Microsoft has outlined how Windows 10 will be used with Azure Active Directory and the premises-based AD.
The average cost of corporate security breaches has raised 23 percent over the last two years, according to a report by IBM and Ponemon Institute.
Microsoft released a preview of SQL Server 2016 on Wednesday.
Microsoft is sharing details of its future push for application management through the use of both Intune and System Center Configuration Manager.
A new "managed Outlook app" that will increase enhanced data security for businesses is expected to be released sometime this quarter, Microsoft announced.
IT pros should take a drastic change to how they approach patches and updates in production environments, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft on Thursday announced that its Configuration Manager components of System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2 will be receiving new service packs.
Microsoft last week republished SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 1.
Microsoft provided some info on some of the aged tech that's making its way to next year'sharePoint Server 2016 product.
Microsoft's Edge Browser will be improving security, while discarding older IE tech as it continues on its way to release.
The company released on Tuesday its May security update, packed with three bulletins rated "critical" and 10 "important."
Microsoft announced this week that Skype for Business Server 2015 is now generally available.
Microsoft took the stage on Monday at its Ignite conference, currently going on in Chicago, to show off its new security wares.
Microsoft released the next version of its Windows 10 preview on Wednesday.
Microsoft announced today at its Build event that its next Web browser associated with Windows 10 will be called "Edge."
Microsoft released a native Outlook e-mail client app for Android on Wednesday.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday an upcoming update of the public "preview of the next Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) product.
Microsoft announced today Customer Lockbox for Office 365 to provide enterprises control over what private data stored in Microsoft datacenters can be accessed by the company.
Organizations running SQL Server 2005 will be cut off when it comes to official support next year, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft released today its monthly security patch with four bulletins rated "critical" and seven rated "important."