Microsoft's free tool lets IT keep an eye on the overall health of an on-premises Active Directory environment through Office 365.
From the growth of home AI to Microsoft's stepped up approach to battling ransomware, here's where technology and IT might be headed in the next 12 months.
While Brien didn't get a perfect grade when it came to his 2016 predictions, he was on the money with the majority of his premonitions.
While more ways to collaborate is always nice, is there such a thing as too many tools?
While it definitely feels like a product still in development, the experience left me impressed and hopeful for the technology's future.
Groups brings together the best features and functionality of multiple Microsoft services under one roof.
With a company as large as Microsoft, you would think it's datacenter would be massive. You would be right.
Microsoft's Productivity App Discovery tool will let you monitor firewall logs for suspicious cloud app activity.
The integration of the open source platform in many facets of Microsoft means that Windows IT pros may need to update their skill sets.
Microsoft has made strides in integrating Yammer with its cloud offering.
The application makes it (somewhat) easy to upload photographic data to Office 365.
The ability to send bulk text messages could be beneficial to businesses -- and not only to those that want to send out mass SPAM content.
While Microsoft has finally provided a way to share content in SharePoint Online, there are some limitations.
At first it might sound impractical for an enterprise setting, but there are quite a few ways in which augmented reality can be used by professionals.
With the direction Microsoft has been going under Nadella, look for third-party partnerships to be a big theme at next week's show.