Microsoft's second major Windows 10 release this year, and its sixth for Windows 10 overall, is now available.
As Microsoft detailed last week at its Ignite conference, a raft of improvements are coming to its Intune mobile management service, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) for client devices and Windows Autopilot for new device provisioning.
Microsoft last week announced a new method for shrinking the download size of Windows 10 feature updates, but only for those using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to upgrade x64 systems.
As part of its 2018 Ignite conference this week, Microsoft announced it is bundling some of its existing security products into a single enterprise-grade solution.
Azure Automation can be an excellent PowerShell script orchestration tool, though it has just a limited number of PowerShell modules. Luckily, we can upload our own modules, too.
Microsoft is poised to make Windows Server 2019 generally available in October, the company announced Monday at the start of its 2018 Ignite conference.
To avoid issues that have affected some Windows 7 users, Microsoft will start releasing Windows servicing stack updates (SSUs) as part of its monthly update rollups starting next month.
Windows Admin Center version 1809 is now safe to use in production environments; Microsoft announced the general availability of its next-gen browser-based management portal last week.
Lambda, the serverless computing platform from Amazon Web Services (AWS), now supports Microsoft PowerShell Core 6.0, the cloud giant announced this month.
Microsoft this week announced a change to its .NET Framework patch delivery scheme that could take effect as early as October.
Microsoft's "classic" Intune device management portal will die with Windows 7 in 2020, Microsoft said last week.
In a bid to protect subscribers against malicious macros, Microsoft recently integrated a 3-year-old security technology called Antimalware Scan Interface (AMSI) to Office 365 ProPlus.
Version 6.1 of PowerShell Core, Microsoft's scripting tool that's used for DevOps purposes, is now available, the company announced last week.
A zero-day local privilege escalation flaw that was disclosed on Twitter last month now has a fix by way of Microsoft's September security update rollout.
Microsoft Premier customers can now begin using the company's Project VAST security product to create data visualizations of their organization's security landscape.
Sign up for our newsletter.