Microsoft on Wednesday offered clarifications on its monthly Windows operating system update release process, and described how IT pros should think about it.
PowerShell Core 6.1 is expected to hit "general availability" at the end of this month, but compatibility with some Windows PowerShell modules will lag.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that System Center Configuration Manager update 1806 will be arriving in the next few weeks.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced another test build of Windows Server 2019 (build 17723), which includes a new bandwidth control scheme, plus Kubernetes additions.
Microsoft released updates to .NET Framework versions on Monday to address problems caused by its botched July 10 patches, but they only address some Windows systems.
Microsoft announced on Monday that its Microsoft Edge browser now supports the Web Authentication spec at the preview stage.
Microsoft on Monday announced a preview of IT roles management improvements in the Azure Portal for organizations using the Azure Active Directory identity and access management service.
Microsoft this week announced that it will be changing how Team Sites and Communication Sites get created by end users in a coming update to SharePoint Online for Office 365 users.
Organizations that applied Microsoft's July 10 "update Tuesday" Windows patches may have experienced SQL Server failures after rebooting their servers.
Microsoft on Thursday announced a preview release of Azure Active Directory Activity Logs, which show up in Azure Monitor.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a public preview release of SharePoint Server 2019.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that "commercial previews" of Exchange Server 2019 and Skype for Business Server 2019 are now available.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of System Center version 1807, its latest semiannual channel update to its suite of management tools.
Microsoft acknowledged that some organizations were adversely affected by the .NET Framework monthly updates that were released almost two weeks ago on "update Tuesday" (July 10).
Microsoft this week announced that its Azure File Sync service, used for enabling centralized file shares, has reached "general availability" status.
Microsoft this week added a preview of a graphical code editor within its Azure Cloud Shell developer tools.
Microsoft's July 10 "update Tuesday" patches negatively affected organizations using Lync Server 2013, Skype for Business Server 2015 and Exchange Server, Microsoft admitted this week.
Microsoft announced on Monday that Azure Service Fabric Mesh, a "serverless" means of hosting applications, is now available as a public preview.
The Remote Desktop Web client for Windows Server is now ready for use in production environments, having reached the "general availability" stage on Monday.
Researchers disclosed a new variant 1-type Spectre attack method earlier this week, but Microsoft's software apparently isn't affected by it.