Microsoft today initiated a new program that promises legal indemnification protections against intellectual property (IP) claims for organizations using Microsoft Azure services.
Microsoft added a couple of new Azure Active Directory capabilities this week, including a new control capability that's available commercially.
The newest member of the "universal toolkit" aims to help Office 365 span the generational divide from millennials to baby boomers.
- By Christian Buckley
The free addition is easy to access and provides even more value to your Office 365 subscription.
Based on an evaluation of the preview release, Microsoft's new Azure Monitor will give administrators analytics, troubleshooting data, metrics and logs.
Microsoft announced a licensing change this week that will affect first-time buyers of Azure services, starting next month.
Traditional antivirus software can't meet the threats aimed at enterprise networks and that's the mindset Microsoft took with the creation of Windows Defender ATP.
Groups brings together the best features and functionality of multiple Microsoft services under one roof.
Azure efficiencies depend on initial sizing predictions, proper maintenance and architecture to avoid drinking more than you can handle.
- By Elliot Luber
Docker this week released a public beta of Docker for Azure.
Microsoft this week described some coming improvements to the Azure management portal.
Microsoft announced a preview today of a new Azure Active Directory Pass-Through Authentication capability, as well as a preview of a "seamless" single sign-on feature.
Microsoft today announced that the Azure Active Directory PowerShell 2.0 module has reached the "general availability" milestone.
Microsoft this week released Azure Data Lake as a generally available, production-ready service.
Microsoft put the spotlight on Linux during its Connect() event for developers this week, including an announcement today that it had joined the Linux Foundation.
Microsoft announced a few Azure milestones today and showcased developer options to tap into its new compute capabilities.
Microsoft has published updated lifecycle support information for Windows Azure Pack.
Microsoft has added auditing features to its Azure Active Directory admin portal for administrators, which is still at the preview stage from its initial preview launch in September.
Microsoft today released the source code for its Azure Container Service Engine as open source code, and also added support for Kubernetes 1.4 and DC/OS 1.8.4.
Now that Windows Server 2016 is available, Microsoft says IT pros and developers can build and extend containerized workloads and applications to its network- and compute-enhanced Azure public cloud -- and vice versa.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz