Microsoft is starting to release its Office 365 Planner solution to "first release" beta testers, the company announced on Monday.
Microsoft is attempting to appease some users of its OneDrive storage services after getting negative reactions to planned changes for next year.
Microsoft pulled one of its December updates this week after a few problems occurred with Outlook 2010.
A new Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) program came into existence this week for those seeking Linux on Azure certifications.
Microsoft has added the ability to create and assign custom roles as part of its Azure Active Directory Service.
Microsoft issued a reminder to organizations today that it will be ending product support next month for .NET Framework versions 4, 4.5 and 4.5.1.
Microsoft is updating its Office 365 Groups features this month, adding a few administrative controls for IT pros.
Microsoft announced the "general availability" commercial release today of System Center Configuration Manager 1511.
Browsium today rolled out a new tool for tracking compatibility issues associated with Web applications and browsers.
Microsoft has gone all-in with its Azure Redis Cache service and plans to stop offering a couple of alternative cache services next year.
Microsoft published a few licensing details this month about its forthcoming Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 products.
Microsoft announced this week that its Azure Portal solution has reached the "general availability" milestone.
IT pros mostly are interested in the coming Hyper-V features of Windows Server 2016, a survey published today revealed.
Microsoft issued a preview today of its Azure Container Service for public testing.
Microsoft has added the open source Debian GNU/Linux operating system as an "endorsed distribution" to its Azure Marketplace.
Microsoft added a few enhancements this month to help organizations better address their Internet Explorer app compatibility woes.
Microsoft this week unveiled its Azure-based PowerApps development tools that supposedly make it easier for business users to create or extend corporate Web applications.
Microsoft today announced that some Skype for Business features, as enabled via Office 365 services, are now commercially available.
Microsoft has announced that SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 3 is now available.