Microsoft announced on Friday that that ability to use the "authentication session management capabilities" of the Azure Active Directory Conditional Access service is now at the "generally available" commercial-release stage.
Microsoft this week announced that the ability to automatically classify documents using Microsoft Information Protection's sensitivity labels feature is now commercially released.
Between zero gravity and the cumbersome spacesuit, everyday IT tasks -- like connecting some power and data cables -- suddenly become a lot more complicated.
Microsoft described product milestones this week for two of its SharePoint migration tools.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the release of Windows 10 version 2004, known as the "May 2020 Update," and had a lot to say about it.
Microsoft recently provided a few more details about Universal Print, its emerging cloud-based solution that promises to ease woes associated with managing print servers.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint Online items of note this week.
Microsoft this week announced a bunch of new Azure Active Directory capabilities for developers, plus some IT pro perks.
Represented by the pipe symbol (found on the backslash key on most keyboards), the PowerShell pipeline allows one command's output to be treated as input for another command.
Microsoft on Tuesday described coming Microsoft Edge browser improvements for IT pros, end users and developers as part of its Build event announcements.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the acquisition of robotics process automation company Softomotive Ltd. for an undisclosed price.
Microsoft disclosed at Build that it has built one of the world's most powerful supercomputers in collaboration with a company building artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
Microsoft this week described developer perks for various Microsoft 365 solutions, including the Fluid Framework, Project Cortex and Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft has kicked off its virtual Build conference, announcing a slew of product and platform developments. Here are 10 interesting technologies that hit general availability (or at least got assigned GA windows) on Day 1.
Project Reunion was unveiled during the Microsoft Build developer virtual event, promising to address a major block for Windows developers.
Earlier versions of PowerShell only had one way to display errors, and it wasn't always the most helpful. Microsoft's support of the Get-Error cmdlet in PowerShell 7 makes error messages much more useful.
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