Azure Active Directory now supports the setting of macOS device conditional access policies using Microsoft Intune, Microsoft announced on Tuesday.
Microsoft announced a preview of Skype Professional Account this week, which adds scheduling and billing tools for Skype consumer service users who leverage it for small business purposes.
Microsoft today offered a snapshot of its Azure Active Directory service and how organizations are using it, based on October stats.
Microsoft announced a preview of a new Azure ExpressRoute monitoring capability last week.
System Center version 1711 preview is now available for download, Microsoft announced this week.
The Project Olympus specification is now complete and being used in product designs by hardware vendors, Microsoft announced today.
Microsoft today announced partnerships with Bitdefender, Lookout and Ziften to integrate their threat protection services into the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service.
Microsoft demonstrated today how its "free" Windows Analytics tools can support getting ready for Windows 10 deployments.
Most organizations (82 percent) typically use the premises-installed Microsoft Office productivity suite products, according to an industry survey of 1,168 IT pros.
Microsoft today described Windows 10 Internet of Things (IoT) "fall creators update" features that were added.
Microsoft's various 2019-branded server products are planned for release in "late 2018," according to a recent talk.
Microsoft's coming Surface Pro laptop with Long Term Evolution (LTE) Advanced connectivity will ship in "December 2017," the company announced today.
Organizations using Azure Active Directory with federation should make a configuration change to take advantage of newly added resilience improvements, Microsoft advised late last week.
The Microsoft Intune service, as managed using the Azure Portal, now has a new troubleshooting capability, Microsoft announced this month.
Microsoft this week announced progress with Skype Room Systems (SRS) products built by its hardware partners.
Microsoft on Thursday reported $24.5 billion in revenues for its first FY18 quarter, more than $1 billion higher than analysts had forecast.
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Microsoft this week gave assurances that phones certified to work with its Skype for Business Online service will continue to work when capabilities get transitioned over to the Microsoft Teams service.
Microsoft is no longer manufacturing Kinect cameras, according to a press account today, citing Microsoft officials.
Microsoft today announced previews of new services aimed at making Kubernetes on Azure easier to manage for developers and IT pros.
Microsoft today described some of its upcoming roadmap milestones for bringing Skype for Business capabilities into Microsoft Teams.