Security and patch management software vendor Shavlik offered its views about this week's Patch Tuesday release event, which will bring a world of changes for busy IT pros.
Microsoft today offered a few more details about the cumulative update model that will be arriving for all supported Windows systems on Oct. 11.
While Microsoft has finally provided a way to share content in SharePoint Online, there are some limitations.
Microsoft offered a progress report this week on its OneDrive for Business improvements, sharing mobile, browser, synchronization and IT enhancements.
Microsoft announced this week that it is planning to deliver its first Feature Pack for SharePoint Server 2016 in November.
Microsoft unveiled a few details about its emerging flagship enterprise products today as it kicked off its Ignite event for IT pros in Atlanta.
Microsoft has released a near final tool this week for organizations considering switching from SharePoint Server 2013 on premises to using the SharePoint Online service.
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Microsoft is appealing to organizations to stop using Server Message Block (SMB) version 1.
Recall earlier scripts to save a ton of time.
Reaction to Microsoft's new SharePoint Framework is mixed, though mostly positive because it coexists with old development models.
- By Christian Buckley
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