Veteran Microsoft reporter Mary Jo Foley unearthed a few clues about Microsoft's product roadmap for this year and the next.
April's security update arrived today, packing six bulletins for 11 flaws.
A new version of the Microsoft collaboration and enterprise content management platform is in the works, and it will offer improved social networking, client and mobile UI enhancements, an app marketplace, and better cloud support. And that just scratches the surface.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Stakeholders looking to Microsoft for guidance about this very complex product discuss what they don't like about SharePoint 2010 and what they'd like to see in the next version.
As Microsoft boosts the product's functionality, SharePoint's influence grows.
- By Paul Korzeniowski
SharePoint 2010 is surprisingly complicated, but this primer will help simplify one of Microsoft's more powerful offerings.
Microsoft this week offered some tips about connecting the Windows 8 "customer preview" beta with Windows Home Server.
Microsoft this week released its latest no-cost network administrator toolkit for assessing Windows environments.
NComputing today announced new client software for desktop virtualization called "vSpace Client for Windows."
Hackers may have had the jump on Microsoft even as it released a "critical" patch for a Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) flaw this month.
This month's Microsoft security update, released today, features six bulletins, with one labeled as "critical," four "important" and one "moderate."
Microsoft on Monday released a new beta-test search tool for PowerShell users that's designed to help them find code across local and online repositories.
Microsoft has released two community technology previews of System Center 2012 solutions specifically for the new Windows Server 8 beta.
Microsoft late last month quietly rolled out an online backup service for use with its Windows Server 8 beta.
Microsoft's monthly security update will feature six items – one labeled "critical," four "important" and one moderate, according to the Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification.