Microsoft Ignite 2021 officially launches today with 48 hours of livestreamed events and six major trends — from industry-specific clouds to boosted security technologies to hybrid workplaces — that attendees will want to absorb.
Microsoft announced this week that the Windows 21H1 update will be available for Windows 10 in the first half of 2021 as a minor update for supported versions of the operating system.
Microsoft Teams and Zoom have been pivotal to productivity in the last year – and can remain so when IT pros follow a few best practices to fight ‘Zoom fatigue.’
This ITPro Today Build Tracker follows the public development cycle of the Windows 10 (20H2) feature update for Windows 10 in the Beta Channel. It is expected to be generally available sometime in the secod half of 2020.
This ITPro Today Build Tracker follows the continued public development cycle of the Windows 10 (Version 2004) feature update in the Release Preview Channel. This feature update was released in May 2020 and this tracker follows the monthly testing...
An analysis of 2020 malware activity indicates businesses should be worried about internal hack tools, ransomware, and spyware in the year ahead.
The upcoming Microsoft Ignite 2021 will be a three-day virtual event. We take a look at what to expected during the keynotes and sessions.
We talked with open source developers with years of experience with remote software dev to find out what proprietary developers can learn.