This Week in IT – Is Microsoft Killing Off Patch Tuesday?
This week in IT, Windows Autopatch could kill off Patch Tuesday for some enterprises, but not all might be what it seems. Remote Help is now generally available, and yes, it’s expensive. Windows 10 November 2021 is ready for broad deployment. Microsoft is planning to disable SMB v1 in an upcoming Windows 11 release. Exchange Server cumulative updates are going biannual.
Plus in this week’s hot tip, learn how to block out time for task items on your Calendar in Outlook. And I look at the most interesting new how-to articles on Petri this week.
About This Week in IT
This week in IT is a weekly podcast hosted by Petri’s Editorial Director Russell Smith. Each week, Russell rounds up the most important stories for IT pros in a short video.
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