Microsoft late last week acknowledged a problem with Outlook 2016 when used with POP3 accounts.
A recent report suggested that SharePoint Server 2016 is headed for a March 14 "release-to-manufacturing" release.
Microsoft this week revealed some security tweaks coming to the company's cloud-based offerings.
PowerShell provides multiple ways to push new software to targeted systems.
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Microsoft has said that when PowerShell 5.0 arrives later this month, new security improvements will be coming with it.
Microsoft this week confirmed that it is shortening support for Windows Embedded 7/8.1 devices on Intel Skylake processors.
Microsoft will be issuing an Exchange security certificate renewal in April that, if not applied by organizations running a hybrid environment, could put a halt to the server.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has created a modern Web Authentication Working Group focused on Web access security, according to an announcement made last week.
A beginner's guide to get Graphical User Interfaces up and running.
Microsoft this week has improved its Delve profile feature found in Office 365 subscriptions.
Microsoft's February patch, released last Tuesday, has caused some problems for Windows 10 and Office 2013 users.
.NET Framework 4.6.1 should be avoided for the near future for those enterprises running Exchange Server.
Microsoft this week released a preview of its Server Management Tools, which works with the new Nano Server for Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft on Tuesday updated its latest OS.
A recent report found that a majority of companies used SharePoint Server on premises in 2015 ore than the SharePoint Online service, which is part of Microsoft's Office 365 cloud offerings.
Oracle on Monday released an out-of-band patch aimed at fixing an issue when installing Java on Windows.
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Microsoft's search field engineers have released a free tool to help to find and fix search issues in SharePoint Server.
Here's how to make the jump from simple lines of code to something that's a lot more useful.
Microsoft this week announced that it will be changing the minimum Enterprise Agreement (EA) count qualifications this July.
Microsoft on Monday changed the classification of Windows 10 from "optional update" to a "recommended update."