Microsoft used its Microsoft Tech Community forums this week to announce Office 365 product changes and additions.
Microsoft announced that a couple of new features have been added to its Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection e-mail security service.
The year 2017 will bring notable end-of-life milestones for IT shops managing older Microsoft software, such as the 2007 versions of Exchange Server and SharePoint Server.
Microsoft released updates this week for its supported Exchange Server products.
The ability to send bulk text messages could be beneficial to businesses -- and not only to those that want to send out mass SPAM content.
A Reuters story reported that Yahoo had cooperated last year with U.S. intelligence officials to scan all incoming Yahoo e-mail traffic.
Microsoft released cumulative updates to Exchange Server 2016 and Exchange Server 2013 this month.
Microsoft announced this month that it will stop providing updates for its SmartScreen e-mail spam filters on Nov. 1.
Microsoft released cumulative updates for Exchange Server 2016 and Exchange Server 2013 this week, clearing the way for .NET Framework 4.6.1 use by organizations.
Microsoft this week warned that Exchange Server 2016 isn't yet supported on Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft gave notice this week that Exchange Server 2007 will be falling out of support in less than a year.
Microsoft is investigating an issue with Outlook 2016 when used with POP3 accounts that causes e-mail deletions or duplications.
An Exchange security certificate renewal that's set to arrive in mid-April will adversely affect organizations with "hybrid" messaging setups if their servers are not up to date, Microsoft warned late last week.
Microsoft this week added an option to its Exchange Server Deployment Assistant tool to configure hybrid deployments using Exchange Server 2016.
Organizations running Exchange Server need to be aware that the coming .NET Framework 4.6.1 update should be avoided for the time being.