Microsoft, in conjunction with the Linux Foundation, released a new Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) program for those seeking Linux on Azure certifications this week.
Microsoft sent a warning that versions 4, 4.5 and 4.5.1 of .NET Framework will be losing product support in January.
Microsoft has decided to stop offering a couple of Azure cache services in favor of its Azure Redis Cache service.
Microsoft last week released the first preview for its Azure-based security tools.
Browsium on Monday released a new tool for keeping track of Web app and browser compatibility issues.
A survey published Wednesday reveals that IT pros are very interested in Windows Server 2016's upcoming Hyper-V features.
Enhancements for the Internet Explorer app aimed at compatibility issues have been released this week by Microsoft.
Two Dell certificates have been rejected by Microsoft due to security concerns.
Microsoft on Monday announced that new Skype for Business features are now available.
Microsoft's SQL Server 202 is getting scalability, performance and diagnostics improvements with the arrival of the latest service pack.
Microsoft today has made available SharePoint Server 2016 beta 2.
Microsoft is looking to breathe some new life in its mobile strategy.
Microsoft announced that its Customer Lockbox and Advanced eDiscovery tools for Office 365 will arrive on Dec. 1.
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Microsoft's Satya Nadella on Tuesday gave a more-clear look into its operational security graph.
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Microsoft has launched a somewhat similar program to Windows Insider for Office 2016.
Microsoft officials have announced that the second SharePoint Server 2016 beta will be here by the end of the month.
An expert at consulting firm Aptera Inc. recently offered a glimpse of SharePoint forms creation using Nintex's solution.
Microsoft is talking up its Windows Store for Business service plans.
Microsoft gave word that the end of the year will see the end of its Forefront Threat Management Gateway Web Protection Services.
Microsoft has added the ability to block device access to company resources based on the version of the client operating system used in its Intune mobile device management solution.