Microsoft affirmed this week that Windows Server 2016 version 1709 will arrive in "early October," kicking off the first "semi-annual channel" release for the product.
The latest SQL Server comes packed with support for Linux, automatic tuning and other enhancements that will enhance and simplify the use of the database platform.
- By Joey D'Antoni
Today, Microsoft indicated that the Microsoft Teams client will eventually replace the Skype for Business Online client in the near future.
Microsoft offered a bit of surprise by signaling that it's solidly behind producing graphical user interface tools for managing Windows Server.
Microsoft has made it easier than ever to create a backup Windows OS, ready for when disaster strikes.
Microsoft is starting to enable "improved" support for organizations using Office 365 services.
DSC expert Melissa Januszko offers tips and advice for setting these up ahead of her Live! 360 session on the topic.
Users with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) licensing, which includes the Microsoft Intune mobile management solution, can now optionally turn on Zimperium security protection for Android and iOS devices.
The Microsoft Operations Management Suite now has a way to show System Center Virtual Machine Manager health and performance information for on-premises-located virtual machines.
Microsoft's premade templates allows for the deployment of SQL databases without having to use complex PowerShell commands.
- By Adam Bertram
Microsoft is currently previewing a new "Keep me signed in" Azure Active Directory sign-in experience for end users.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection has hit a new milestone.
Organizations using the Microsoft Azure Active Directory identity and access service soon only will have one main software management interface.
Microsoft this week announced previews of two new Microsoft Azure security measures.
Microsoft this week unveiled a new process to make it easier for organizations to migrate settings when Microsoft Intune has been integrated with System Center Configuration Manager.