IT pros have lots of new materials to plough through when contemplating Microsoft's newest major Windows 10 update release.
Microsoft wants its Windows Journal note-taking app gone because it's considered to be a security risk.
Microsoft announced last Friday that it is pulling support for a capability that lets organizations use a server-based sandbox to run managed code for SharePoint Online sites.
Microsoft can't do it alone, and at the heart of the initiative are new acquisition and partnerships.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The Windows 10 Pro edition "anniversary update" (version 1607) won't have overall management controls to disable certain consumer-type services built into the operating system.
Microsoft this week announced that its Azure Active Directory conditional access service for applications has reached "general availability" status.
Microsoft's Business to Consumer (B2C) Azure Active Directory service is now commercially available in North American markets.
Implementing Microsoft's new StorSimple Virtual Array offers a more practical and affordable approach to using Microsoft Azure as a cloud-based target for backup and disaster recovery.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft's emerging Server Management Tools suite now supports Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2, the company announced on Wednesday.
The move to protect data in the cloud is rising incrementally, and while there are numerous services provider options, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are key choices.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft is unifying the code base used for its two client authentication solutions, with changes expected to show up next month.
Office 365 is the latest component Microsoft is adding to its new OMS, which provides in-depth usage and monitoring reports.
Microsoft is seeking early feedback from Office 365 users on its "modern" SharePoint Online Lists feature, which adds some user experience improvements.
Microsoft today announced Update 1606 for System Center Configuration Manager, which is a new "current branch" release for the product.
Bundling these days is no longer a dirty word at Microsoft. Quite the contrary -- it's the hottest Microsoft strategy of the moment.
- By Mary Jo Foley