Microsoft this week released a new preview build of Windows Server 2019 and announced an upcoming "Windows Server Summit."
In a recent Web presentation, Microsoft officials detailed the new "modern management" capabilities in Windows 10 version 1803, also known as the April 2018 Update.
Two new speculative execution side-channel attacks disclosed this week share similarities to the "Meltdown" and "Spectre" attacks that were first reported in January.
Microsoft this week detailed some new features coming to its SharePoint product, including capabilities related to artificial intelligence and mixed reality.
Microsoft has expanded its sprawling Advanced Threat Protection product line with "a new security package" designed for Azure SQL Database.
A number of improvements are coming to Microsoft Azure Active Directory this month, including one related to Microsoft's partnership with Ping Identity.
Microsoft announced new custom function capabilities coming to Excel at last week's Build developer conference.
The Windows 10 "April 2018 Update," also known as version 1803, is now available from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center.
Microsoft last week announced the preview of the Windows Admin Center software development kit, as well as the release of its Remote Server Management Tools for Windows 10 version 1803 (the "April 2018 Update").
OneDrive's file-sharing and collaboration capabilities are expanding beyond Windows, Microsoft announced recently.
A new preview build of Windows Server 2019, build 17650, is now available to Windows Insider Program participants.
The second service pack of SQL Server 2016 is now available, Microsoft announced last week.
Microsoft officially released the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (previously code-named "Redstone 4") on Monday, though actually accessing it is more complicated than a simple release date implies.
Microsoft is set to release the next semiannual channel version of the Windows 10 client, dubbed officially the "April 2018 Update," on Monday, April 30.
Microsoft has once again increased the upper limit for public folders in Exchange Online.
Microsoft is implementing a policy change that would make Outlook and SharePoint Online groups private by default, instead of public.
Microsoft is testing a new capability that lets organizations use Windows Admin Center with Windows Server 2016 to manage hyperconverged infrastructure.
Microsoft announced a raft of security improvements at the RSA security conference last week affecting its Security Graph, Advanced Threat Protection ATP, Information Protection and Conditional Access products -- and more.
Microsoft is previewing a new passwordless sign-in feature based on FIDO2 that's expected to arrive with the Windows 10 spring release.
The new "Windows Admin Center," previously codenamed "Project Honolulu," is now production-ready.