Microsoft's principal explainer of "Windows as a Service" has a new role, and this time he'll be talking more about Microsoft's so-called "modern deployment" technologies for IT pros.
Instead of twiddling your thumbs as you wait for a long-running script to complete, you can have PowerShell play a sound to alert you when it's done.
Microsoft made it easier to publish applications using the Azure Active Directory (AD) Application Proxy service, and also added Business to Consumer (B2C) features this week.
Microsoft recently updated its roadmap for bringing Skype for Business capabilities into Microsoft Teams, adding a Call Analytics preview, among many other features.
Bash is fairly easy to install, but using it is another matter. Here are some commands to help IT pros dip their toes in Bash.
Microsoft recently announced a few Azure Active Directory (AD) improvements, both for end users and IT pros.
Software security company Kaspersky Lab this week began offering security protections for Exchange Online users with a new cloud-based service.
Microsoft today announced extensions to Windows 10 end-of-support dates for some versions and also provided updated servicing and support details for Office productivity suite users.
IT needs to patch everything, but the Spectre/Meltdown patches come with their own problems, too. Here's how to limit the fallout.
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Microsoft this week described Windows Update for Business (WUB) and how it plays with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) when managing Windows 10 clients.
Microsoft kicked off a video series describing Windows client management using System Center Configuration Manager, in a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft added improvements to Storage Spaces Direct in its latest test-build preview release of Windows Server.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint improvements last week, including the "general availability" of the SharePoint Migration Tool.
PowerShell Core 6.0 is now at released at the "generally availability" stage and is ready for use in production environments, Microsoft announced today.
Microsoft today announced the "general availability" of its Accelerated Networking technology for Azure virtual machines, which is available for use with both Linux- and Windows-based VMs.