Microsoft's blockbuster acquisition of the enterprise social network is starting to bear fruit. Here's a quick tour of the built-in LinkedIn integration inside Word.
Though it's tempting to think of SharePoint as a Web-based collaboration platform, it's also possible to synchronize the contents of a SharePoint document library to your PC using OneDrive.
Some of these assumptions are perfectly valid for most situations, but others -- despite Microsoft's best intentions -- are a bit more puzzling.
A close look at Microsoft's new Power BI Web Part, currently in preview, which expands your ability to publish and share Power BI data.
Microsoft's digital inking device has finally outgrown its awkward start to become a truly effortless productivity tool.
With his advocacy of everything from Bluetooth to quantum computers, CEO Satya Nadella doesn't seem as eager to abandon his predecessor's hardware focus as he once was.
It's not 2008 anymore; go ahead and virtualize all of your domain controllers.
The new feature is incredibly handy for power users, but could cause some stress if you don't like the thought of all of your activities being logged.
Installing the new Windows Server management tool is easy enough, but figuring out how to make it work for you will take some time and experimentation.
Here are some of the more practical ways Microsoft is using its vast machine learning and AI assets to make its productivity suite more useful.
Where the Surface Pro fell short, the newer Surface Book 2 more than makes up for it.
From Brien's perspective (floating in outer space high above Mars), Microsoft's latest efforts at melding virtual reality and augmented reality are a vast improvement over the HoloLens.
Instead of twiddling your thumbs as you wait for a long-running script to complete, you can have PowerShell play a sound to alert you when it's done.
Bash is fairly easy to install, but using it is another matter. Here are some commands to help IT pros dip their toes in Bash.
Whether you like Apple or not, this is an important step in Microsoft's effort to solidify Office and Office 365 as industry standards.