Microsoft released a large batch of updates for all supported versions of Exchange Server.
This month's security patch from Microsoft included a fix for a widespread Windows 10 Internet connection issue.
Container firm Docker announced that it's Docker for Azure has hit public beta.
Microsoft has detailed some upcoming Azure portal improvements coming soon.
Microsoft this week announced it will require online cert authorities to implement certain requirements for verification of Windows-based executables and scripts.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft on Wednesday said it's tweaking the patch process for older Windows environments this month.
Some upcoming security improvements to Windows 10 have been detailed this week by Microsoft.
Microsoft's Azure Active Directory PowerShell 2.0 module is now generally available, the company announced on Monday.
Microsoft last week has released a guide for orgs looking to get away from the risky Web-based Shell Hashing Algorithim-1 (SHA-1) encryption.
Microsoft's recent claim that Windows 10 has good enough security protections without using the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is being disputed by security research group CERT.
Microsoft added Office 365 end user feature improvements this month for desktop, browser and mobile apps.
Organizations looking to run the latest version of Windows 10 (version 1607) can now deploy it in their businesses.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it has joined the Linux Foundation.
With the release of the newest update, Microsoft's Deployment Toolkit is also receiving a name tweak.
Microsoft's Windows Azure Pack, the company's enterprise datacenter solution, is "far from dead," according to an announcement.
A new Outlook Customer Manager solution is now part of Microsoft's Office 365 Business Premium subscription plan, the company announced on Monday.
Upgrades, improvements and new features for SharePoint Server 2016 and SharePoint Online were released this week by Microsoft.
Recently Microsoft's Certification group released additional MCSE and MCSD certificate titles and altered the program so that the titles no longer have an expiration date.
- By Michael Domingo
Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) solution, which aimed to protect against malware attack scenarios and exploit methods, will be shutting down shortly.
The latest update service model for Windows 7 and 8.1 clients is causing complications for those running System Center Configuration Manager 2007 (SCCM 2007).