Microsoft has advanced its Workplace Join support for devices running the Android operating system.
Today's release also includes a bulletin that addresses the Windows 8.1 zero-day flaw that was discovered by Google.
In more than three decades of closely observing Microsoft, there's never been a year as unpredictable as the past 12 months in Redmond.
- By Mary Jo Foley
The company cited that the general lack of interest by organizations led to the change.
The improved and replaced cert, now available, is called MCSE: Enterprise Devices and Apps.
- By Greg Shields
Microsoft has added a data deduplication capability to its System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager product.
Microsoft plans to deliver .NET Framework 4.5.2, along with Language Packs, on "patch Tuesday" next week.
Here's what to expect from Microsoft this year
Is Microsoft finally preparing a version of Hyper-V that can compete with VMware?
Today's release looks to fix 25 flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer and Office.
Microsoft may be planning to drop another SharePoint Online feature.
Microsoft has enabled video calling capability between Lync and Skype.
Windows 10's next iteration will be a "January technical preview" release that's expected to appear sometime next month, according to a press report.
What a difference a year has made for Microsoft.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft quietly raised the price of its Professional Support services for its U.S. software customers to $499 per incident.