are planning to deploy Windows 8 in some form. For the IT organizations in these companies, one of the key decisions to be taken is the form of implementation that their Windows 8 deployment should...

This has been a busy year for IT managers. New technologies have become available at an increasing pace while economic uncertainty has made technology adoption decisions more critical. For those managing existing Windows-based IT infrastructure or considering it, Windows 8 brought added complexity to the procurement...

It’s not the Windows 8 production copy but it should still be helpful. In this video, Microsoft subject matter experts discuss the steps that MSIT made to provide a seamless user experience when they deployed the Windows 8 Consumer Preview internally, highlight the deployment methods – WDS & USMT, MDT, Internet Explorer,...

Microsoft have started the rollout of the new version of SkyDrive. The new version is being built to take advantage of HTML 5. Some of the performance investments were made in the following areas: Improved many core tasks and scenarios. For example, clicking folders and navigating photo albums will go from 6-9...

So, there’s a new blog post by Mary Jo Foley called “Windows 8: Beta collectors waiting with bated breath for a leak”. It basically talks about the fact that we are waiting to see the new OS, it’s starting to leak out etc etc.. You can read it here. What drew my attention to the post however was a comment made on the blog...

So here’s the deal. My buddy Marc and I made a bet a year or more ago and I need your help to make my $500. He basically bet that by the summer of 2011, I would not be able to name 10 (just ten) companies in the Fortune 500 who are officially using or seriously considering using Windows 7. By seriously considering, he...