The Biden administration on Wednesday announced an executive order aiming to tighten software security practices generally, following recent attacks.
Microsoft this week highlighted the general trend toward implementing "hybrid" networks, which is the combined use of cloud services plus on-premises software.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued an advisory and an alert regarding a recent ransomware attack on a U.S. fuel pipeline company.
Just four CVEs were described as "Critical" in severity. Also included in the May bunch were patches for 50 "Important" vulnerabilities, plus one deemed "Moderate."
Microsoft and Darktrace announced a partnership on Monday in which Darktrace's artificial intelligence (AI) security solutions are getting integrated with three Microsoft services.
Microsoft is changing its Azure icon from its current cluster of four squares to a blue "A" image.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its various services are expected to meet European Union (EU) data storage legal requirements by the end of 2022.
Dell on Tuesday issued a support article describing a "Critical" vulnerability in the Dell dbutil driver affecting most Windows-based Dell computer users.
The Adobe Flash Player will get removed from most Windows systems via Microsoft's patch service in July, according to an updated Windows blog post.
Microsoft on Monday announced the release of Counterfit as an open source project on GitHub, permitting organizations to test the security of their artificial intelligence (AI) software solutions by attacking them.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a preview of OneDrive Sync Admin Reports for the OneDrive for Business cloud storage service when used with Windows clients.
Ivanti Pulse Secure announced a patch on Monday for a "Critical"-rated vulnerability (CVE-2021-22893) in its Pulse Connect Secure VPN appliances.
Microsoft on Thursday issued yet another reminder to organizations that Skype for Business Online will be ending on July 31, 2021, and they should be moving to Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft on Thursday announced a preview of a new full "Server" container image option for Windows Server 2022 when it uses the "desktop experience."
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a preview of Microsoft Graph application programming interfaces (APIs) for use with the Windows Update for Business Deployment Service.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the acquisition of Kinvolk, a maker of open source Kubernetes solutions and tools.
Microsoft this week announced the "general availability" commercial release of the "new" Exchange Admin Center management portal, a browser-based means for managing Exchange Online environments.
Security solutions firm FireEye on Tuesday described how Active Directory Federation Services could have been exploited to gain access to Microsoft 365 e-mails during the Nobelium ("Solorigate") attacks used for espionage purposes.
Microsoft announced that "commercial preview" versions of the new Microsoft Office long-term servicing channel (LTSC) for Windows product and the Office 2021 for Mac product were released.
Microsoft this week gave users of older .NET Framework versions about a year's advance notice that product support is running out.