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Author: Mitch Tulloch

Mitch Tulloch is a widely recognized expert on Windows Server and cloud technologies who has written more than a thousand articles and has authored or been series editor for over 50 books for Microsoft Press. He is a twelve-time recipient of the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in the technical category of Cloud and Datacenter Management.

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Windows 10 deployment: Pruning and pruning and pruning again

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Intelligent data management: Interview with Rick Vanover of Veeam

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Managing a Microsoft hybrid cloud: Advice from an expert

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Have Microsoft patches reached a painful tipping point?

The pain of keeping up with the sheer number Microsoft patches has become unbearable for many admins. Something has to…

Level up: When Tier 1 tech support just isn’t enough

When a Tier 1 tech support person tells you, “I realize this must be very frustrating for you,” that only…

Don’t be a victim: How to stop ransomware attacks before they start

It’s time to put the gloves on and fight back against cybercriminals. Here are some simple steps you can do…

Help corner: How to manage large email attachments

Huge email attachments can mean big problems for IT pros who administer mail services. Here are some ways you can…