The Microsoft Intune mobile management service can now include security protections for Android devices enabled by Google Play Protect services.
When looking at Microsoft's recent enhancements to business intelligence platforms, database administrators may scratch their heads that user interfaces look like they're getting dumbed down.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft today announced that it has extended the support time available for users of the Enterprise and Education editions of Windows 10 version 1511 by about six months.
Azure Active Directory now supports the setting of macOS device conditional access policies using Microsoft Intune, Microsoft announced on Tuesday.
Many large enterprises are modernizing their businesses with Cloud Foundry, a PaaS environment that's become popular for DevOps, multi-platform runtimes, back-end services and multi-cloud configurations. Here's how it works.
- By Michael Otey
Microsoft today offered a snapshot of its Azure Active Directory service and how organizations are using it, based on October stats.
Microsoft announced a preview of a new Azure ExpressRoute monitoring capability last week.
System Center version 1711 preview is now available for download, Microsoft announced this week.
While the app has potential to be a great way to keep on top of tasks, it needs some improvements.
Microsoft demonstrated today how its "free" Windows Analytics tools can support getting ready for Windows 10 deployments.
The new service aims to make Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) more appealing than ever.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Most organizations (82 percent) typically use the premises-installed Microsoft Office productivity suite products, according to an industry survey of 1,168 IT pros.
Microsoft recently announced a new on-premises SharePoint server release set for preview next year, but most of the details are a mystery. Microsoft MVP and SharePoint architect Oliver Wirkus shares what he hopes and expects are planned.
- By Oliver Wirkus
Microsoft's Michael Niehaus and Nathan Mercer field some questions on the status of Windows and highlight some of the new tech coming to the latest version of the OS.
Under CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft increasingly has been focusing on its enterprise software and services strengths.
- By Mary Jo Foley