Microsoft announced this week that its new Microsoft Store site will launch on Oct. 5, alongside new Windows 11 and Office 2021 product releases.
Organizations are prioritizing their IT investments in the coming year -- which makes sense, because that's what kept many of them afloat in the previous year-and-a-half.
Microsoft on Tuesday touted Microsoft Viva, its "employee experience platform," in the context of the shift toward remote work and Microsoft's work trends findings.
Progress Software on Thursday announced the acquisition of load balancer solutions company Kemp Technologies.
This week brings Exchange Online news regarding Basic Authentication, plus a September cumulative update delay for Exchange Server.
Organizations using Exchange Server will get a new automated emergency mitigation tool after installing Microsoft's September cumulative updates.
Microsoft aims to further blur the line between the tablet and PC with its updated and expanded line of Surface hardware, shown off Wednesday during a live virtual event.
Microsoft had a lot to say about Windows Server 2022 in its 1.5-hour Windows Server Summit online event.
Microsoft recently described Eclipse Data Connector (EDC) progress, along with its efforts to align cross-organizational data-sharing needs with Europe-based privacy and security laws.
Microsoft announced the release of a PowerShell script for checking hardware readiness for Windows 11 upgrades, and promised an Endpoint Analytics tool will be arriving "over the next few days."
Microsoft recently offered more information about two different security vulnerabilities addressed in last week's "update Tuesday" patch release.
Microsoft has announced product milestones for two newly arriving so-called "perpetual-license" Office products.
Azure Virtual Desktop host pools can now be joined to the Azure Active Directory service, Microsoft announced.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that the company is ditching the password when it comes to logging into consumer-facing Microsoft accounts.
Microsoft's Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) vulnerabilities, disclosed with this week's update Tuesday patch releases, demonstrated yet another hole in Azure security.
According to a five-year study by California-based security firm Imperva Inc., 46 percent of all global on-premises databases have existing flaws that can be leveraged by outside attackers.
Microsoft has released September security patches, addressing an estimated 66 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
Apple issued patches for two vulnerabilities that can permit an attacker to run code on iOS devices, with one vulnerability (CVE-2021-30860) said by researchers to originate from the NSO Group, an Israeli spyware maker.
Microsoft on Monday described efforts to bring OpenTelemetry measures to Azure Monitor Application Insights, and eventually to other Azure services, as well.
Latest analysis shows how prevalent phishing attempts are -- and how important it is to have proper e-mail reporting and comprehensive e-mail training.