Microsoft's Azure Active Directory (AD) Domain Services preview is getting some new tools and features this week.
On Monday Microsoft released Office Online Server for subscribers of MSDN.
Both Microsoft's deal to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, along with the Windows 10 nagware, will end on July 29.
Both SharePoint Server 2016 and Office Online Servers were released to the public on Wednesday.
Both Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Edge Web browsers will deny SHA-1 certificates for security later this year.
SQL Server 2016 will be available starting June 1, Microsoft announced on Monday.
Both System Center 2016 and Windows Server 2016 received new technical preview versions on Wednesday.
Yammer's new "external groups" collaboration feature went live on Tuesday.
Microsoft said that enterprises using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) should avoid applying update KB3148812.
A free education resource center for all things Microsoft Cloud has been released this week by the company.
Microsoft said that IT pros have a year to move to the company's newer Azure Active Directory Connect tool.
Microsoft announced late last week that the final SQL Server 2016 release candidate is now available.
Microsoft announced that its Exchange Server 2007 will lose all official support next year.
Microsoft's resource page describing current and future features coming to Windows 10 is now live.
Microsoft last week released both the Delve Analytics for Office 365 and a new "Calendar Apps" for Outlook.
Microsoft's Cloud App Security service has gone live, according to the company.
The recently announced Windows 10 "anniversary update" has been released for early testers.
According to Microsoft, more than 38 percent of organizations have made the jump to the most recent System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) version.
The SQL Server engineering team provided some advice for IT when installing the cumulative updates.
Details on Microsoft's support for the Bash shell on Windows have surfaced after its initial Build keynote announcement.