With the release of Windows 10 "fall creators update," targeted to arrive in September or October, Windows PowerShell 2.0 will no longer be officially supported.
In response to Microsoft's announcement this week that it will no longer provide session border controller (SBC) support for PBX systems accessing Office 365, third-party firm AVST is stepping in with a solution.
If you deal with private data, automate how you access it with this handy tip.
- By Adam Bertram
Changes affecting Software Assurance benefits, App-V deployments, Exchange Online Unified Messaging and even Microsoft Office and Nano Server are appearing in random locations across Microsoft sites.
This week Microsoft took one more step towards SQL Server 2017 being commercially available with the release of the first release candidate.
Microsoft will prioritize and advocate for the use of PowerShell Core over previous versions, the company recently announced.
Microsoft this week released its first preview build of Windows Server 2016 to its Windows Insider Program testers, kicking off Windows 10-like plans for the server product.
Microsoft is bullish on Intel's latest Xeon Scalable processors, released on Tuesday, playing a huge role in the success of its Project Olympus.
Just recently, Microsoft has made it a lot easier to create new shares by avoiding cumbersome UI navigation and going straight through PowerShell.
Microsoft this week has made available the Linux-based Canonical Ubuntu distro for download in the Windows Store.
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.