Windows Insider Program testers got a new preview build of Windows Server 2019 this week.
Microsoft announced last week that it's now possible to use Windows Admin Center with Windows Server 2016 to manage hyperconverged infrastructure, although it's still at the testing stage.
Microsoft has answered a few press questions about the newly released Windows Admin Center management tool.
Microsoft on Thursday renamed Project Honolulu, calling it the "Windows Admin Center," and released it for use in production environments.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced previews that are coming to SharePoint Online users, including a new migration tool plus perks for end users.
How to let SharePoint users add just the right amount of information to make searching for files easier, without going overboard.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new channel-release preview of Windows Server build 17639, highlighting two new features.
For starters, don't be surprised if Microsoft takes an axe to Server Manager in favor of Project Honolulu.
Microsoft is planning to narrow options in June for Office 365 tenancies by effectively ending the "native" SharePoint Online public newsfeed that they may use.
Microsoft has created a new management portal with combined controls for both Skype for Business Online and Teams, and it gave notice to IT pros on Thursday that it is transitioning them toward this new experience.
Microsoft lets Windows Server 2016 users allocate CPU resources at a much more granular level than before. To get started, here's an overview of basic CPU topology.
Microsoft this week noted March improvements and previews that are starting to arrive for Office 365 subscribers.
The next Windows Server semiannual channel release will arrive in the first half of this year, and it'll be known as "Windows Server version 1803," Microsoft announced Thursday.
Here's a quick survey of the newest Web Parts available for SharePoint, including Power BI, Planner and Office 365 Connectors.
The SharePoint Hub Sites intranet feature will be coming to Office 365 subscribers as early as the end of this month, Microsoft announced Wednesday.