Listening to what users want and tackling the cloud in a unique fashion has helped to gain some of the SharePoint shine that might have been lost in the past few years.
- By Christian Buckley
Microsoft this week released September cumulative updates (CUs) for both SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2010.
Multiple memory corruption flaws look to be fixed with this month's Patch Tuesday offering.
Microsoft released InfoPath 2013 this month as a standalone application.
The second Technical Preview of Microsoft Windows Server 2016 provided us with the first glimpse of Microsoft's scaled-down Windows Server deployment.
It's time to evaluate Microsoft's true relationship with the open source community.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
A leopard can't change its spots, but Microsoft's embrace of open source looks to prove otherwise. Critics in the community have their doubts, but business realities are changing the climate in Redmond.
- By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
Microsoft noted today that its Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 (TP3) release has some installation nuances to note.
Microsoft today released SharePoint Server 2016 "IT preview," as well as a preview of a new "cloud hybrid search" Office 365 capability.
Microsoft and Mesosphere announced today that they are collaborating to bring the open source Apache Mesos datacenter orchestration solution into Windows Server.
Microsoft today released its Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 10.
While both will get the job done, one is better suited for those doing some heavy duty content management.
Microsoft released an out-of-band update for all supported versions of Internet Explorer today after active attacks using the hole have been seen in the wild.
Organizations may want to avoid Microsoft's OneDrive for Business for now.
SharePoint deployment decisions depend on the business case, and there are lots of factors to weigh.