You can lead IT pros to the cloud, but you cannot make them float.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft takes a right step in the direction of consistency with the redesign of its two major cloud offerings.
Microsoft this week offered guidance on its two main products for managing Windows 10 devices, both desktop and mobile.
Microsoft has ratcheted up IT pro controls to thwart malware that could spread through Office 2016 macros.
Don Jones warns in TechMentor keynote that businesses are looking to become more agile fueling the move to a DevOps model of IT delivery, which will spread to more developer and operations teams.
Microsoft today announced that its latest tool for checking Azure Active Directory synchronization issues is now "generally available."
Microsoft has extended its Windows 7/8.1 product support on Intel Skylake devices for an additional year.
Organizations awaiting the commercial release of Microsoft's emerging Windows 10 Mobile operating system will face lots of caveats when using Azure Active Directory (AD) for identity and access management.
Microsoft described a new "reporting portal" that's rolling out as early as today for Office 365 subscribers.
Find the actual number of users in a group by locating those that may be hard to find in a hidden subgroup.
- By Adam Bertram
Plus: Will Microsoft's courtship of Oracle customers be successful?
- By Joey D'Antoni
Microsoft announced the release today of its System Center Configuration Manager 1602 update.
Microsoft unveiled its latest open source proposed contribution to the Open Compute Project (OCP) yesterday, which aims to bring more flexibility to datacenter hardware switches.
Many domain-connected systems woke up on Wednesday with an icon to upgrade to Windows 10, which caught many IT admins off guard.
Microsoft laid out the case for enterprises to ditch Oracle's database system for its own at this week's Data Driven conference in New York City.