Windows 10 and Windows Server versions 1903 were released this week, but Microsoft also issued some notes for IT pros to consider.
The news associated with Microsoft's recent SharePoint Conference was the typical dense affair.
The newest "semiannual channel release" versions of both Windows 10 and Windows Server are now generally available.
Microsoft released a preview of Windows Server Containers on the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Microsoft announced a couple of Azure Active Directory enhancements this week regarding password lengths and new conditional access controls for IT pros.
Microsoft this week described Attack Surface Analyzer 2.0, an updated tool for checking software installations that's now built using open source code.
Microsoft is again promoting its HyperClear Hyper-V hypervisor technology as a potential balm for organizations trying to come to grips with Intel's latest speculative execution side-channel attack disclosures.
Microsoft released its May security updates on "update Tuesday," but a patching vortex also opened up as Intel disclosed new processor vulnerabilities.
Microsoft this week announced an early preview of an Identity Overlay Network (ION) that's part of its decentralized identities (DID) effort.
Microsoft on Thursday announced an "early preview" of Visual Studio App Center Auth, which lets developers build user authentication processes into their applications.
A "Critical"-rated vulnerability in SharePoint Server versions that Microsoft issued a patch for back in March is now getting actively targeted, according to some security authorities.
Microsoft this week laid out security advice for organizations, which included some best-practice guidelines for IT pros.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced added options for IT pros managing BitLocker-encrypted drives on devices.
Microsoft this week announced that the Azure Red Hat OpenShift service is now "generally available."
Microsoft this week announced the new Microsoft Identity Platform as its latest means for adding identity support to applications.
Amid the Build news this week, some quiet open source tools bombshells were dropped by Microsoft.
Developers have four distinct platform opportunities from Microsoft, according to Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO.
Microsoft announced some Teams news this week, including clarifications about its Commercial Cloud Trial, and a coming Teams communications blocking capability called "Information Barriers."
Microsoft this week announced a couple of previews for IT pros using the Azure Active Directory identity and access management service.
Microsoft announced this week that part of its new threat-hunting service for organizations has reached the "general availability" (GA) commercial release stage.