This month's Security Update includes a fix for a 0-day issue in Microsoft Office.
If the company wants Windows 10 to be a success, it's going to need to make a strong argument for the OS in front of its core audience.
Researchers at IBM have discovered an active attack campaign using a variation of the Dyre Trojan that has already stolen millions from organizations.
Let's take a look at creating multiple user accounts in Active Directory using a Virtual Basic Script (VBS).
- By Troy Thompson
The feature is all about allocating relocating dynamic memory that might be going to waste
This spring will be a busy one for Microsoft, as the company tries to convince enterprises to jump onboard its upcoming products and services.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Making some quick training videos for end users could save time, money and IT headaches.
- By Greg Shields
The term is not just a buzzword. The trick is to figuring out how to get Big Data to work for you.
The company has warned that the bogus Internet certs could be used in man-in-the-middle attacks.
As Microsoft continues its march toward a subscription-centric business model, customers are on the hunt for the hidden gotchas.
- By Mary Jo Foley
SharePoint's Designer tool can be customized to allow and block access to some of its more powerful features.
- By Spike Xavier
Can the virtual assistant be useful when tethered to a desktop computer?
Also, the company announced a new security tool that will use Windows 10 device authentication over user passwords.
The feature, found in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012, can help troubleshoot issues by providing a history of the OS.
Office 365's Clutter feature looks to simplify your inbox by recognizing which e-mails are not important to you based off of behavior.
It looks like Microsoft is sticking with what has worked for earlier versions, while refining the experience for touch-based devices.
Also included is a fix for the widespread FREAK bug.
While the process is relatively simple, the steps need to take are a bit confusing.
Microsoft is breaking the current trend of expedited release cycles with the surprising news that the next System Center and Windows Server won't be arriving until 2016.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
With Docker leading the charge with its partnership with Microsoft, it's time for IT to seriously plan for containers in the enterprise.