Microsoft is appealing to organizations to stop using Server Message Block (SMB) version 1.
Microsoft this week offered some good news, along with some bad news, about Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Service Pack 2.
Microsoft announced this week that it's planning to initiate a new limited-time blocking scheme for out-of-date Adobe Flash ActiveX used in its Internet Explorer 11 browser.
Recall earlier scripts to save a ton of time.
Microsoft today initiated a blocking process to address potential "account overlap" issues when end users sign up to access Microsoft services.
Microsoft and Ping Identity announced a partnership today that could help organizations that need to authenticate users that are trying to access older ("legacy") Web applications.
Microsoft will be broadening discussion of its Upgrade Analytics preview solution by making its technical team available for questions, starting this week.
Microsoft unveiled a preview today of its Azure portal's new Azure Active Directory features for administrators.
While the update isn't a groundbreaking next step for Microsoft's latest OS, it did a handful of smaller changes that improve usability.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft on Friday offered advice for organizations using System Center Configuration Manager when they are considering upgrading to Windows 10 version 1607.
Microsoft has started turning on a new guest capability in Office 365 groups.
Microsoft plans to commercially offer its Azure Active Directory Identity Protection service and its Azure Active Directory Privileged Identity Management service, starting on Sept. 15.
The forthcoming release of System Center Operations Manager 2016 will provide administrators with scheduled maintenance, improved support for management packs, alert tuning and support for the new Windows Server Nano configuration option.
The release of Windows Server 2016 will bring a new option of building apps based on micro-services that run in Docker and other standard containers. Does that portend the end of the VM?
- By Michael Otey
Microsoft announced this month that it will stop providing updates for its SmartScreen e-mail spam filters on Nov. 1.