Microsoft has announced that the first public preview of SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, now available for download. IT admins can directly upgrade to it from SharePoint Server 2016.
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Microsoft is rolling out support for paging in Large Gallery view, allowing users to have up to 98 users split into two 7x7 grids. The feature is now out to Public Preview users on Windows and Mac.
Microsoft has announced the public preview for Azure Quantum, its full-stack open cloud ecosystem that unites quantum software, solutions, and hardware to meet business needs of the future.
Premium users of Microsoft's Power BI service will see a huge increase in the size of dataset caches, allowing for 400GB of storage capacity as opposed to only 10GB being available previously.
Microsoft has announced some new features in public preview for Archive Storage. These include priority retrieval for faster online data access and CopyBlob enhancements, among others.
Azure's latest storage redundancy type, Geo Zone Redundant Storage, is now available in preview. Currently only in some U.S. and European regions, availability for GZRS will be expanded soon.
Microsoft has announced that early access for 2019 release wave 2 capabilities for its Dynamics 365 services are now available. These include 74 new features that will reach GA status in October.
After almost five months, Microsoft has finally opened up the Cortana Skills Kit as a public preview, allowing developers to create bots that run off of the company's digital assistant.
Microsoft has announced the first public preview of SQL Server on Linux which brings a number of performance improvements and updated versions of the company's flagship tools.
After details of its plans emerged yesterday, Microsoft has now officially announced the start of its Skype for Business for Mac Public Preview, and shared details of what's still to come.
During its Ignite event in Chicago, Microsoft announced that it opening up Office 2016, the next major version, to a wider audience in order to receive and work on feedback.