Microsoft announced some Azure management developments this week, including a new feature release, plus a few previews.
Microsoft is previewing the ability to impose "conditional access" restrictions on devices running the Apple macOS operating system.
Google this week announced a new Chrome Enterprise license, its latest effort to bring the Chrome OS operating system and Chromebook laptops into the business world.
Here's how to get Hyper-V's management tools configured to manage connections in five steps.
Microsoft Flow provides SharePoint Online with more robust and reliable workflows than BCS, and the new administrative tool ensures they're in compliance with your organization's data loss prevention policies if you take the following steps.
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While catastrophic if done incorrectly (always back up!), the editing the registry is the only solution to problems that Active Directory tools can't fix.
Microsoft quietly announced late last week that some editions of Windows 10 will lose file and disk creation capabilities using the Resilient File System (ReFS).
Microsoft announced plans today that it will be winding down support for its Team Foundation Server product when it's used with SharePoint Server.
IT departments coming to grips with faster arriving Windows 10 updates have a new resource.
Microsoft started rolling out an update this week to its Azure Log Analytics service that promises to bring improved search, plus a new query language.
CoreOS Inc. today released Tectonic 1.7.1, its Kubernetes management solution that is now supported on Microsoft Azure public cloud infrastructure for the very first time.
While the feature can be a useful aid for identifying both positive and negative employee work trends, it also could lead to organizations spying on employees just a little too closely.
Microsoft highlighted a couple of Azure security and management tools this week.
Role-based access control capabilities are now available for the Intune mobile management service, Microsoft announced today.
Microsoft last week explained more about how its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is getting removed and also how it is getting integrated into the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service.