Microsoft has made it more difficult for organizations to defer a Windows 10 feature update, starting with Windows 10 version 2004, known as the "May 2020 Update."
Microsoft and Harvard University have been collaborating on open source tools aimed at easing data sharing while also preserving privacy, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft this week announced the end dates for Azure Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) and the Azure Active Directory Graph API, which are both getting deprecated.
A few Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) enhancements that expand the product's operating system platform support were announced by Microsoft this month.
Microsoft on Thursday outlined an updated calendar scheme for IT pros managing updates to Windows 10, Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager.
Microsoft on Monday announced the acquisition of CyberX, which will help bolster Microsoft's Internet of Things (IoT) security solutions.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it bought ADRM Software Inc., a maker of data models for various industries.
Microsoft this week announced a few sundry news bits for IT pros maintaining Windows and Microsoft 365 environments.
E-mails exposed on Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) indicated that Microsoft was actively trying to sell biometric and facial recognition technology to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) over the past two years.
Microsoft this week announced some minor name changes to its Windows 10 update process and its test releases, and it rolled out a new baseline tool for IT pros to help with Windows 10 Group Policy settings.
Microsoft announced a couple of notable Excel features this month for people who keep track of financial matters.
Microsoft and the SAS Institute Inc. are expanding their partnership, with Microsoft Azure serving as SAS' preferred cloud service provider, according to a Monday announcement.
Microsoft this week announced a few milestones for its Azure Files cloud-based file share service.
Microsoft's announcement that it will condition the sale of facial recognition technology to U.S. police departments based on human rights got a reaction from the Trump administration.
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Some optional Windows Server security implementations will become mandatory for Microsoft's hardware partners to include in their products, starting in January.
Microsoft this week announced a preview of nested virtualization on Windows 10 machines using AMD processors.
Microsoft this week announced the arrival of a new Community Hub feature in Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager.
Microsoft this week provided an update on its years-long efforts to foster a decentralized identity approach to user authentications.
Microsoft on Tuesday released a total of 129 security patches, with 11 rated "Critical" and 118 deemed "Important" in severity.
Functional proof-of-concept code for a Server Message Block 3.1.1 vulnerability in newer Windows systems has been published, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency warned on Friday.