Microsoft announced that the latest version of System Center Configuration Manager is now available.
Microsoft's new Windows PowerShell module that adds reporting tools for Windows OS maintained using Desired State Configuration (DSC) is now available for download.
While a fix for Windows users has yet arrived, Microsoft has addressed an issue that slowed access to OneDrive and OneDrive for Business for Linux users.
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This week will bring the preview of Ping Identity, which aims to streamline single sign-on access to header-based Web applications, in Azure Active Directory.
IT pros managing Exchange Server and Exchange Online accounts via remote PowerShell now have the ability to protect those sessions with multifactor authentication.
The life of Windows Server 2012 support, which was originally set to expire at the beginning of 2023, has been extended by Microsoft.
Uploading your modules to the gallery will help with distribution headaches and allow for valuable feedback to come your way.
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After skipping the February Patch Tuesday release, Microsoft is back with a larger-than-usual rollup of fixes.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that the Microsoft Teams chat service is now available for some Office 365 business subscribers.
Microsoft this week said that its latest Azure Active Directory management option aimed at alleviating data leakage in SharePoint and OneDrive is now in preview.
Getting a VM up and running requires just a small amount of time and seven cmdlets.
While Windows Insider Program testers already have access to smaller Windows 10 update packages, the feature will roll out for all customers with the OS's next major update.
Office 365 users are starting to receive some improvements to SharePoint Online this week.
"Premium Assurance" coverage plans for SQL Server and Windows Server can now be purchased from Microsoft.