Even though cloud technology is drastically altering how IT does its job, there will still be a need for tech pros in the modern enterprise.
Microsoft on Tuesday at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto announced Windows 10 Enterprise E3 in CSP [Cloud Service Provider] and Surface as a Service programs.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft today announced that its elastic cloud computing platform Azure SQL Data Warehouse is now generally available.
Microsoft said that despite initially being penned for release later this year, the company's Azure Stack won't arrive until sometime in 2017.
Microsoft has added greater flexibility to its role-based access controls for IT pros using the Azure Active Directory service.
SharePoint gave rise to the citizen developer a decade ago but the evolution of SaaS including Office 365 and the latest tooling such as Microsoft PowerApps and Flow are empowering a larger community.
- By Christian Buckley
Microsoft today announced Azure Active Directory Conditional Access support for Exchange Online and SharePoint Online services, which is now at the preview stage.
Microsoft unveiled a new information protection service that will get commercially released sometime later this year.
Microsoft this month released Office 365 update 1602 "deferred channel," which includes new features for Office applications, as well as security updates.
Microsoft released a new F-Series of Azure Virtual Machines this month.
Microsoft published its FreeBSD 10.3 server image in the Azure Marketplace this week, representing yet another open source milestone for the company.
Microsoft commercially released its Azure Active Directory Enterprise State Roaming service for Windows 10 clients this week.
Microsoft today answered a few questions about how its legal team looks at data privacy issues for its cloud services customers.
How to configure and administer Windows Server 2016, including the Nano configuration, with Microsoft's forthcoming Azure-based Remote Server Management Tools option.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft's Identity Protection preview for its Azure Active Directory service got some new capabilities this week.
Organizations with Enterprise Agreements (EAs) can now move their existing SQL Server licenses to Azure Virtual Machines using prebuilt images, Microsoft announced late last week.
Microsoft has been expanding its cloud services infrastructure of late, including a new trans-Atlantic subsea cable that's being built in partnership with Facebook.
Microsoft has postponed its roll out of new security certificates for Azure Active Directory, which was supposed to have occurred today.
Microsoft has updated its Azure SQL Data Warehouse service with several key new features including Azure Active Directory authentication.
Microsoft announced resource materials this week to help organizations move from the "classic" Azure management portal to the Azure Resource Manager portal.