Microsoft has put the finishing touches on SharePoint Server 2016, which shares more common features and integration with Office 365.
Office Online Server will be "essential" for SharePoint Server 2016, Microsoft indicated late last week.
SharePoint Server 2016 reached its "release-to-manufacturing" (RTM) milestone today.
Microsoft's foray into containers will offer two deployment options -- Windows and Hyper-V. This is an exploration of both.
Best practices in securing your enterprise Windows Server-based certificate authority to ensure all resources are trusted.
Microsoft reportedly expects its SharePoint Server 2016 "release-to-manufacturing" milestone to happen on March 14.
Microsoft is planning to deliver its Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.0 release-to-manufacturing (RTM) version by the end of this month, which also will bring PowerShell 5.0 with it.
Microsoft isn't shortening its Windows Server 2012 product lifecycle support policies for servers using Intel Skylake processors, but it is shortening them for Windows Embedded 7/8.1 devices using those chips.
As organizations shift from SharePoint on-premises to SaaS applications such as Office 365 SharePoint Online, it's important to embrace the rapidly changing APIs and the shift to DevOps.
Microsoft announced Office 365 improvements on Wednesday, including improved auditing plus the expansion of some service limitations.
Microsoft on Tuesday released a preview of tools for managing Nano Server, a Windows Server 2016 deployment option.
The Resilient File System (ReFS) v2 in Windows Server 2016 TP4 still isn't faster than NTFS -- not surprising at this stage of its development, though its block-cloning feature is highly optimized for virtualized workloads.
- By Paul Ferrill
An industry study found that that most organizations used SharePoint Server on premises in 2015, rather than the SharePoint Online service.
Because the forthcoming Microsoft Nano Server doesn't have a GUI, here's how to create configuration scripts with the built-in Desired State Configuration in Windows PowerShell.
Why SharePoint professionals need to embrace SharePoint's new API model of development and deployment.