Microsoft described Outlook improvements this week, along with other Office 365 news.
Microsoft has added Windows Update to its emerging Server Management Tools, which are currently available at the preview stage.
Microsoft's emerging Nano Server deployment option can't be managed using Group Policy controls, the company noted this week, in an announcement.
Microsoft has bolstered its Azure Active Directory Domain Services offering, which is currently at the preview stage.
Microsoft today released Office Online Server to its MSDN subscribers.
Microsoft sent a message to Windows 10 upgrade holdouts this week that its free upgrade offer will be ending on July 29.
Microsoft has announced a fix today for its flawed update, known as "KB3148812".
Microsoft has limited the ability of IT pros to control Windows Store access with the Windows 10 Pro edition, according to a report.
SharePoint Server 2016 and Office Online Server have reached "general availability" status as of May 4.
Microsoft today announced that its next SQL Server version will hit general availability status on June 1.
Microsoft's Internet browsers will stop trusting Web sites using SHA-1 certificates for security, starting this summer.
Microsoft plans to move its Intune Service Health mobile management dashboard into its Office 365 management portal.
Microsoft announced a public preview of its PowerApps developer tools solutions today, plus a new Microsoft Flow component.
Microsoft announced some mobile application management progress this week for its Intune service.
Microsoft today announced that Technical Preview 5 for both Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 can now be downloaded and tested.
Microsoft today turned on a new "external groups" collaboration feature in its Yammer enterprise social networking service.
An initial preview of Microsoft's emerging Skype for Business for Mac client is available today, but it's just for invite-only IT pro testers.
Microsoft is advising organizations running Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to defer installing its update KB3148812, which was released earlier this week.
Microsoft and Google are said to be burying the hatchet when it comes to filing legal complaints against each other via government regulatory agencies.
On Thursday, Microsoft said it expects a higher effective tax rate from licensing shifts and revenue deferrals, along with lower-than-expected earnings per share (EPS), during its quarterly earnings report.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz