Setting up a place to store files in the cloud isn't quite as easy as doing it on-prem. That's where Microsoft's Azure Files service comes in.
The October 2018 updates (version 1809) of both Windows 10 and Windows Server, as well as Windows Server 2019, have started rolling out again as of Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Microsoft detailed a raft of improvements coming to its database products at this week's PASS Summit.
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update, which is still suspended after a botched Oct. 2 release, will have a few added options for Windows Subsystem for Linux users when it's reissued.
Two of Microsoft's Windows patch delivery services are no more.
When you need a SQL database fast, the cloud is the best way to go. Azure provides a SQL database as a PaaS that eliminates the need to get an entire SQL Server deployment up and running.
Microsoft this month enabled organizations to assign Azure Active Directory licenses according to group.
SQL Server 2014 Service Pack 3 (SP3) was announced on Wednesday, about two years after the release of SP2.
Users of Microsoft's Exchange messaging service will soon see some improvements concerning public folder management.
The Windows 10 "October 2018 Update," also known as Windows 10 version 1809, has a problem copying compressed .ZIP files, Microsoft confirmed this week.
Disk2Vhd is a little Microsoft utility that does one thing and one thing well: convert physical computers to virtual disks.
The 2019 editions of Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, Project Server and Skype for Business Server are now generally available, Microsoft announced on Monday.
Microsoft recently described its efforts around the Component Firmware Update (CFU) protocol, which is an open source project housed at the GitHub repository.
A new capability that allows IT pros to disable "basic authentication" when using the Exchange Online service is now available as a public preview, though there are a few caveats.
A new Azure Active Directory Connect Health feature lets IT pros resolve duplicate attribute sync errors.
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