Knowing how to edit the spam content filter means delving into how Microsoft determines which messages are junk.
Let's look at command line tools that will help you manage Active Directory more effectively.
- By Troy Thompson
While still very much a work in progress, the first preview for the next version of Microsoft's smartphone-based OS feels more like a minor upgrade.
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.