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
Windows Information Protection is among many new security features introduced in last year’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update release, bringing data loss prevention to the OS.
- By Derek Schauland
Microsoft is starting to deliver smaller Windows 10 update packages, but only some Windows Insider Program testers are currently seeing the benefits.
Microsoft is now starting to connect its Yammer enterprise social networking solution with its Groups functionality in Office 365, which promises to add more collaborative tools for end users.
Now that Microsoft Azure has become a robust PaaS platform by offering a lot of additional services, using the provider-hosted add-in approach, not app transformation, is the way to go.
- By Oliver Wirkus
Microsoft this month started selling "Premium Assurance" coverage plans for both Windows Server and SQL Server.
A new Office 365 service health dashboard has reached the commercial-release stage and is getting rolled out to subscribers this month.
Microsoft executives highlighted some user controls that will be coming in the Windows 10 "creators update," expected to arrive this spring.
Exchange Server 2007 will hit its end-of-life phase in April of this year, Microsoft recently noted this week.
Microsoft has commercially released Network Performance Monitor, a network monitoring solution for applications that's part of its Operations Management Suite product.
Microsoft today announced the commercial release of a couple of Azure Active Directory monitoring capabilities that were previously at the preview stage.
Microsoft this week announced a new Azure Active Directory group-based license management scheme that's at the preview stage, plus Azure AD integration with Slack.
In a surprise move, Microsoft on Tuesday released security updates to the Adobe Flash Player that's integrated with Windows systems.
While the new capabilities to protect Office 365 users from malicious e-mails are welcome, they're only available for those who are paying for the more expensive subscription model.
When antimalware software isn't up to the challenge, it's time to take care of the problem manually.