Microsoft announced on Friday that its acquisition of the GitHub open source code repository is complete, having passed regulatory reviews.
Microsoft recently clarified its previously declared position that it had planned to drop support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols used with Office 365 services by the end of this month.
Microsoft made a few notable Azure announcements this week, including an Azure Availability Zones expansion, plus ExpressRoute support for the Azure DevOps service.
Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed a file copy problem with the .ZIP compressed file solution in the Windows 10 "October 2018 Update."
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a preview of the ability to use hardware OATH tokens with the Azure multifactor authentication service.
Microsoft on Monday announced the release of its 2019-branded application servers, including Exchange Server, SharePoint Server, Project Server and Skype for Business Server.
Microsoft released its MSIX Packaging Tool via the Microsoft Store this week, according to an announcement.
Microsoft's Unified Update Platform may soon see light of day, based on a Thursday Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft is starting to clarify some of the SharePoint and OneDrive milestones that were announced during its September Ignite event.
Microsoft on Wednesday described its Component Firmware Update (CFU) effort, which is a new open source protocol that Windows developers can leverage to keep their drivers and firmware properly updated.
Microsoft has released a public preview of a new capability that allows IT pros to disable "basic authentication" when using the Exchange Online service.
The public preview of Azure Digital Twins was released this week, according to a Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft last week announced a new Azure Active Directory Connect Health feature for IT pros that resolves duplicate attribute sync errors with an organization's local Active Directory.
Microsoft noted on Friday that Intel had "unintentionally" released an updated Intel Smart Sound Technology driver through Microsoft's Windows Update service that caused devices running Windows 10 version 1803 or 1809 to lose sound.
Apple, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla are all moving to disable the use of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols versions 1.0 and 1.1 in their browsers, giving notice that they'll be dropping support within the first half of 2020.
Microsoft issued a support article on Friday acknowledging "blue screen" issues for users of Hewlett-Packard PCs that were updated to the newly released Windows 10 version 1809, as well as version 1803.
Microsoft on Wednesday gave a two years' advance notice that support for its Groove Server 2010 peer-to-peer communications product will be coming to an end on Oct. 13, 2020.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a public preview of Azure confidential computing, which previously had been at the more restricted "Early Access" preview stage about a year ago.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it is joining the Open Invention Network (OIN), an organization that protects its members from patent infringement claims regarding the use of the open source Linux operating system.
Microsoft on Tuesday offered an explanation, an apology and a future resolution for its flawed Windows 10 version 1809 release last week, which caused files to go missing for some users.