Companies running U.S. Web sites aren't really showing much positive spirit on Data Privacy Day, Jan. 28.
Microsoft on Friday announced that Microsoft Priva, a somewhat new privacy management add-on solution for Microsoft 365 or Office 365, is at the "generally available" commercial-release stage.
Microsoft announced this week that the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint service now has threat and vulnerability management support for "all major device platforms across the organization -- spanning workstations, servers, and mobile devices."
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it has canceled its planned release of the Azure Sphere version 22.01 operating system.
Microsoft on Wednesday touted Windows 11 as a success since its launch in October, but it also dangled the notion that its free upgrade offer from Windows 10 could disappear sometime early this year.
Microsoft revenue in the second quarter of fiscal 2022 increased 20% over Q2 2021 to $51.7 billion, according to the company during a Tuesday earnings call.
Microsoft on Tuesday offered its own report card on the blocking of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on Azure services customers, as tallied from stats from latter half of 2021.
Microsoft on Wednesday listed 25 dead or ineffective administrative template (ADMX) policies for Windows 10 or Windows 11, urging IT pros to stop using them.
Microsoft is starting to enable the restriction of Excel 4.0 macros (XLM) by default for users of Excel in subscriptions, starting with Excel build 16.0.14427.20000 and newer releases, according to a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft this week explained what hoops IT pros must jump through if they plan to use Group Policy with administrative template (ADMX) files to set policies for both Windows 10 and Windows 11 clients.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that Windows 11 SE PCs for the education market are now starting to become available worldwide.
Microsoft is looking to bolster its gaming and metaverse efforts with the purchase of California-based Activision Blizzard Inc.
Microsoft's January security patches, released on Tuesday, reportedly are causing multiple problems for organizations, particularly on the Windows Server side.
Microsoft this week announced product improvements that would benefit so-called "frontline workers," while also publishing new survey results about their work attitudes.
Microsoft on Tuesday released January security patches addressing near 100 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE) in various software products.
Microsoft on Monday shared its proof-of-concept security research efforts in uncovering macOS vulnerabilities in the operating system's Transparency, Consent and Control (TCC) technology.
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Microsoft on Monday announced that a continuous access evaluation (CAE) capability in the Azure Active Directory identity and access management service has reached the commercial-release ("general availability") stage.
Microsoft on Friday announced Azure Virtual Desktop support for virtual machines with "Trusted Launch" protections.
Microsoft and chip manufacturer Qualcomm are teaming up to bring the metaverse to more consumers and enterprises.