Microsoft indicated this week that it plans to smooth out its e-mail archiving process for customers using Office 365 E3 or E4 plans.
SQL 2016 has a number of major enhancements which will help whether or not you are implementing on-prem, in Azure or in a hybrid model.
- By Joey D'Antoni
A single Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) has been answering Windows 10 upgrade questions this week, even when Microsoft won't.
Microsoft's PowerShell team is now contributing to the development efforts of the open source OpenSSH community.
RDMA networking has enabled high-performance computing for years, but Windows Server 2012 R2 with SMB Direct is bringing it to the mainstream.
Microsoft is bringing a little more clarity to how Windows 10 will be used with traditional premises-based Active Directory, as well as with its Azure Active Directory service.
Authentication and the venerable domain controller have been inseparable concepts since the earliest days of the Windows Server OS.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft issued an update today to its StorSimple storage management product.
RSA Security LLC, the company known for the development of the industry standard public key cryptography algorithm and the popular SecureID authentication platform, is spreading its wings.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft's mobile application management vision with Intune and System Center Configuration Manager is coming into sharper focus.
While the process to get up and running may not be the most intuitive, its worth the effort to take advantage of Microsoft's IPAM.
Microsoft expects to release a new "managed Outlook app" sometime this quarter that will enable enhanced data security protections for organizations.
Microsoft wants IT pros to take a freer approach toward installing Windows updates in production environments.
Microsoft republished Service Pack 1 for SQL Server 2014 on Thursday.
Microsoft announced new service packs today for its Configuration Manager components of both System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2.