Microsoft used its Microsoft Tech Community forums this week to announce Office 365 product changes and additions.
Microsoft announced the commercial release of Windows Management Framework 5.1 this week, which delivers the latest PowerShell 5.0 improvements.
Microsoft will issue a preview of a new conditional access capability for organizations using SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, starting on Friday.
Microsoft this week announced that a webhooks developer capability for SharePoint Online is now ready for commercial use by developers.
IT spending is expected to rise this year, but how those expenditures are allocated will continue to change with a good chance of surprises.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft today announced a couple of changes on how it plans to deliver Windows security updates for organizations.
Microsoft this week signaled that its SharePoint Framework for developers is in the final testing phases before general release to production environments.
As Microsoft bakes more security features into Windows, officials are telling customers they don't need third-party endpoint protection tools.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft has completed its integration of SharePoint Team Sites with Office 365 Groups, and this new feature is expected to reach all SharePoint Online subscribers by the end of this month.
The year 2017 will bring notable end-of-life milestones for IT shops managing older Microsoft software, such as the 2007 versions of Exchange Server and SharePoint Server.
Microsoft explained this week that the current version 1.2 of the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) for Windows 10 is just for organizations using Windows 10 build 1607, the "anniversary update."
Now that the upgrade has been applied, there's some cleanup and maintenance work to be done.
Here's how to get started deploying a Hyper-V upgrade through PowerShell.
Azure efficiencies depend on initial sizing predictions, proper maintenance and architecture to avoid drinking more than you can handle.
- By Elliot Luber
Microsoft this week unveiled coming licensing additions that will extend patch support for Windows Server or SQL Server products for six more years.