Users of Office 365 services experienced connection problems late Friday afternoon, with outages seemingly concentrated in the western U.S. states.
If you're in Office 365's Deferred Channel, added features won't arrive on release. Here's how to change that.
Microsoft announced this week that it has changed its support policy for the Edge role on Exchange Server 2016, but only when it's used on Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft announced the availability of a new Windows PowerShell module this week that adds reporting capabilities for Windows operating systems maintained using Desired State Configuration (DSC).
Microsoft is planning to preview its collaborative work with Ping Identity this week, providing organizations with a more streamlined way to get single sign-on access to header-based Web applications.
Microsoft this week published documentation showing how to move public folders from Exchange Server 2013 or Exchange Server 2016 to Exchange Online.
IT pros managing Exchange Server and Exchange Online accounts via remote PowerShell now have the ability to protect those sessions with multifactor authentication.
Microsoft plans to add a new behavior this month that will affect how groups will function in Outlook for organizations using Office 365.
Microsoft has extended the life of Windows Server 2012, publishing new end-of-support dates.
Microsoft this week announced that organizations running SharePoint Server 2013 in their datacenters now can direct user site creation requests to Office 365 services.
Microsoft resumed its monthly security update releases on Tuesday following a rare deferral last month.
The Microsoft Teams chat service is now commercially available worldwide for certain Office 365 business subscribers, Microsoft announced today.
While Windows 10 forces IT pros to adapt to a faster pace of change, its MDM enablement introduces new endpoint configuration and management approaches. Microsoft insists all you need is its Enterprise Mobility + Security service, but others beg to differ.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft today announced a preview of a new Azure Active Directory management option that's designed to thwart "data leakage" scenarios.
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