The company is spearheading an industry wide initiative tasked with the development of the datacenter of the future.
- By John K. Waters
From the stigma of subscription services to the growth of free online alternatives, the decline in new customers coming to Office 365 in 2016 has many possible explanations.
As we increase our defenses against ransomware, attackers are shifting their scamming methods.
The $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn is by far Microsoft’s largest acquisition ever. Yet it remains to be seen what they’ll deliver as a single company.
- By Mary Jo Foley
As Microsoft readies next month’s expected release of the Windows 10 Creators Update, the company is hoping its effort to make it more visual, immersive and interactive than anything available brings newfound demand for the OS.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
With major updates for Windows 10 coming at an accelerated rate, IT will have to adjust how they stay on top of keeping systems current.
How does Microsoft's latest Windows 10 accessory perform when not paired with the Surface Studio?
While the new capabilities to protect Office 365 users from malicious e-mails are welcome, they're only available for those who are paying for the more expensive subscription model.
When antimalware software isn't up to the challenge, it's time to take care of the problem manually.
Microsoft goes after the deskless employees with its new service aimed at providing more communication between workers.
Brien troubleshoots how to fix a naming error when the error is the actual problem.
Battle quickly shrinking storage space by deleting and compacting physical disks.
If your hardware is powerful enough for the task, rendering 3D objects isn't too difficult to do with Windows, a Kinect device and some free apps.
Here's how I fixed an issue when malware took down Edge's ability to connect to Google.
Conversion makes sharing scripts much easier to do.
The free addition is easy to access and provides even more value to your Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft's free tool lets IT keep an eye on the overall health of an on-premises Active Directory environment through Office 365.
The next 12 months should prove to be interesting and somewhat unpredictable as a new U.S. administration tackles cybersecurity and tech issues.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
From the growth of home AI to Microsoft's stepped up approach to battling ransomware, here's where technology and IT might be headed in the next 12 months.
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.