Microsoft to Reboot Mobile Windows Strategy, Again

October is shaping up to be a busy month for Microsoft. The company is on tap to launch -- but not necessarily ship -- a bunch of new hardware devices this month.

SharePoint Tasks Reborn with New Office 365 Planner

Microsoft plans to release Office 365 Planner, a feature within Groups for team-based organization, as an alternative for SharePoint tasks.

How To Create File Screens in Windows Server 2012 R2

Get a glimpse into your file servers with this often overlooked tool.

Managing Office 365 Message Archiving Settings

Tweak how long Exchange Online keeps e-mails before archiving them.

How To Move a Hyper-V Virtual Machine to New Hardware

While the process won't take too much time, it's a bit more complicated than it should be.

Attackers Targeting Cisco Routers with Modified Firmware

The attack replaces the hardware's IOS, allowing for traffic to be secretly monitored and the further injection of malware.

Digital Inking and Windows 10

While some apps work well with Surface 3's pen input method, Microsoft is dropping the ball when it comes to Office and digital Ink.

How Microsoft Is Rekindling Excitement for SharePoint

Listening to what users want and tackling the cloud in a unique fashion has helped to gain some of the SharePoint shine that might have been lost in the past few years.

Microsoft's September Security Patch Includes Cumulative IE and Edge Update

Multiple memory corruption flaws look to be fixed with this month's Patch Tuesday offering.

Microsoft Finalizes Acquisition of Cloud Security Vendor Adallom

The deal looks to strengthen online protection of data across Microsoft's cloud services.

Windows 10: The First Month

While there's been the occasional minor bug here and there, Brien's first month with Microsoft's new OS has been relatively pain-free.

Microsoft Rumored To Be Developing Malware Detonation Platform as a Service

The first hint of the new project comes from a job listing posted by the company.

Does Linux Love Microsoft?

It's time to evaluate Microsoft's true relationship with the open source community.

An Open Letter to Every Windows Insider

Greg Shields says goodbye after 100 columns as Redmond's Windows Insider.

Bing Is a Misconstrued Asset

Microsoft needs to start utilizing the value of Bing that moves past just its online search capabilities.

IRS Data Breach Victim Number Much Higher than Originally Thought

The incident also highlights the growing trend of attackers using Big Data to access personal information.

What Does SharePoint's Future Hold?

While Microsoft has yet to discuss what is in the pipeline after SharePoint 2016, it's easy to infer what the company is planning by taking a look at today's product and service line.

How To Restore Active Directory System States

Sometimes things go wrong. Here's how to quickly get a do-over in Active Directory.

Microsoft's August Patch Includes 'Critical' Update for Windows 10

Cumulative updates for Internet Explorer and Microsoft's newest browser Edge should be this month's top priorities.

Windows 10 Update Ransomware On the Loose

Plus: Yahoo ads expose users to ransomware attack for four days.

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