Microsoft highlighted resources this week designed to make it easier for organizations to tap its Azure datacenter services in so-called "hybrid" approaches.
Microsoft announced the "general availability" of its Azure Active Directory Business-to-Business service today, along with the GA rollout of the Azure AD Business-to-Consumer service in Europe.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of the Windows 10 "creators update," along with security updates and some product deprecations.
Administrators can now set policies and controls that can be tracked for compliance with new data loss prevention tools in SharePoint Server 2016.
- By Jasson Walker
Microsoft is pounding the nails into the coffins of its deprecated Windows Azure Active Directory Sync and Azure AD Sync tools.
Eliminating passwords by configuring settings and policies with Windows Hello or the picture-tracking option will create more secure authentication to devices and Active Directory.
Microsoft announced plans today to acquire Deis, a startup company that offers open source tools and training to facilitate Kubernetes use.
Windows 10 resources for IT pros opened up this week as Microsoft prepares to deliver the "creators update" (version 1703) on Tuesday.
Microsoft is planning to activate the use of two additional characters this year in file and folder names for its SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business applications.
Microsoft today announced three new tools for IT pros managing Office 365 Groups.
Microsoft claims to be working on a new remote management option for Windows Server 2016 users.
Microsoft added some Office 365 capabilities this month, including administrative tools for IT pros and a preview of Microsoft Graph reporting APIs.
When Microsoft introduced its bot platform and started talking up "Conversation as a Service" last year at Build, it was the birth of the company’s bot-mania.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft's Lifecycle Support policies may pose problems for IT pros if a trend toward dropping support without notice should gain steam.
With so many different tools and apps falling under the Office 365 umbrella, Microsoft's next step should be unifying them under one pane of glass.