The Microsoft Forms service became available as a preview test release this month for commercial Office 365 users.
The integration of Cortana can help with keeping track of e-mails to follow up on.
Office 365 artificial intelligence API may help individual users manage content complexity in the next wave of SharePoint releases that use Microsoft Graph.
- By Elliot Luber
Testing Windows 10 releases is largely becoming a thing of the past, at least for Microsoft.
Microsoft today explained how it works with its antivirus software vendor partners, offering an oblique rebuff to recent complaints.
Microsoft announced this week that it is ending future support for its long-running Security Compliance Manager tool.
Microsoft plans to improve the behavior of the Recoverable Items folder for Exchange Server 2016 users when it releases Cumulative Update 6.
Microsoft today issued an announcement warning that current Exchange Server versions don't support the newly released .NET Framework 4.7 and that organizations using the server should block the installation of the new framework for the time being.
Microsoft released June security updates today, but it also included "critical" updates for unsupported Windows systems to address "potential nation-state activity."
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is now easier to use and offers improved mobile device management and support for Office 365
With the introduction of the Flow tool in Office 365, workflows can be created just as easily as it was in SharePoint.
Microsoft Intune, as managed through the Azure Portal, has reached "general availability" status and now supports conditional access settings, Microsoft announced today.
Jan. 14, 2020, is less than three years away, and yet every credible survey of the current installed base of PCs shows Windows 7 remains the most popular OS by a substantial majority.
Azure Active Directory now supports conditional access policies when used with Microsoft Teams, as well as the Azure Portal.
One API to access all of your data in the Microsoft Cloud? We’re remarkably close to that reality. Here’s what you need to know to start building applications with the Microsoft Graph API.
- By Terrence Dorsey