How a focus on DevOps is helping Microsoft win the loyalty of incumbent dev shops as they move increasingly to mobile app development.
- By Michael Desmond
Better backups, checkpoints and security are highlights of the latest version.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
Microsoft's Directory Services team has now published a more thorough explanation about how a June security patch, MS16-072, will change Group Policy functionality for organizations.
Microsoft today released its SharePoint mobile application for Apple iOS devices.
With the scan conducting more than 70 tests, the results could be a bit difficult to follow.
With new features built into the latest release, along with tighter integration with Office 365 and OneDrive, it's easier than ever to discover, collaborate and share documents in SharePoint.
One of Microsoft's 17 patch Tuesday security releases issued this month has caused problems with Group Policy Object settings for some organizations that applied it.
The key factors for deciding whether to use Microsoft's content management system online through the cloud, on-premises using your own hardware, or managed via an IaaS provider.
Microsoft is starting to deliver its "modern document libraries" user experience improvements in SharePoint Online to its Office 365 commercial subscribers, which is happening as early as this month.
How to configure and administer Windows Server 2016, including the Nano configuration, with Microsoft's forthcoming Azure-based Remote Server Management Tools option.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft's "convenience rollups" for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 aren't playing well with some VMware virtual machines (VMs), the two companies warned this week.
Windows Server 2016 TP4 and TP5 now support Docker containers. Learn what this means for the future of IT system and application architectures and how to set up and manage a host using Windows PowerShell.
- By Michael Otey
Microsoft's latest database platform arrived on schedule on Wednesday.
Office 365 updates will be arriving to Microsoft's business subscribers this month.
Microsoft today announced the availability of so-called "convenience rollups" for Windows 7 Service Pack 1, as well as Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.