Microsoft has finally opened up a bug bounty program for Windows 10 where the company will pay up to $250,00 for reporting a security flaw.
Microsoft is rolling out a new container service that is being pitched as the easiest way to launch and manage containers in the cloud.
Aidan Finn discusses the Azure App Service, the heart of Microsoft’s platform-as-a-service.
In this series, Jeff Hicks shares tips and tricks for creating reports in PowerShell.
In part one of this article, Russell Smith looks at the advantages for small businesses of server hardware running Windows Server Essentials for local storage needs.
Jasper Oosterveld compares the Modern SharePoint experience to the Classic SharePoint experience.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is making inroads in the corporate world but it may not be fast enough to overtake Windows 7 before that platform reaches its end of life.
Aidan Finn explains what Azure Web Apps are and what they offer to businesses that require an enterprise-class facility for line-of-business web-based applications running in the cloud.
Microsoft is working on a new chip that will be the next generation Holographic Processing Unit that will bring AI down to local hardware.
Michael Otey discusses Hyper-V Replica as an option for protecting business-critical virtual machines from site or system outages.
Because Microsoft just announced its quarterly and fiscal year 2017 earnings, this edition of Short Takes focuses on those results.
Microsoft Security Risk Detection, a new Azure-hosted “whitebox fuzzing” service, is now generally available following several months of external testing.
It’s results time again and Microsoft released earnings for Q4 FY17 on July 20. As always, there are nuggets to be minded. The billions of revenues generated by Azure and Office 365 are the highlights for me, even if Microsoft did not update the number of Office 365 users.