Despite questions about the future of SharePoint Server, the technical preview of the next release shows improved compliance and file sharing, a new Document Library and enhanced search capabilities, among other new features.
Microsoft announced some Windows 10 upgrade changes this week, mostly affecting consumer users.
Microsoft provided an update this week on its Nano Server solution, as well as the tools needed to deploy and manage it.
Joseph Sirosh, Microsoft's new Data Group head, today announced a new CTP of SQL Server 2016, along with a preview of Azure Data Lake Store and Analytics services and a preview of Azure SQL Database In-Memory OLTP and Operational Analytics.
Microsoft plans to make its next System Center Configuration Manager product more "service like" to keep pace with Windows 10.
While the feature does eat up quite a bit of disk space, it's definitely worth it for those with demanding end users.
Microsoft today announced two new Azure Active Directory PowerShell module capabilities available at the preview testing stage.
Managing accounts with a security-first approach will help to avoid costly incursions.
- By Troy Thompson
Create custom classification rules using this step-by-step guide.
Microsoft has issued an October update to its System Center 2016 Configuration Manager Technical Preview 3 (SCCM TP3) that adds a management capability specific to Windows 10 clients.
Microsoft this week rolled out new previews for organizations using its Azure Active Directory services.
While Microsoft has been a bit cryptic about the future role of Office 365 Groups, it will be up to enterprises and their needs to determine what is best for them.
- By Christian Buckley
Microsoft announced the "general availability" of its Roles Based Access Control (RBAC) Azure service this week.
Microsoft this week announced that its Azure Backup service now can back up Hyper-V virtual machines, as well as more server workloads.
The company that made server virtualization popular is now targeting DevOps with cloud-native containers built on vSphere.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz