Most importantly this month is a cumulative fix for 11 flaws in all versions of Microsoft's Web browser.
Microsoft is planning to implement a new Enterprise Agreement license option for organizations heavily focused on its cloud, server and management technologies.
Windows Server 2012 R2 will arrive with price hikes on some licensing, according to newly published Microsoft documentation.
Is your server running sluggish? Find out where all the juice is being sucked up with these suggestions.
The process for implementing the new Dynamic Access Control feature will be a timely endeavor for enterprises. Here's how you get started.
Microsoft announced the release of Application Request Router 3.0 late last week.
Don Jones breaks down how the quicker timetable between software releases means that user feedback will be more important than ever when crafting the next versions of Microsoft software.
Greg Shields shares how Powershell's Desired State Configuration continues its evolution in transforming documentation into functioning code.
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Don Jones discusses that Microsoft might bring more to its latest version if it went with a service pack instead of a full update.
Brien walks you through how to craft and excute scripts in PowerShell.
Microsoft on Wednesday reiterated its support for Linux server operating systems with its emerging R2 products.
Microsoft today announced Service Pack 2 for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.
The shuffle breaks down the walls of separation between business units.
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The Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 8.5 was released late last week.
Microsoft on Tuesday released a "preview" test version of Windows Management Framework (WMF) 4.0, which opens up new PowerShell 4 capabilities for older Windows systems.