The next release of Microsoft's mixed-reality headset corrects some major flaws in its predecessor and opens new possibilities for its practical use.
Microsoft's drive to put Azure SQL Data Warehouse on more equal footing with SQL Server is finally paying off.
It's unlikely that machines will ever perfectly mimic a human brain, but next-generation computers could come very close. Here are some educated guesses as to what the future of computing could look like.
Metadata can say a lot about a given document -- as well as the document's creator. Here's how to manage what types metadata appear in your Office documents to protect your security while still giving useful information.
Microsoft this week announced a bunch of security product enhancements.
Microsoft on Thursday announced that its Windows Virtual Desktop service is now available as a public preview.
The GPU maker has unveiled the CUDA-X AI, its latest technology to advance artificial intelligence in the datacenter.
Microsoft Teams is now a 2-year-old product, but it's been getting rapid enhancements, including new ones announced this week.
Microsoft on Monday announced that Azure Backup for SQL Server had reached "general availability" status, meaning it's deemed ready for production-environment use.
Microsoft is planning to activate "Insights for MyAnalytics" sometime late this month for most Office 365 users, but the ability of organizations to manage this feature won't be available until possibly mid-May.
One of the biggest deadlines in the history of IT is only 300 days away.
Microsoft this week announced that SharePoint Framework 1.8 had reached "general availability" status, although some features are still at the preview stage.
Manual account creation can be tedious, time-consuming and prone to human error, especially if you have more than a handful of Office 365 users to set up. Brien shows you a better way.
System Center 2019 has now reached the "general availability" product stage, Microsoft indicated in a Thursday update.
Microsoft plans to roll out new capabilities for SharePoint Online users this month that will add greater control over how News articles appear in SharePoint sites, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft plans to issue regular notices starting next month that will inform Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) users that the operating system will reach its end-of-support phase on Jan. 14, 2020.
Microsoft released security patches on "update Tuesday" to address 64 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), which were typically associated with products like Windows, Office services and Microsoft's browsers.
Microsoft demonstrated how to create a new Teams Site "modern" page using an existing "classic" SharePoint page in a demo presentation late last month.
Microsoft stopped using its System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) product to address operations support for its own applications back in July, the company noted last week.
Microsoft announced on Friday that its new naming policy for Office 365 Groups has reached "general availability" status.
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