Microsoft this week described a few security products that have reached "general availability" (GA) or commercial-release status, while also touting its overall security-market position.
Microsoft this week announced the top non-Microsoft applications used in 2020 that tapped the Azure Active Directory identity and access management service, based on entries in its Azure Marketplace online store.
Potential phishing attacks were a top concern of most IT security professionals when organizations switched to remote-work conditions early last year.
Microsoft is converging its OneDrive and SharePoint Admin Center management portals, with a consolidated portal expected to arrive for Microsoft 365 subscribers "through February."
Microsoft and SAP this week described continuing partnership efforts on Microsoft Azure, while also planning a Microsoft Teams integration with SAP's enterprise resource planning product and other solutions.
Microsoft announced a preview of Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows, which lets organizations tap Linux virtual machine processes that also work with Windows- and Azure-based processes and services.
Microsoft's "Open License program" will end on Jan. 1, 2022, and not just for commercial customers, but also for government, education and nonprofit organizations.
It's a hybrid world, but remote work is here to stay, according to Microsoft's Teams and SharePoint head Jeff Teper.
Microsoft on Wednesday published an analysis of the second-stage "Solorigate" attack methods used by an advanced persistent threat (APT) attack group.
Security solutions company Malwarebytes affirmed on Monday that alternative methods besides tainted SolarWinds Orion software were used in the recent "Solorigate" advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks.
Microsoft on Thursday issued a reminder to organizations to ensure that their systems are properly patched for a "Critical"-rated Windows Netlogon vulnerability before next month's "update Tuesday" patch distribution arrives.
Microsoft on Thursday announced some perks and prods for Skype for Business unified communications users, with the aim of moving them to the Microsoft Teams collaboration service instead.
Microsoft issued yet another article with advice on how to use its Microsoft 365 Defender suite of tools to protect against "Solorigate" advanced persistent threat types of attacks in a Thursday announcement.
The Microsoft FastTrack support program has been extended to Microsoft 365 Defender products for certain qualified subscribers, Microsoft indicated this week.
Microsoft on Tuesday notified Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) users that it's no longer going to automatically support "user proxies" to get patches from Microsoft's content delivery networks (CDNs), starting with this month's cumulative update release.
Microsoft 365 users will be getting expanded file-size support, allowing files to be shared that are 250GB maximum in size, per a Microsoft announcement this week.
Microsoft released its January security patch bundle on Tuesday, delivering fixes for 83 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint now has an endpoint detection and response (EDR) capability for use with Linux servers that's deemed ready for use in production environments, Microsoft indicated on Monday.
The U.S. National Security Agency this month published an advisory on detecting and blocking old and insecure Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol use by organizations.
An advanced persistent threat actor associated with the SolarWinds Orion attacks used their ability to create credentials to compromise a victim's Microsoft 365 and Azure services, but they didn't always tap the so-called "Solorigate" vulnerability to do so.