Quest this week has made live new cloud-based solutions for managing Azure Active Directory implementations and Office 365 applications.
Microsoft this week announced that its Office 365 "first release" subscribers can now take part in a SharePoint Communication Site feature preview.
Microsoft announced a new Windows AutoPilot service this week that promises to ease the provisioning of new PCs for end users.
A feature that had been in high demand, native local account management, is finally in PowerShell.
- By Adam Bertram
Microsoft revealed this week that its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) will be making a return with the "fall creators update" of Windows 10.
Currently, a large-scale ransomware outbreak in effect, using similar techinques as last month's WannaCry security incident.
According to a recent IT-focused survey, Windows 10 migrations are picking up in organizations.
During an Azure OpenDev online webinar this week, Microsoft and partners showed off some of the upcoming Azure tools aimed at IT.
Combining the netch command in PowerShell will allow users to pull up useful information about local wireless networks.
Amid customer confusion, Microsoft is providing some insight on how it works with its antivirus software vendor partners.
Moving forward, support for Microsoft's long-running Security Compliance Manager (SCM) tool will no longer be provided.
Microsoft this week has made Azure Active Directory service, integrated with Ping Identity's PingAccess, commercially available.
Microsoft said that when Cumulative Update 6 (CU6) releases, an issue in Exchange Server 2016's Recoverable Items folder behavior will be fixed.
Here is how to update the owner permissions on a file that cannot be accessed.
Microsoft has published details about how the Windows 10 "creators update" (version 1703, released in April) provides protection against ransomware, including last month's infamous "WannaCrypt" (or "WannaCry") ransomware outbreak.
Microsoft has switched on the ability to manage Intune and conditional access setting through the Azure Portal, the company announced today.
The process is similar to creating any plain text file in PowerShell -- but with a few twists.
- By Adam Bertram
A preview of SharePoint Framework Extensions is now available.
Microsoft announced this week that its Azure Active Directory identity and access management service has added support for conditional access policies when used with Microsoft Teams and the Azure Portal.
In an attempt to warn IT and consumers, Microsoft has released a list of products that are using the flawed Server Message Block 1 (SMB 1).