Microsoft's largest Windows 10 update to date is now available.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft's Azure Active Directory conditional access service is now generally available, according to the company.
Here's how to identify and fix terminating and non-terminating issues that might pop up.
- By Adam Bertram
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that its Server Management Tools (SMT) suite now supports Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
Microsoft's goal with the next client authentication solution upgrade, coming next month, is to unify the code base.
Microsoft's SharePoint Online Lists feature is now available for IT feedback.
The latest System Center Configuration Manager update was released on Friday.
Microsoft is previewing a new "Bookings" Office 365 service that helps organizations schedule appointments with customers.
Get a clear list of what Windows updates have been downloaded, but haven't been applied in an environment.
Microsoft announced this week that both Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 will be getting some Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) improvements with the next major release.
Microsoft on Monday opened up a new video sharing portal called "Microsoft Stream," which lets users watch videos on "any device, anytime."
Microsoft announced that its latest training and cert programs focused on Big Data and Internet of Things (IoT) is now underway.
Mastering arrays will massively improve your quality of life when it comes to PowerShell.
Microsoft's Azure Stack won't make the initial 2016 target and will now be pushed to mid-2017, according to the company.
Microsoft said that the next versions of Windows Server and System Center will be released during its Ignite conference in September.
Microsoft on Tuesday said that its Azure SQL Data Warehouse platform is now generally available.
Microsoft outlined changes coming to its support for two Windows 10 Pro virtualization tools.
The cmdlet Measure-Command will test and evaluate your code to make sure it's as optimal as can be.
- By Adam Bertram
Issues concerning Microsoft's June security patch and its potential to break Group Policy Object (GPO) settings were discussed yet again this week by Microsoft in a blog post.
Microsoft outlined some increased flexibility IT pros will have when it comes to Azure Active Directory's role-based access.