Microsoft plans to release future Windows servicing stack updates as part of its monthly update rollups to avoid issues that have affected some Windows 7 users in recent months.
Microsoft's No. 1 networking feature for the forthcoming Windows Server 2019 product is Kubernetes support, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Windows Admin Center version 1809 and an updated software development kit (SDK) have reached "general availability" status, Microsoft announced on Thursday.
Microsoft is planning initiate a modified .NET Framework monthly patch delivery scheme for newer Windows systems, possibly starting next month, according to a Wednesday announcement.
A grab-bag of predictions for Microsoft's upcoming IT event. Also in the cards: open source getting short shrift.
Microsoft gave the green light this week for organizations to deploy the Microsoft Teams app on Surface Hub devices.
Constant equipment refreshes mean a constant need for new power configurations. One company has a fix for that particular side effect of all this expansion.
Microsoft is initiating a new service for organizations in which it'll take over managing Windows 10 desktops, from the initial provisioning process to routine patching.
Microsoft gave notice last week that its "classic" Microsoft Intune device management portal won't have support for managing Windows 7 devices when that operating system reaches its end-of-support date.
A challenge with AI and mixed reality is figuring out how to apply futuristic concepts to everyday business problems. Microsoft is trying to move that process along within its business applications suite, Dynamics 365.
If Microsoft can run its massive, land-bound datacenters with almost no tech staff, the idea of letting a submerged datacenter operate for five years without any direct human contact seems at least plausible.
Microsoft has turned on a technology to protect against malicious macros for Office 365 ProPlus subscribers, the company announced last week.
Microsoft highlighted its changed views about open source software development during a recent day-long Open Source Virtual Conference.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its open source PowerShell Core 6.1 product is now available.
There's a rumor that Microsoft is planning to replace Hyper-V with an alternative feature called simply "Virtual Machines." Brien breaks down just how little sense that would make.
Microsoft's No. 2 top networking feature in Windows Server 2019 is a technical boost for independent software vendors working in the broadcast video space, according to a Wednesday announcement.
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