Microsoft this week revealed some security tweaks coming to the company's cloud-based offerings.
A recent report found that a majority of companies used SharePoint Server on premises in 2015 ore than the SharePoint Online service, which is part of Microsoft's Office 365 cloud offerings.
Microsoft on Friday released its Azure Stack technical preview, which looks to expand organizational access to the company's cloud services.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that Office Online users can coauthor files in real time that are stored in third-party cloud storage services including Box, Citrix ShareFile, Dropbox and Egnyte.
Microsoft on Tuesday said that the first Azure Stack technical preview will be released at the end of the week.
Microsoft last week announced that they will inform customers if their online and cloud accounts have been targeted or compromised by representatives of nation states.
Details about Microsoft's plans pertaining to its next BizTalk Server product and associated Azure plans were disclosed late last month.
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 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.
Microsoft's Satya Nadella on Tuesday gave a more-clear look into its operational security graph.
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