Microsoft is previewing yet another sign-in experience for Azure Active Directory and Microsoft account users, giving organizations notice of changes that will get established this fall.
Microsoft this week offered yet another preview of a new Operations Management Suite (OMS) feature, this time focused on checking the security compliance of Windows Web servers.
Microsoft this week released a public preview of Device Health, a new service that checks Windows 10 client devices for crashes and driver issues.
Microsoft released System Center Configuration Manager update 1706 last week, adding new management capabilities.
The Samsung Android-based Galaxy S8 smartphone is available with a new peripheral that will let it function like a virtual Windows desktop running Office 365 natively.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
The ability to perform group checkpoints and rollbacks will make a good feature truly great.
Microsoft today suggested that the Windows 10 creators update was "fully available" worldwide for commercial deployment.
Microsoft released the latest version of its Advanced Threat Analytics forensic security solution this week.
Windows PowerShell 2.0 will be one of the features that won't survive when Microsoft releases the Windows 10 "fall creators update."
Applied Voice and Speech Technologies is coming to the rescue following Microsoft's announcement that it plans to drop session border control support for PBX systems.
The new Azure Active Directory B2B aims to simplify how administrators offer controlled access to partners, suppliers and customers.
Microsoft on Monday announced that the first release candidate for SQL Server 2017 is now available to the public.
The upcoming release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the fourth in two years, could be the most significant to date, applying the intelligence of the Microsoft Graph across PCs and non-Windows devices.
- By Michael Desmond
The company is looking to take datacenter security into the future by making sure data is secure at every point.
- By John K. Waters
A few licensing tidbits, and other Microsoft product changes, are showing up in obscure places.