Microsoft announced this week that System Center 1711 preview can now be downloaded.
Save time for accounting for changes in your scripts with this handy tip.
- By Adam Bertram
Microsoft this week announced that protection services from Bitdefender, Lookout and Ziften will be added to its Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service.
Microsoft showed off how the Windows Analytics tools can support getting ready for Windows 10 deployments.
Microsoft has added new troubleshooting capabilities to its Intune service, as managed using the Azure Portal.
Microsoft is advising that those using Azure Active Directory with federation should make a configuration change to take advantage of newly added resilience improvements.
IT pros should switch Azure Active Directory conditional access policies that were created using the "classic" Azure portal to policies supported by the new Azure Portal.
Monitoring the speed at which code is executed will give a window into avenues to improve it for efficiency.
- By Adam Bertram
Windows Server version 1709 was released on Tuesday, Microsoft announced.
There's plenty of tweaks targeted at IT pros in Microsoft's latest update for Windows 10.
A major flwa in the WPA2 wireless network protocol was disclosed by security researchers this week.
- By Scott Bekker
Open up new reporting options for your SQL Server with these PowerShell tips.
Microsoft will make it a little easier for IT pros and developers to read update log files for debugging purposes with the release of the Windows 10 "fall creators update" (version 1709).
Microsoft is highlighting three Azure Active Directory previews for controlling user access to network resources.
Microsoft's progress with its various Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) services seemed to be a unifying theme at last month's Ignite conference.
The final SQL Server 2012 service pack is now available for download.
Here are three commands you can use to encrypt and decrypt data.
Aside from the announcement that a preview for SharePoint Server 2018 will be arriving in mid-2018, few details of the upcoming offering has been released.
Microsoft at Ignite last week discussed how its Windows 10 deployment direction does away with the traditional imaging process and instead relies on Azure Active Directory domain joins, mobile device management (MDM) and self-provisioning by end users.
Once SQL Server 2017 is released, it will also arrive with a faster update release pace.