Microsoft started rolling out an update this week to its Azure Log Analytics service that promises to bring improved search, plus a new query language.
Microsoft highlighted a couple of Azure tools, including Just-in-Time VM Access, this week.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced that its Intune mobile management service has received role-based access control (RBAC) capabilities.
Microsoft last week explained more about how its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is getting removed and also how it is getting integrated into the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service.
Microsoft this week announced Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, a new edition of the client operating system that will be coming sometime this fall.
Microsoft's Cloud App Security service can now perform actions automatically when certain kinds of security threats get detected.
A public preview of Intune Data Warehouse was released by Microsoft on Tuesday.
Microsoft earlier this month has made live its new "PowerShell Module Browser," a Web search page for finding PowerShell scripts and information, the company announced.
SharePoint is getting mobile application support for the new Communication Site feature, along with list improvements, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft this week released a preview of a new sign-in experience for Azure Active Directory and Microsoft account users.
Microsoft last week released new management capabilities in the latest System Center Configuration Manager update.
Arriving with the "fall creators update" for Windows 10 will be Windows Subsystem for Linux, Microsoft announced.
Organizations with Enterprise Agreements (EA) should consider negotiating protections or special discounts up front to avoid compliance issues likely associated with Microsoft's cloud services.
Microsoft this week has announced that the latest version of its Advanced Threat Analytics forensic security solution is now available.
Adobe announced that s the Flash Player browser plug-in will no longer be supported after 2020.
With the release of Windows 10 "fall creators update," targeted to arrive in September or October, Windows PowerShell 2.0 will no longer be officially supported.
In response to Microsoft's announcement this week that it will no longer provide session border controller (SBC) support for PBX systems accessing Office 365, third-party firm AVST is stepping in with a solution.
Changes affecting Software Assurance benefits, App-V deployments, Exchange Online Unified Messaging and even Microsoft Office and Nano Server are appearing in random locations across Microsoft sites.
This week Microsoft took one more step towards SQL Server 2017 being commercially available with the release of the first release candidate.
Microsoft will prioritize and advocate for the use of PowerShell Core over previous versions, the company recently announced.