A week before its official release, Microsoft said Windows 10 will have the traditional 10-year lifecycle when it comes to official updates and patches.
Microsoft on Monday pushed out an emergency security fix for all versions of Windows.
Microsoft on Tuesday released this month's security update, which included four items rated "critical" and 10 "important" to fix numerous issues in Microsoft products and services.
Today marked the official end of Windows Server 2003 support from Microsoft.
Microsoft last week announced that its new Azure Active Directory Reporting APIs has entered public preview.
Microsoft has made waves in recent history by showing support for OpenSSH, the open source protocol, which adds security around remote server access and file transfers.
Government backdoors used for surveillance are leaving systems vulnerable to traditional attack, a new report by prominent cryptographers argues.
Microsoft last week offered some info on what to expect for Windows 10's launch later this month.
Microsoft this week has made "PowerShell for Office 365," a new Web resource, available for IT pros.
Big Data solutions provider CloudPhysics estimates that Windows Server 2003 won't be completely gone from datacenters until mid 2018, despite losing official support later this month.
Microsoft is approaching the next version of SharePoint, scheduled for next year, with a cloud mindset.
Microsoft doesn't explain its CSAs publicly in great detail, so it's left to consultants to lend a helping hand.
Microsoft on Wednesday released its Azure Active Directory (AD) Connect tool.
Microsoft is adding two Office 365 improvements to improve service communication.
A research team at HP has released details on an Internet Explorer 11 flaw this week.
Improvements for Office 365 and Exchange Online are coming soon, according to an announcement by Microsoft.
Microsoft wants enterprises to deploy Windows 10 within a certain time frame. Those that don't will suffer the consequences.
Microsoft's upcoming service-branch options for Windows 10 will affect which Internet browser organizations will be able to use.
Microsoft on Tuesday released two security bulletin items for Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player labeled as "critical" and six "important."
Exchange Online e-mail security feature Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is now live.