A major facelift to the Microsoft collaboration platform puts social networking, cloud, business intelligence and modern apps at the fore.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The Microsoft collaboration platform offers new ways for IT to deliver dashboards and provide extended analytics capabilities.
- By David Drinkwine, Paul Galvin
Microsoft reached its Windows MultiPoint Server 2012 release-to-manufacturing product milestone last week.
Organizations can now buy various on-premises 2013 Microsoft server products via volume licensing agreements, including Office 2013.
Developing applications for your SharePoint environment provides efficiency and productivity, but you do have to apply certain controls.
- By Steve Wright, Corey Erkes
Microsoft plans to roll out Service Pack 3 for its Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 product in the first quarter of next year.
Microsoft announced today that Windows Azure's federation capabilities now support single sign-on capabilities in conjunction with the use of Active Directory on Windows Server.
Microsoft's first security update after the release of its newest OS features three "critical" bulletin items that address 4 reported issues for Windows 8 and Windows RT.
Microsoft today announced some coming Windows Azure improvements for organizations engaged in high-performance computing analyses.
Microsoft officials kicked off the company's annual SharePoint Conference this week with a few announcements.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
A beta of the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 8.0 was released this week.
According to Microsoft's security update advance notification for November, there will be four "critical," one "important" and one "moderate" bulletin items released this coming Tuesday.
Microsoft today announced the availability of a beta test version of BizTalk Server 2013.
Verizon today rolled out unified communications management services for large enterprises in conjunction with Microsoft Lync Server 2010.
The Software Center and Application Catalog features of Configuration Manager 2012 have the potential to fundamentally change the relationship between IT and users.
- By Greg Shields