Microsoft recently outlined how the gap between its two client management solutions will be shrinking in the coming months.
This week Microsoft pushed through some improvements and new capabilities for its Azure Active Directory Identity Protection preview.
After a comprehensive testing period, Microsoft's latest database platform has hit its general availability status.
When Windows 10 "anniversary update" arrives later this summer, it will be coming packed with a new malware scanning feature.
Microsoft's Remote Desktop application for Windows 10 will get its official release in "the next couple of weeks," according to the company.
This month's Office 365 updates for Microsoft's business subscribers has begun to roll out.
New flash-based storage arrays with strong ties to virtual environments were recently announced by Dell.
Microsoft on Monday pulled the plug on releasing its updated Azure Active Directory to a later date.
Given recent U.S. employment trends, analysts are predicting a weak IT market for those looking for a new job.
The latest System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) technical preview update arrived this week.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the availability of so-called "convenience rollups" for Windows 7 Service Pack 1, as well as Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
Microsoft's Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection preview for Windows is now available for a larger field of IT pros to test, the company announced on Monday.
Microsoft is providing more details on its upcoming security focused Shielded Virtual Machines datacenter feature.
Microsoft's Server Management Tools, currently in preview now have support for Windows Update.
Microsoft's Azure Active Directory (AD) Domain Services preview is getting some new tools and features this week.
On Monday Microsoft released Office Online Server for subscribers of MSDN.
Both Microsoft's deal to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, along with the Windows 10 nagware, will end on July 29.
Both SharePoint Server 2016 and Office Online Servers were released to the public on Wednesday.
Both Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Edge Web browsers will deny SHA-1 certificates for security later this year.
SQL Server 2016 will be available starting June 1, Microsoft announced on Monday.