The forthcoming release of System Center Operations Manager 2016 will provide administrators with scheduled maintenance, improved support for management packs, alert tuning and support for the new Windows Server Nano configuration option.
Microsoft late last week announced that its cloud-based security solution, Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) version 1.7, is now available.
The release of Windows Server 2016 will bring a new option of building apps based on micro-services that run in Docker and other standard containers. Does that portend the end of the VM?
- By Michael Otey
Some new SharePoint Online and Office 365 Groups enhancements for end users are coming soon, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft this week reiterated its adapt-or-die message to IT pros responsible for keeping Windows clients and servers updated and patched.
Microsoft is touting Windows Server 2016 in preparation for its Ignite conference next month, where the new server will make its debut.
The HPE HC 250 puts the Microsoft cloud platform system in a box with Windows Server, System Center and the Windows Azure Pack portal.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft today released its first "developer preview" of the SharePoint Framework.
Microsoft will be imposing a monthly update servicing model for users of the Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 operating systems, starting in October.
Microsoft chatted up Azure Stack this week in preparation for its September Ignite conference.
Knowing what and when to collect user information is critical
Microsoft this week offered some guidance for organizations dealing with the coming demise of code-based sandbox support in SharePoint sites.
Going the PowerShell route will save you time when creating a large batch of new Active Directory users.
Microsoft announced last Friday that it is pulling support for a capability that lets organizations use a server-based sandbox to run managed code for SharePoint Online sites.
Implementing Microsoft's new StorSimple Virtual Array offers a more practical and affordable approach to using Microsoft Azure as a cloud-based target for backup and disaster recovery.
- By Paul Ferrill