Microsoft added a couple of new Azure Active Directory capabilities this week, including a new control capability that's available commercially.
Microsoft said that once the next major Windows 10 update releases, the company's Edge browsers will also be receiving a slew of new features and tweaks.
Microsoft clarified the staggered rollout of its Outlook client Focused Inbox feature.
Microsoft this week has released file synchronization and management enhancements for OneDrive for Business
Microsoft announced on Monday that Windows 10 "Creators Update" will arive with a new Security Center feature.
Microsoft last week announced the commercial release of Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1.
Microsoft on Friday turned on the ability for Power BI to receive enhanced Azure Active Directory reporting capabilities for organizations.
Some changes to Windows 10 update services could cause issues for IT pros managing PC updates and network bandwidth issues.
Microsoft will be going live with its new "Security Updates Guide" portal -- which will replace the older "Security Bulletins" portal -- next month.
On Friday Microsoft announced that how it delivers Windows security updates will be changing.
This week Microsoft announced that its SharePoint Framework for devs is entering the final testing phase.
Microsoft this spring will be changing some of the Windows 10 privacy controls.
Microsoft's test version of Windows 10, known as build 15002, will receive some new and noteworthy features.
Microsoft finally provided some details on the situation of the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) for Windows 10.
Microsoft will be ending extended support for 2007 versions of SharePoint and Exchange in the upcoming months.
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