Rand Morimoto

Rand is a Microsoft MVP and security specialist with expertise in Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Exchange, SharePoint, SQL, Windows Server, Windows Client, System Center, and Lync. Rand has over 50 international bestselling books and speaks at conferences and conventions somewhere in the world every month. Rand is also the owner of the consulting firm Convergent Computing, which was Microsoft's Global Partner of the Year (2014) and an early adopter organization across all of the Microsoft products and services.

Windows 10 glitch delays Windows Server 2019

Windows Server 2019 general availability: What to do

Windows Server 2019 general availability: What to do

The latest version of Windows Server has reached general availability, so subscribers who haven’t already given it a test drive should check out the new security, redundancy, management and SDN features.

Microsoft lures Win Server 2008 users toward Azure

Microsoft lures Win Server 2008 users toward Azure

With the end of support for Windows Server 2008 coming in January 2020 and SQL Server 2008 in July 2019, Microsoft is offering customers three years of extended support for the platforms if they migrate the workloads to its Azure...

Plan now for your migration to Windows Server 2019

Plan now for your migration to Windows Server 2019

A smooth transition to Windows Server 2019 should start with implementing native components, then data-center features, then Windows Admin Center management tools.

Microsoft adds resiliency, redundancy, security to Windows Server 2019

Microsoft adds resiliency, redundancy, security to Windows Server 2019

Windows Server 2019 upgrades enable greater scalability and more reliable recovery from outages for Shielded Virtual Machines.

Windows Server 2019 embraces SDN

Windows Server 2019 embraces SDN

Software-defined networking in Windows Server 2019 includes virtual network peering and encryption, auditing, and IPv6 support.

Top 6 Features in Windows Server 2019

Top 6 Features in Windows Server 2019

A preview of Windows Server 2019 adds features for hyperconvergence, management, security, containers and more.

Enterprise IoT: Business uses for RFID technology

Enterprise IoT: Business uses for RFID technology

RFID devices can help track inventory, improve efficiency of healthcare and enhance services for premium customers in the hospitality industry.

Hybrid cloud: How organizations are using Microsoft's on-premises cloud platform

Hybrid cloud: How organizations are using Microsoft's on-premises cloud platform

Azure Stack is Microsoft's on-premises version of its Azure cloud service, enabling customers to hold sensitive information within their own facilities but with the ability to reach the Azure public cloud, too.

Leveraging Windows Server 2016 for hyperconvergence

Leveraging Windows Server 2016 for hyperconvergence

Hyperconverged infrastructure tools in Windows Server 2016 can support storage, SDN and cost savings when building enterprise data centers.

5 Windows Server 2016 features enterprises love

5 Windows Server 2016 features enterprises love

A year after Windows Server 2016 has been released, these are the top capabilities organizations have been actively deploying in their enterprises.

The GDPR deadline is fast approaching; how enterprises are preparing

The GDPR deadline is fast approaching; how enterprises are preparing

Follow these guidelines for the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for enterprises.

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