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Microsoft Bolsters Teams Developer Tools

Microsoft announced previews of new features coming to Microsoft Teams during Monday's Build developer conference.

Microsoft Bolsters Edge Devices in Windows 10 IoT Update

The latest update to the Windows 10 IoT ("Internet of Things") operating system, intended for small devices as well as large industrial machines, aims to make edge devices "more powerful," according to Microsoft.

Partners Can Now Build on Windows Admin Center with SDK Preview

Microsoft this week released a preview of the Windows Admin Center software development kit (SDK), enabling partners and developers to support their own software products using Windows Admin Center capabilities.

Microsoft Shares What's Coming to SharePoint Online and OneDrive

A raft of improvements are coming to SharePoint Online and OneDrive this month, including updates related to managing security, storage limits and site migrations.

Office 365 Gets Outlook Updates, Closer Ties with Microsoft 365

Microsoft's latest round of update announcements is blurring the lines between Office 365 and Microsoft 365.

Getting the Windows 10 April Update: The Fine Print

In typical Microsoft fashion, just because the Windows 10 April 2018 Update was officially released on Monday, doesn't mean that accessing it is a straightforward affair.

Microsoft Releases Office 2019 Commercial Preview

Microsoft on Friday announced the Office 2019 "commercial preview" for Windows 10.

Microsoft Extends OneDrive Sharing Beyond Windows

OneDrive's file-sharing and collaboration capabilities are coming to Office for Mac, as well as to iOS and Android mobile applications, Microsoft announced this week.

Microsoft Launches Low-Maintenance Azure Container Service

A new service from Microsoft that lets users easily spin up containers on its public datacenter infrastructure is now production-ready.

Windows 10 Spring Release Coming Monday: Here's What's New

The next semiannual channel version of the Windows 10 client, until recently code-named "Redstone 4," now has an official name and release date.

Microsoft Releases SP2 for SQL Server 2016

Microsoft this week released service pack 2 (SP2) of SQL Server 2016, nearly a year and a half after releasing SP1.

Microsoft Tightens Outlook Groups Security in Policy Switch

Microsoft is changing its default security settings for Outlook and SharePoint Online groups to make them private by default, instead of public.

Microsoft Doubles Exchange Online's Public Folder Capacity

Exchange Online now has capacity for "public folder hierarchies of up to 500K public folders," Microsoft announced this week.

Microsoft Rolls Out New Windows Server 2019 Test Build

Microsoft this week released the latest test build of Windows Server 2019 to Windows Insider Program participants.

Microsoft Gives Windows Server 2016 Hyperconverged Computing Boost

Organizations can now use Windows Admin Center (previously code-named "Project Honolulu") with Windows Server 2016 to manage hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), Microsoft recently announced.

Microsoft Pulling Three Office 365 Apps from Windows Phone

Three Windows Phone applications are set to get "retired" on May 20, 2018: Skype for Business, Teams and Yammer.

Office 365 Privileged Access Management Feature Hits Preview

Administrators overseeing Office 365 tenancies can now test drive a new Privileged Access Management capability.

Microsoft Adds GDPR Improvements to Office 365, Azure

With the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements set to become law on May 25, Microsoft is working to get its cloud services and customers compliant.

Microsoft Floods RSA Conference with Security Announcements

Microsoft gave a thorough progress report on its security portfolio at the RSA security conference this week.

Microsoft Killing OneNote Desktop App for Office 2019

It's the end of the road for Microsoft's OneNote desktop application, as Microsoft plans to cease development on the product beyond the current OneNote 2016 version.

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