The year 2016 will see the end of "extended support" for some Microsoft products.
Browsium today rolled out a new tool for tracking compatibility issues associated with Web applications and browsers.
Microsoft has gone all-in with its Azure Redis Cache service and plans to stop offering a couple of alternative cache services next year.
Microsoft added a few enhancements this month to help organizations better address their Internet Explorer app compatibility woes.
ScaleOut Software today announced an enhancement to its AppFabric replacement technology.
Microsoft's Forefront Threat Management Gateway Web Protection Services will be coming to an end next month.
Enterprises looking for an alternative to YouTube for sharing videos will find much to like with Office 365's offering.
Microsoft released a small patch featuring six bulletins.
The American Registry for Internet Numbers announced today that its free pool of IPv4 addresses has hit the "zero" level.
Expert James Staten explains why some organizations using cloud services may benefit from private Internet connections.
Multiple memory corruption flaws look to be fixed with this month's Patch Tuesday offering.
Microsoft announced today that it will add support in its Edge browser for the open source VP9 video codec fostered by Google and its WebM coalition.
HP is now reselling a Web application remediation solution from Browsium to support Windows 10 moves by organizations.
Microsoft has improved some of its controls for IT pros managing browser use on Windows 10 machines, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft needs to start utilizing the value of Bing that moves past just its online search capabilities.
- By Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft released an out-of-band update for all supported versions of Internet Explorer today after active attacks using the hole have been seen in the wild.
Cumulative updates for Internet Explorer and Microsoft's newest browser Edge should be this month's top priorities.
Plus: Yahoo ads expose users to ransomware attack for four days.
Oracle this week released its latest quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU) that includes fixes for 193 issues across the company's product line.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft releases a large security update, which includes four critically rated fixes for IE, Hyper-V and Windows.