Microsoft and Mesosphere announced today that they are collaborating to bring the open source Apache Mesos datacenter orchestration solution into Windows Server.
Microsoft today released its Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10.
Microsoft today released its third "technical preview" of its next System Center management suite.
Microsoft released an out-of-band update for all supported versions of Internet Explorer today after active attacks using the hole have been seen in the wild.
The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Update 1 solution was released on Monday, with notable support for Windows 10 deployments.
Microsoft today released its next suite of desktop management tools for enterprises, called "Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2015."
Microsoft announced this week that it is working on a more team-oriented Yammer, and it will be bringing along some mobile app improvements, too.
Microsoft announced a preview this week of its next-generation programming model that aims to consolidate user sign-ins with Azure Active Directory (AD) and Microsoft account.
Microsoft this week began accepting applications for the preview program of its Skype for Business apps for iOS and Android mobile devices.
Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 will be arriving this month, along with new Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10.
Microsoft's DVD Player for Windows 10 is now available in the Windows Store, but it's just free for some users.
Recent media reports have been citing bandwidth hits from Windows 10 updates, even when PC upgrades weren't scheduled.
The Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 product hit "general availability" release status today, meaning that it's available for commercial deployments.
It's been just seven days since Microsoft had its official launch of Windows 10 on July 29, but today the company issued its "first" cumulative update to the new operating system.
Microsoft's Sway presentation and design solution is now generally available worldwide for certain Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft today released updates to its latest System Center Configuration Manager products that will enable Windows 10 operating system deployments, but a few Windows 10 tools are still lagging.
Organizations will face a continuous update process with Windows 10 and IT pros should start setting up test groups now that that new operating system has been released.
Microsoft released Windows 10 on Wednesday, but some aspects may seem a bit sketchy for organizations considering making the move.
Organizations thinking about deploying the Windows 10 operating system will have to plow through a lot of fine print, as usual, but some business features just aren't available yet.
Windows 10, Microsoft's newest (and possibly last) OS release, is now broadly available for download and purchase.
- By Scott Bekker