Microsoft announced a couple of Azure Active Directory improvements last week.
Azure Traffic Manager now has a couple of new features at the "general availability" stage.
The goal of IT infrastructure and application monitoring solutions must be more than to provide insight into IT operations. Here's what to look for.
Microsoft this week announced various Azure SQL Database improvements, including migration, high-availability and information protection options.
Microsoft this week described best practices for identity security when using Azure Active Directory or Windows Server Active Directory Federation Services.
Microsoft announced this week that it made available some Intel Skylake microcode updates that address Spectre variant 2 types of attacks for Windows 10 version 1709.
The Azure Migrate tool can now be used by organizations to help plan moves of their on-premises virtual machines and applications to Azure datacenter infrastructure.
The Microsoft Teams collaboration solution will be getting a new capability to invite people with consumer e-mail addresses to join an organization's teams spaces.
Microsoft Intune now works with Pradeo Security for Mobile Defense, which can add additional security protections for organizations that use Android and iOS mobile devices.
Microsoft last week announced a preview of new Naming Policy, available with the Azure Active Directory Premium service, that adds some controls over Office 365 groups creation.
Microsoft this week shared minimal information about its new "paid supplemental servicing" option for volume licensing customers using the Enterprise or Education editions of Windows 10.
Installing the new Windows Server management tool is easy enough, but figuring out how to make it work for you will take some time and experimentation.
The Microsoft Identity Division, which is responsible for Active Directory developments, is embracing blockchain technologies to improve digital identity security and increase overall control by end users.
Microsoft last week announced that its entire System Center suite of management tools now follows a channel-release update model.
Microsoft's principal explainer of "Windows as a Service" has a new role, and this time he'll be talking more about Microsoft's so-called "modern deployment" technologies for IT pros.