Microsoft rolled out previews today of three coming Skype for Business capabilities for Office 365 subscribers.
Windows Server 2003 likely won't be totally gone from datacenters until mid-2018, according to an industry study.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced "PowerShell for Office 365," a new Web resource for IT pros.
SharePoint Server 2016 will be a very cloud-inspired product when commercially released next year.
Microsoft turned on its Azure Key Vault service this week for commercial use.
IT pros largely won't be rolling out Windows 10 at a brisk pace when the new operating system gets released this year, according to a recent industry survey.
Office Apps for Android smartphones and tablets are now generally available.
Microsoft commercially released its Azure Active Directory Connect tool today.
Microsoft announced this week that it is adding two improvements to its Office 365 service incident communication process.
Microsoft changed course and has extended support for Windows Server AppFabric 1.1 for another seven years.
Organizations faced with Windows Server 2003 upgrade issues and considering Microsoft's Custom Support Agreements (CSAs) to tide them over got some independent guidance this month.
Software containerization is about to get some order and standardization under the direction of a new industry consortium called the Open Container Project.
Microsoft notified its Windows 10 preview test-program participants today that they can still continue as "Windows Insider" testers even after the operating system's July 29 commercial release.
Microsoft enabled mobile device management and mobile application management capabilities in its Outlook clients today for both Android and iOS devices.
Browsium released Ion 3.5 today, with multiple enhancements to the company's browser management and Web app remediation tool.
Looking to fill a key hole in its infrastructure and mobility management stack, VMware on Monday became the latest major IT infrastructure player to launch a single sign-on SSO offering.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft announced last week that it is going live with some new Office 365 and Exchange Online improvements for IT pros.
Box has integrated its storage service with Office Online, the two companies announced today.
Microsoft is planning to compel organizations to install updates to Windows 10 by a certain period of time.
Microsoft plans to release Azure Active Directory Connect commercially in "the next week or two."