Microsoft released an optional update last week that adds a Disk Cleanup Wizard to Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft introduced a new PowerShell-based server protection scheme for IT pros at TechEd this week called "Just Enough Administration" (JEA).
Microsoft announced that the next Dynamics CRM version (and versions after that) will no longer support Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008.
Microsoft released a Lync app that supports Android tablets this week.
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Microsoft's themes coming out of the TechEd keynote this year included mobile device management and security controls.
Microsoft today announced some new and future administrative improvements for organizations subscribing to Office 365 ProPlus services.
A Microsoft Windows Phone support lifecycle page suggests the Windows Phone 8.1 update may be released next month.
Even though a majority of networking professionals are forecasting a move to software-defined networking (SDN), close to 40 percent of respondents can't define what it is, according to a recent survey.
Microsoft has revamped the user interface of its OneDrive for Business cloud-based storage solution.
Microsoft announced that new mobile device management improvements will be coming to its Windows Intune management solution, arriving sometime in the fourth quarter.
Consumer users of Windows 8.1 now have until June 10 to install Microsoft's operating system update.
Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit can spell trouble for some apps.
Microsoft updated its .NET Framework to include updates for ASP.NET, high-resolution displays and better profiling, to name a few.
Microsoft today described some new features coming to Internet Explorer 11 for Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft is showcasing its mobile vision as it prepares for its annual TechEd event this month.
Microsoft has released Work Folders for Windows 7, which broadens file sharing options for organizations.
AMD announced a new company roadmap in which it plans to support both x86 and ARM platforms in the near future.
Microsoft late last week rolled out a slipstreamed version of SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 that supports Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
The most "aggressive" software auditor of all is Microsoft, according to a recently published industry study.
Organizations are showing greater interest in using cloud services for database backup and disaster recovery scenarios, according to a Microsoft-sponsored study.