Microsoft today announced plans to offer a new Power BI Premium subscription plan, while also previewing a new Power BI apps sharing capability.
Microsoft announced today that efforts to integrate the open source Secure Shell (OpenSSH) protocol with Windows (Win32) are nearing completion.
Microsoft released BizTalk Server 2016 Feature Pack 1 this week.
Microsoft this week announced that it has updated its preview of Azure Active Directory Pass-Through Authentication.
Experts at Microsoft clarified a few more Windows 10 deployment and management matters this week.
Microsoft is previewing a more simplified administrative approach to adding protection settings for documents when using its Azure Information Protection service.
Microsoft has temporarily rolled back an Azure Active Directory login portal change that it had instituted earlier this month.
Microsoft this week described new "update options" for IT pros maintaining computing environments with Windows 10 version 1703, also known as the "creators update."
Microsoft is beginning to release Outlook Customer Manager to Office 365 Business Premium subscribers worldwide.
Organizations can now speed up the performance of their SharePoint Online sites using the newly available Office 365 Public Content Delivery Network.
Microsoft this week announced that a new type of Linux container that runs on Windows Server 2016 will be coming soon.
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A preview of a new Microsoft To-Do Office 365 application was released this week.
Microsoft announced big changes this week on how its Office products will get updated, starting in September.
Microsoft soon will be adding Groups support in Outlook e-mail clients for users of Android, iOS and Mac devices.
Microsoft has streamlined site access for Android and iOS mobile device users with a new password bypass feature addition to the Microsoft Authenticator application.
Microsoft announced today that it plans to acquire Intentional Software.
Microsoft offered a progress report on its PowerApps and Microsoft Flow tools this week.
Microsoft indicated that it has already patched Windows flaws exposed by newly leaked hacking tools, a problem that came to light on Friday.
Microsoft is investigating reports about leaked hacking tools that target older Windows systems.
Microsoft is planning to address confusion for System Center Configuration Manager users when they attempt to defer Windows 10 updates and upgrades.