Google Intros First Dell Chromebook Enterprise Devices for Business Use

Google, in conjunction with Dell, announced this week that "the first Chromebook Enterprise devices" had arrived.

VMware and Microsoft Supporting Hyper-V for VMware Workstation Product

The VMware Workstation product, used to host virtual machines on client devices, is getting support for Windows Hypervisor, which will unlock the use of various Microsoft technologies that are dependent on Hyper-V.

Microsoft Adds SharePoint Online Features for Site Creators

Microsoft recently announced a few SharePoint Online feature improvements for end users.

Azure AD Enhancements Bring Expanded Support for Auto-Provisioned SaaS Apps

Microsoft announced a number of Azure Active Directory enhancements this month.

Microsoft Releases PowerShell 7 Preview 3

Microsoft announced on Wednesday that the PowerShell 7 Preview 3 scripting solution is now available.

SQL Server 2019 Release Candidate 'Refresh' Now Available

Microsoft on Wednesday announced the release of SQL Server 2019 release candidate (RC).

Confidential Computing Consortium Formed To Protect Processed Data

A new Confidential Computing Consortium was announced on Wednesday by the Linux Foundation to boost the security of processed data.

First Chromium-Based Edge Browser Beta Release Now Available

Microsoft Edge Insider Program participants now have access to the Beta Channel release of Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge Web browser on the Windows and Mac platforms.

Microsoft Buys jClarity for Azure-Based Java Workloads

In a bid to support its "continued contributions to open source while driving increased performance for Java workloads on Azure," Microsoft on Monday announced its acquisition of jClarity.

Microsoft Planning To Answer Windows Virtual Desktop Questions Next Week

Microsoft has set aside time to answer questions about its emerging Windows Virtual Desktop service on Wednesday of next week, according to an announcement.

Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices Now Have Preview Support for Physical Whiteboards

A Microsoft Teams Rooms update now lets organizations use images of physical whiteboards as a dynamic space for videoconferencing communications, although it's at the preview stage and may require having a new camera.

Microsoft Warns of Possible August Update Troubles for Some Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 Users

Microsoft warned this week in a Twitter post that its August security updates won't install for users of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 if those operating system lack certain March updates.

Azure Ultra Disk Storage Service Now Generally Available in Some Regions

Microsoft announced on Thursday that it now offers the Azure Ultra Disk solid-state drive (SSD) storage service commercially, or at the "general availability" stage, in a few Azure regions.

Microsoft's August Security Patches Address New RDP Vulnerabilities

Microsoft's August security updates address about 93 common vulnerabilities and exposures, several of which are associated with Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).

Microsoft Warns That Attackers Have Access to BlueKeep Exploit Code

Microsoft indicated recently that "BlueKeep" exploit code for Windows systems is now "widely available" for use by attackers.

IT Lab Group Now Offers Support for the Microsoft Managed Desktop Service

London-based IT Lab Group announced late last month that it's now an authorized partner for the Microsoft Managed Desktop service.

Boom Times for Machine Learning, Despite Obstacles

Concerns about ethics and security aside, spending around machine learning is poised to grow sharply over the next five years.

Microsoft Claims Azure SQL Database Now Offers 'Highest' Service-Level Agreement

Microsoft recently published a new version of its service-level agreement (SLA) for Azure SQL Database, adding uptime perks for organizations that use the "Business Critical" tier.

Microsoft Previews Azure Dedicated Host Service for Single-Tenant Users

Microsoft has announced a preview of a new service that gives organizations access to unshared or "dedicated" Azure hardware infrastructure for hosting their workloads on Azure virtual machines.

Skype for Business Online Service Ending in 2 Years

Microsoft is planning to end its Skype for Business Online service on July 31, 2021, encouraging customers to use the Microsoft Teams service instead.

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