Microsoft this week began further explaining its Windows Update for Business Deployment Service, with a focus on Safeguard Holds.
Microsoft this week described an Azure Threat Research Matrix for documenting tactics, techniques or procedures (TTPs) used against Azure services, including the Azure Active Directory service.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it has optimized a version of Microsoft Teams for Apple Mac devices that are using Apple silicon.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the "general availability" commercial release of the Microsoft Defender Experts for Hunting service.
Microsoft on Monday announced the release of a new Outlook Lite application for so-called "lightweight" Android mobile phones.
Microsoft on Monday announced the "general availability" commercial released of Viva Goals, plus a preview release of Viva Sales.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced three new enterprise-grade security products, which are now commercially released.
Threat actors are adjusting their tactics and moving away from macro-based attacks after Microsoft's policy of blocking VBA macros in Office, according to a report released this week.
Microsoft on Thursday outlined its Microsoft Store on Windows plans, and how its app distribution scheme will work with the various management tools used by organizations.
Microsoft's New Commerce Experience (NCE) subscription model offers less flexibility for commercial customers by steering them toward annual commitments, but it's maybe even worse for Microsoft's Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) partners.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the release of its "first preview build" of Windows 10 version 22H2, namely build 19045.1865.
Microsoft Viva Engage will start appearing for Microsoft Teams subscribers from "the end of August to the end of September," Microsoft announced on Wednesday.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced improvements to its Azure Active Directory Certificate-Based Authentication (CBA) preview, which promises to provide an alternative to federated-based authentication methods.
Microsoft announced last week that a private preview of its Unified Update Platform (UUP) for on-premises environments is available for testing by commercial organizations.
Microsoft on Monday reminded organizations using the Office 2016 and Office 2019 productivity suites that those products will lose connections to Microsoft 365 apps and services, starting in Oct. 2023.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the "general availability" commercial release of its cross-tenant access settings for external collaborations feature, which is part of its Azure Active Directory External Identities service offering.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the gradual end of its Windows Information Protection (WIP) service, which is designed to keep users of Microsoft 365 apps from inadvertently disclosing organizational information.
Microsoft this week said they are once again reverting back to blocking Visual Basic Application (VBA) macros in Office.
Microsoft this week indicated that fixes for Microsoft Access problems, which were caused by a botched July 12 "patch Tuesday" security patch release, will be arriving soon.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that its HyperClear technology used with its Hyper-V hypervisor offers protections against new speculative execution side-channel attack methods that were disclosed last week by AMD and Intel.