Microsoft gave notice on its older Active Directory synchronization tools, giving IT pros almost a year to move to its newer Azure Active Directory Connect tool.
Microsoft is previewing Skype voice and video communications using its Edge browser without the use of browser plug-ins.
The popularity of Office 365 applications and services among organizations remains high, according to new survey results.
Microsoft gave notice this week that Exchange Server 2007 will be falling out of support in less than a year.
Microsoft announced some OneDrive for Business improvements coming this week and later this year.
Microsoft explained a bit more this week how its Edge Web browser will enable access without passwords.
Microsoft signaled the end of support today for its SQL Server 2005 product.
Microsoft now has a Windows 10 resource page describing current and future capabilities of the operating system.
Microsoft announced on Friday that Window 10 version 1511 had transitioned from a "current branch" (CB) release to a "current branch for business" (CBB) release.
Microsoft's Office news this week includes new "Calendar Apps" for Outlook, plus the rollout of Delve Analytics.
Microsoft is now selling its Cloud App Security service.
Microsoft inched away from Adobe Flash this week with a new "auto-pause" capability that's available in preview with the Microsoft Edge browser.
Microsoft today released a preview of its Windows 10 "anniversary update" to early testers.
Microsoft indicated late last week that it will build Hyper-V containers natively into Windows 10.
Microsoft gave a progress report this week on its relatively new Edge browser.
More than 38 percent of organizations have upgraded to the latest System Center Configuration Manager update release, Microsoft reported today.
Microsoft's SQL Server engineering team wants IT pros to keep up with cumulative update installations.
The DevOps message was in force this week at Microsoft's Build event.
Microsoft had more developer news on Day 2 of its Build event, this time mostly focused on its Azure cloud computing resources.
Microsoft explained a little more about its support for the Bash shell on Windows, as unveiled during its Build keynote talk on Wednesday.