Microsoft plans to end Access Services for SharePoint Online, starting in June.
Microsoft's Lifecycle Support policies may pose problems for IT pros if a trend toward dropping support without notice should gain steam.
Microsoft announced this week that it has changed its support policy for the Edge role on Exchange Server 2016, but only when it's used on Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft announced the availability of a new Windows PowerShell module this week that adds reporting capabilities for Windows operating systems maintained using Desired State Configuration (DSC).
Microsoft has extended the life of Windows Server 2012, publishing new end-of-support dates.
Microsoft this week announced that organizations running SharePoint Server 2013 in their datacenters now can direct user site creation requests to Office 365 services.
Microsoft this week announced plans to release a preview of Microsoft Flow integrated with the "modern" SharePoint command bar.
Microsoft today announced a preview of a new Azure Active Directory management option that's designed to thwart "data leakage" scenarios.
Windows Server on ARM processors is starting to seem like it's more than just a pipe dream, at least when it comes to Microsoft's datacenters and partner efforts.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint Online user experience improvements that are starting to arrive for Office 365 users.
Now that Microsoft Azure has become a robust PaaS platform by offering a lot of additional services, using the provider-hosted add-in approach, not app transformation, is the way to go.
- By Oliver Wirkus
Microsoft this month started selling "Premium Assurance" coverage plans for both Windows Server and SQL Server.
Microsoft's SharePoint Framework reached "general availability" status on Thursday.
Microsoft had some SharePoint news to tell this week, along with a few product roadmap hints.
In a surprise move, Microsoft on Tuesday released security updates to the Adobe Flash Player that's integrated with Windows systems.