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.
Microsoft today confirmed that a major Windows 10 feature update will be arriving this summer, although the preview is available today.
Microsoft is broadening the availability of Office 365 Connectors, its feature for end users that's designed to facilitate connecting services and newsfeeds to Office 365 Groups.
Microsoft has started shipping its big-screen Surface Hub videoconferencing and white-boarding products, the company announced today.
Microsoft this week offered guidance on its two main products for managing Windows 10 devices, both desktop and mobile.
Microsoft has ratcheted up IT pro controls to thwart malware that could spread through Office 2016 macros.
SQL Server 2016 Release Candidate (RC) 1 is now available, nearly feature-complete, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft today announced that its latest tool for checking Azure Active Directory synchronization issues is now "generally available."
Microsoft unveiled a new extensions capability for its Edge Web browser this week, but it's just available for limited testing.
Microsoft has extended its Windows 7/8.1 product support on Intel Skylake devices for an additional year.
Microsoft will pull the plug on support for the RC4 cipher used with its Edge and Internet Explorer 11 browsers, starting next month.
Microsoft today started rolling out Windows 10 mobile as a free upgrade for those with Windows Phone 8.1 users.
Organizations awaiting the commercial release of Microsoft's emerging Windows 10 Mobile operating system will face lots of caveats when using Azure Active Directory (AD) for identity and access management.
Microsoft described a new "reporting portal" that's rolling out as early as today for Office 365 subscribers.