Microsoft has announced a fix today for its flawed update, known as "KB3148812".
The option for Windows Server 2016 that will let enterprises and hosting providers build private clouds based on the same technology as the Azure service is now available to testers to evaluate. Some say it could bring major changes to the datacenter.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft has limited the ability of IT pros to control Windows Store access with the Windows 10 Pro edition, according to a report.
Microsoft looks to have realized that the user experience is at the center of collaboration with its new common developer framework for SharePoint 2016 and Office 365.
- By Christian Buckley
As the SharePoint community awaits whatever surprises Microsoft has in store this week when it outlines the future of its storied collaboration platform, the company has already indicated it will include long-awaited improvements to the user experience.
- By Christian Buckley
The first major update of Windows 10 will make better use of digital ink, add intelligence and extensibility to Cortana, extend Hello biometric authentication in the Edge browser, and run the Linux Bash Shell from Ubuntu, among numerous other features coming this summer.
Microsoft today announced that its next SQL Server version will hit general availability status on June 1.
Microsoft's Internet browsers will stop trusting Web sites using SHA-1 certificates for security, starting this summer.
Here's what to expect when you install the first technical preview.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft plans to move its Intune Service Health mobile management dashboard into its Office 365 management portal.
Microsoft announced some mobile application management progress this week for its Intune service.
Microsoft today announced that Technical Preview 5 for both Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 can now be downloaded and tested.
Microsoft's new Passport for Work helps enroll Windows 10 devices using the new Windows Hello biometric authentication to Active Directory.
Windows Server 2012's most annoying feature can be bypassed -- just not in the way that you would expect.
Many of the tried-and-true shortcut commands still work in the latest version of Windows Server and Windows 10. However, there's a few new additions that you might not know about.
- By Troy Thompson