By modifying Microsoft's provided Powershell patching code, applying updates to multiple Nano Servers can be simplified.
Microsoft is approaching an interesting and potentially difficult inflection point with Windows.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft announced today that efforts to integrate the open source Secure Shell (OpenSSH) protocol with Windows (Win32) are nearing completion.
Now that SharePoint is ripe for "app modernization," the next step is to decide which architecture is best to support enterprise requirements in terms of scalability and maintainability.
- By Oliver Wirkus
Organizations can now speed up the performance of their SharePoint Online sites using the newly available Office 365 Public Content Delivery Network.
Microsoft this week announced that a new type of Linux container that runs on Windows Server 2016 will be coming soon.
- By Scott Bekker
While there are many methods for applying patches, going through PowerShell is the most straightforward way to get the job done.
Microsoft indicated that it has already patched Windows flaws exposed by newly leaked hacking tools, a problem that came to light on Friday.
Microsoft is investigating reports about leaked hacking tools that target older Windows systems.
Microsoft highlighted resources this week designed to make it easier for organizations to tap its Azure datacenter services in so-called "hybrid" approaches.
Administrators can now set policies and controls that can be tracked for compliance with new data loss prevention tools in SharePoint Server 2016.
- By Jasson Walker
Microsoft is planning to activate the use of two additional characters this year in file and folder names for its SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business applications.
Microsoft claims to be working on a new remote management option for Windows Server 2016 users.
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.