Microsoft's monthly security patches for July are here and, despite the 86 flaws fixed, it might go smoother for some thanks to Windows Autopatch.
The Microsoft Permissions Management service, used for ensuring proper access permissions across cloud services, is now commercially available, according to a Thursday Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft on Monday announced that its new Windows Autopatch service is now commercially available.
Microsoft has quietly reversed an earlier decision to block Internet macros by default in Office.
Microsoft on Monday announced that it has created two distinct testing paths for its next preview versions of Windows 11, available to Windows Insider Beta users.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the United Kingdom announced on Wednesday that it is investigating Microsoft's pending acquisition of Activision Blizzard Inc.
The nonprofit organization Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) recommends users stop using the Microsoft-owned GitHub source code repository platform and its newly released Github Copilot.
Microsoft on Friday noted that a new "PetitPotam" NT LAN Manager (NTLM) relay attack variant called "DFSCoerce" is addressed if organizations followed its earlier advice in Knowledge Base article KB5005413.
The "father of PowerShell," Jeffrey Snover, announced this week that he'll be leaving Microsoft on July 1.
According to claims made by the cybercriminal group RansomHouse, the group is in possession of data stolen from Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip maker AMD.
Microsoft has changed course somewhat and won't block automatic renewals of existing monthly cloud services accounts offered under an older plan overseen by Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) partners.
The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) announced on Tuesday that it's planning to launch as a nonprofit organization, kicking off in January 2023.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced the "general availability" commercial release of idle session timeout settings for Microsoft 365 Web apps.
Microsoft will be ending support for its 2013-branded server products in about nine months, with the typical end date planned for April 11, 2023.
Microsoft is previewing the ability for organizations to see when software lacks fixes for common vulnerability and exposures (CVEs), as described in a Monday announcement.
Microsoft this week announced that a Temporary Access Pass capability in the Azure Portal is now at the "general availability" commercial-release stage.
Government cybersecurity organizations on Tuesday announced guidelines for using Microsoft's built-in PowerShell scripting language with Windows, without having it also be leveraged by attackers.
Microsoft Defender for Identity is getting the ability to detect insecure domain configurations, even when they are Microsoft's defaults.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced improvements to the preview of the Microsoft Entra Verified ID service.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced version 2 of its "Responsible AI Standard" document, and disclosed a use-case approval process for its Azure Face API, Computer Vision, and Video Indexer customers.