Last week's release of multiple Azure products and services included many Active Directory improvements.
Microsoft is planning to release a "January technical preview" for its upcoming Windows 10 next month.
Microsoft has released a fix for a vulnerability that has been hidden in plain sight since 1995.
New per-user licensing have been rolled out by Microsoft for its Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) and Windows Software Assurance (SA) licensing plans.
The sophistication of attackers is outstripping chief information security officers' (CISOs) ability to fend them off and the number of threats has increased markedly.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Expanded support for IE 11's Enterprise Mode backward compatibility options is expected to arrive next month.
Microsoft showed off some management and security improvements to Office 365 today, including new device management (MDM) controls and data loss protection (DLP) features.
Microsoft earlier in the month released a test solution for managing Exchange Server 2013 configurations.
Microsoft outlined some of the new security features making its way to the company's next OS.
Microsoft released this week a guide for IT on how to properly deploy Windows, no matter the environment size.
Microsoft this week released updates for both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.
Microsoft plans to rename Windows Intune, calling it "Microsoft Intune" with its next major update release.
Microsoft announced Windows 10 earlier this week and has already highlighted some perks for the enterprise to come, but even more details concerning Microsoft's Windows 10 vision came from an Oct. 1 blog post (now inaccessible).
SQL Server 2008 Release 2 Service Pack 3 has been released by Microsoft.
- By Michael Domingo
A new Groups collaboration feature for Office 365 started to roll out to subscribers on Thursday, according to Microsoft.
The Microsoft Certified Professional and Microsoft Technology Associate exams can now be taken online from remote locations.
- By Michael Hart
Microsoft has announced that starting in November, the Office on Demand feature from Office 365 subscriptions will be eliminated.
Among the 2,100 employees laid off on Thursday, Microsoft shut down the company's Trustworthy Computing (TwC) Group.
IT pros who want to test Office 365 updates before widely rolling them out are getting some advice from Microsoft.