Microsoft has published a timeline signaling an end to its semiannual channel (SAC) updates for its supported Windows Server products.
Microsoft will soon make it possible to use Azure Active Directory to authenticate and authorize an application's access to Azure Relay resources.
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft is continuing to advance its cloud-based security services with a couple of previews announced this week, plus a product release.
Kaseya announced this week that it is using a "universal decryptor key" for customers that were affected by a REvil ransomware attack reported on July 2.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced plans to end the online Microsoft Store for Business and Microsoft Store for Education in the "first quarter of 2023," per a Microsoft document on the topic.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the acquisition of CloudKnox Security, a maker of "cloud infrastructure entitlement management" solutions for organizations using various cloud services.
Microsoft on Tuesday issued a security advisory about an elevation-of-privilege vulnerability (CVE-2021-36934) present in Windows 10 client operating systems.
Microsoft on Monday released a preview of SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, it's newest server product.
The Biden administration released a statement on Monday naming the People's Republic of China as responsible for widespread cyberattacks that notably targeted Exchange Server users.
Microsoft is investigating a new vulnerability in the Windows print spooler service and is recommending that IT pros disable it, if possible, as an interim measure, although doing so eliminates the ability to print.
Microsoft announced improvements to Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Viva apps as part of its Microsoft Inspire event for partners.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a new virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) service for business users called "Windows 365," enabling remote access to Windows 10 or Windows 11 desktops and applications.
Microsoft's Azure cloud platform took center stage during Wednesday's kickoff keynote of the company's annual Inspire partner conference, the second Inspire event to be held online.
- By John K. Waters
The July security patch tally seems like a rerun of the hefty bundles that were seen last year.
Microsoft on Monday announced the launch of Inside Azure for IT, a new learning site "for cloud professionals of all skill levels."
Microsoft is previewing the use of the Azure Active Directory Privileged Identity Management (PIM) service within Azure Lighthouse, per a Thursday announcement.
Microsoft announced on Monday that it is acquiring RiskIQ, a San Francisco-based provider of software-as-a-service security solutions for organizations.
The Salesforce for Microsoft Teams app is now released at the "general availability" commercial-release stage, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft on Thursday issued "clarified guidance" for organizations addressing a zero-day Windows printer spooler vulnerability dubbed "PrintNightmare."
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the "general availability" commercial release of "Windows diagnostic data processor configuration," a possible data privacy or data compliance assurance capability for organizations.