Microsoft this week at its Ignite conference in Orlando shared SharePoint and OneDrive progress, which also included a brief mention of a coming SharePoint Server 2019 product, among many other details.
Windows Server 2016 version 1709 will arrive in "early October," Microsoft announced this week.
SQL Server 2017 will be generally available next Monday, Oct. 2., Microsoft announced today at its Ignite conference in Orlando, Fla.
Microsoft said that the Microsoft Teams client will eventually replace the Skype for Business Online client in the near future.
Microsoft this week briefly showed access and security improvements that will be coming to Remote Desktop Services (RDS), which is a Windows Server capability for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) scenarios.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) will soon be able of fixing security issues, instead of just detecting them.
Microsoft is limiting the number of software management interfaces for Azure Active Directory identity and access service to one.
Microsoft this week announced previews of two new Microsoft Azure security measures that possibly add assurances for organizations wary of trusting their data and code on outside infrastructure.
In what could be seen as a turn in direction, Microsoft said it's behind once again producing graphical user interface (GUI) tools for managing Windows Server.
Until Microsoft adds a native command that easily connects virtual directories to Azure Web apps, we're going to have to do it ourselves.
- By Adam Bertram
The schemas used with BizTalk Server are now available as open source code, Microsoft on Monday announced.
The Microsoft PowerShell team is planning to reshape its Desired State Configuration (DSC) solutions, replacing them with a single cross-platform tool that supports both Windows and Linux.
Windows Server 2016 will be receiving a number of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) improvements with its next major release, scheduled for this month.
PowerShell makes it easy to create a custom pop-up notification in Windows.
Windows Insiders can now take part in the company's Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise" (WILE) test network.