Microsoft recently unveiled new sandbox security capabilities for SharePoint Server.
Mark Kashman, a senior product manager on Microsoft's SharePoint team, provided the details on improvements coming to both SharePoint and OneDrive for Business products.
Microsoft will enable Skype for Business communications using VMware's Horizon virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solution.
Microsoft has released a PowerShell script that will block attacks from spreading in a network after a breach.
Internet Explorer is no longer the exclusive browser for accessing Microsoft Update Catalog.
Microsoft today announced that Windows Server 2016 and the System Center 2016 management suite of products have reached "general availability" (GA) status.
A new application control feature in Azure Active Directory is now available for preview.
Security software vendor Shavlik has provided some tips and thoughts on this week's Patch Tuesday release.
Microsoft this week released the first service pack for its Identity Manager 2016.
This week, Microsoft indicated that its Conditional Access service and its Information Protection service for Azure AD were generally available, with caveats.
The new Microsoft Modern Lifecycle Policy has been extended to a few popular business products.
The Sept. 29 Windows 10 update is running into installation problems for some.
Microsoft laid out the road map for the Skype for Business features and improvements coming over the next few months.
Microsoft took time during its Ignite event, currently going on in Atlanta, to highlight some of the security enhancements coming to its Edge Web browser.
According to Microsoft, enterprises should expect to see major improvements to OneDrive for Business by the end of the year.
Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint Server 2016 is scheduled to arrive in November, Microsoft announced.
Adobe's software-as-a-service offerings will run primarily in the Azure public cloud, the two companies announced on day one of Microsoft's Ignite conference.
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Microsoft kicked off its Ignite event for IT pros in Atlanta by highlighting some of its major impending releases.
Exchange Server 2016 and Exchange Server 2013 recently received their monthly cumulative updates (CUs).
Microsoft wants to kill the use of Server Message Block (SMB) version 1 by pleading to customers to stop using it.