Microsoft today announced that Windows Server 2016 and the System Center 2016 management suite of products have reached "general availability" status.
The ability to send bulk text messages could be beneficial to businesses -- and not only to those that want to send out mass SPAM content.
Microsoft is previewing an Azure Active Directory capability that lets organization have better control over application access by end users.
Security and patch management software vendor Shavlik offered its views about this week's Patch Tuesday release event, which will bring a world of changes for busy IT pros.
Microsoft today offered a few more details about the cumulative update model that will be arriving for all supported Windows systems on Oct. 11.
Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 now has a new service pack.
Microsoft has released a fix for a Windows 10 cumulative update that proved problematic for some Windows Insider Program participants.
While Microsoft has finally provided a way to share content in SharePoint Online, there are some limitations.
Microsoft announced a couple of "general availability" milestones for two Azure Active Directory products this week.
Microsoft plans to increase its Azure Active Directory certificate update pace, with the next rollover happening on Oct. 10.
Many organizations may not know about the new Microsoft Modern Lifecycle Policy, but it's already here.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 update release, dated Sept. 29, may not be installing for some users.
Organizations running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 soon will see an end to the timeworn IT tactic of rolling back Windows patches that cause problems.
At first it might sound impractical for an enterprise setting, but there are quite a few ways in which augmented reality can be used by professionals.
Harness Bash and PowerShell for DevOps everywhere you work with the new Windows Subsystem for Linux.
- By Terrence Dorsey