Installing the new Windows Server management tool is easy enough, but figuring out how to make it work for you will take some time and experimentation.
Microsoft plans to add a Standard edition when it rolls out its Skype for Business Server 2019 product this year, according to a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
Microsoft this week released a new "SharePoint Build to Build Update Playbook" for IT pros who update SharePoint Server installations.
Microsoft this week started delivering a Files Restore feature for OneDrive for Business users, along with other Office 365 advancements at the test level.
Microsoft this week indicated that its current Windows Server test release for Windows Insider participants now supports in-place upgrades, message queuing for containers and smaller Server Core base images.
Microsoft kicked off a video series describing Windows client management using System Center Configuration Manager, in a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft added improvements to Storage Spaces Direct in its latest test-build preview release of Windows Server.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint improvements last week, including the "general availability" of the SharePoint Migration Tool.
PowerShell Core 6.0 is now at released at the "generally availability" stage and is ready for use in production environments, Microsoft announced today.
Microsoft this week advanced the calling capabilities of its Office 365 Teams collaboration service by adding more Skype for Business capabilities to it.
December 12 marked Microsoft's last "update Tuesday" for this year.
Microsoft's new Advanced Threat Analytics 1.8 applies the company's latest advances in AI and machine learning to protect against ransomware and other malicious activity.
Microsoft this week published new OneDrive Sync Client tutorials for end users at a support page.
Microsoft announced today that its Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection service is now commercially available for use with SharePoint Online, OneDrive and Teams.
In no particular order, I'm going to note the most-overlooked happenings from 2017.
- By Mary Jo Foley