Microsoft this week announced a new Azure Active Directory group-based license management scheme that's at the preview stage, plus Azure AD integration with Slack.
In a surprise move, Microsoft on Tuesday released security updates to the Adobe Flash Player that's integrated with Windows systems.
While the new capabilities to protect Office 365 users from malicious e-mails are welcome, they're only available for those who are paying for the more expensive subscription model.
When antimalware software isn't up to the challenge, it's time to take care of the problem manually.
Microsoft quietly updated a Feb. 14 announcement explaining the delay of its February security updates to state that the updates will now be arriving on March 14, or the next "update Tuesday."
Microsoft explained a bit how imaging works under its Volume Licensing program during a recent SmartDeploy online presentation.
Microsoft has delayed its "patch Tuesday" security update release that was expected to arrive today.
Microsoft has announced that Office 365 Secure Score API, the company's security analytics tool aimed at evaluating data risk levels in the cloud service, is now available for commercial Office 365 users.
Microsoft announced a partnership with SailPoint this month on Azure AD governance.
Microsoft clarified earlier this month that the end-of-support date for Windows 10 version 1507 will occur sometime in May, not in March as previously suggested.
Brien troubleshoots how to fix a naming error when the error is the actual problem.
Verizon, an Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) service partner with Microsoft, now provides HTTPS support for custom domains, Microsoft announced this week.
Battle quickly shrinking storage space by deleting and compacting physical disks.
Microsoft this week announced of a few new capabilities for Microsoft Flow, its workflow automation tool.
Microsoft announced a public preview today of a new Azure Active Directory capability that could simplify identity and access networking issues for some organizations.