Using PowerShell, finding infected files can take just a few minutes to complete.
- By Adam Bertram
Microsoft offered some good news and bad news this week for users of its unified communications products.
A solution to add "conditional access" security compliance protections to Mac devices, using technologies from Microsoft and Jamf, is now commercially available.
Microsoft announced this week that "hybrid modern authentication" for Exchange and Skype for Business has reached "general availability" status, meaning the capability is ready for commercial use.
Microsoft's new Advanced Threat Analytics 1.8 applies the company's latest advances in AI and machine learning to protect against ransomware and other malicious activity.
Some progress on the Kubernetes on Azure front emerged from this week's KubeCon event taking place in Austin, Texas.
UX features introduced with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update include Microsoft's new Fluent Design, mixed reality, Android Launcher, and a video editing tool, plus mobile and multiplatform versions of Edge.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) was the first to invite <i>Redmond</i> magazine to test-drive Microsoft's new flagship hybrid cloud platform.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft's latest Teams development efforts have delivered some management perks for IT pros, plus end user improvements.
With help from the Microsoft Office Services Sign-In Assistant, you can delay or pause synchronizations in Office 365.
Microsoft provided an explanation this month for an apparent security flaw in Address Space Layout Randomization, a Windows protection scheme.
Microsoft outlined what it leaned with VSTS and provided some DevOp tips and tricks to the audience at this year's Live! 360.
- By Scott Bekker
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.