Microsoft described the layered security approach it's taking in its last "Success with Enterprise Mobility" Web broadcast on Tuesday.
Microsoft has rolled back its policy, established last month, of pushing SharePoint Server product updates through Windows Update.
Migrating from Windows Server 2003 requires organizations to decommission existing Global Catalogs and domain controllers to conform with Active Directory schema in newer versions of the server OS.
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Google this week unveiled its Android for Work effort, which gives organizations some mobile device management options.
IT auditing software provider Netwrix released a free tool to help security teams reduce risk of inside jobs by reporting permissions in Active Directory and file shares.
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IT pros wondering about the fate of System Center Configuration Manager got some reassuring words this month from a Microsoft executive.
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Microsoft's Azure Active Directory team released a "preview" this week of an automatic password rollover feature for organizations that use shared social media accounts.
Microsoft gave notice today that it plans to change how long deleted e-mails get retained for organizations using Office 365 services.
Microsoft likely won't have a SharePoint Server 2016 public preview available before its Ignite event coming up in May.
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Microsoft this week announced some new IT controls for its Outlook apps running on Android and iOS devices.
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Microsoft recently published more information about its Azure Active Directory Connect tool, which will replace its DirSync and Azure Active Directory Sync tools.
Microsoft this week released cumulative updates (CUs) for both SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2013, and it announced a policy change.