The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has taken a position on Windows 10, stating that "Microsoft blatantly disregards user choice and privacy" for those persons using the operating system.
Microsoft today released its first "developer preview" of the SharePoint Framework.
There were no actual software keys involved when anonymous researchers claimed that Microsoft had leaked so-called "golden keys" to the Windows secure boot protection scheme, according to an industry veteran.
Organizations have some Group Policy control options over Microsoft's recently described "Delivery Optimization" update service for Windows 10 clients.
Microsoft will be imposing a monthly update servicing model for users of the Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 operating systems, starting in October.
Microsoft chatted up Azure Stack this week in preparation for its September Ignite conference.
Microsoft's truncated support policy for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users of Intel "Skylake" processors has been rolled back.
Anonymous security researchers are claiming that Microsoft has compromised the Windows "secure boot" protection scheme.
Microsoft this week offered some guidance for organizations dealing with the coming demise of code-based sandbox support in SharePoint sites.
Organizations planning to get the Windows 10 "anniversary update" may also experience a somewhat different client update scheme.
Microsoft announced today that it really is ending RC4 support in its Edge and Internet Explorer 11 browsers.
System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) users could face a somewhat bumpy ride with the arrival of Windows 10 version 1607.
Browsium updated its three Web browser management solutions on Monday and released a new client application that unifies them.
Microsoft is touting its Edge browser improvements with the release this week of the Windows 10 "anniversary update" version 1607 (build 14393.10).
Microsoft has changed the time period associated with operating system rollbacks with Windows 10 version 1607, decreasing it to 10 days.
Organizations now have new privacy policies to observe when using Microsoft's enterprise products, including Microsoft's servers and online services.
Microsoft's augmented reality hardware HoloLens is moving out of the invite-only stage and giving more of the public an opportunity to develop and test the platform.
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The business collaboration and online meetings markets will get a consolidation of sorts with the merger of Citrix's GoTo products with LogMeIn products, forming a new business entity.
IT pros have lots of new materials to plough through when contemplating Microsoft's newest major Windows 10 update release.
Microsoft wants its Windows Journal note-taking app gone because it's considered to be a security risk.