Starting in October, Microsoft 365 will cover a larger swath of customers with extended licensing options.
- By Scott Bekker
With the help of PowerShell, Hyper-V management is simplified when actions can be performed in bulk.
Microsoft disclosed SharePoint and OneDrive progress this week, which also included a brief mention of a coming SharePoint Server 2019 product, among many other details.
Microsoft affirmed this week that Windows Server 2016 version 1709 will arrive in "early October," kicking off the first "semi-annual channel" release for the product.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella kicked off Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference with a keynote focusing on the company's focus on quantum computing.
- By Scott Bekker
Microsoft offered a bit of surprise by signaling that it's solidly behind producing graphical user interface tools for managing Windows Server.
Microsoft this week briefly showed access and security improvements that will be coming to Remote Desktop Services.
Microsoft on Wednesday described how its next major release of Windows Server 2016 will have improvements for running containers.
Microsoft is delivering the SharePoint Framework to organizations running SharePoint Server 2016 by releasing Feature Pack 2 today.
The Microsoft PowerShell team is planning to reshape its Desired State Configuration solutions, replacing them with a single cross-platform tool that supports both Windows and Linux.
Microsoft today announced that the schemas used with BizTalk Server are now open source code.
The Windows Server 2016 "Insider" preview Build 16237 of the fall update only supports Server Core deployments and a stripped-down Nano Server option with improvements to Hyper-V, RDMA for trusted guests and support for persistent memory.
Microsoft is promising to describe new details this month about hyperconverged infrastructure improvements that will be coming to the next major release of Windows Server 2016.
Despite Microsoft patching many of the security vulnerabilities, including the one that led to the WannaCry attack, it's a smart move to disable the protocol to avoid future security headaches.
Microsoft today announced plans to support the use of SATADOM boot drives with future Windows Server 2016 update releases, although an initial testing phase is still required.