IT Pros To Get More Security Control over Office Document Macro Content

Microsoft will finally better respect IT pro decisions about macros, ActiveX content and Office add-ins in e-mailed Office documents, according to a new security policy that'll be arriving in "early February 2022."

Security Management Eased for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Users

Microsoft is rolling out a somewhat more streamlined approach for managing devices that use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, according to a Thursday announcement.

Microsoft Teams Essentials Now Available for Small Businesses

Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of Microsoft Teams Essentials, a new collaboration product for small businesses.

Microsoft Starting to Deliver Loop Components to Teams Users

Microsoft announced on Tuesday that Microsoft Loop components are starting to become available to Microsoft 365 "commercial customers" using Microsoft Teams.

Flexible Server for Azure Database for PostgreSQL Now Commercially Available

Microsoft on Tuesday announced the "general availability" (GA) commercial release of the Flexible Server deployment option for the Azure Database for PostgreSQL service.

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Microsoft Lists Becomes a Progressive Web App Using Project Nucleus Technology

Microsoft on Monday described its ongoing efforts to turn Microsoft 365 Web applications into progressive Web apps (PWAs).

New Microsoft 'Teams Phone with Calling Plan' Product Coming in January

Microsoft on Friday outlined changes for organizations using Microsoft Teams for phone calls.

Microsoft Authenticator Gets Number Matching and GPS Location Capabilities

Microsoft this week announced four new security features for the Microsoft Authenticator app that can be used for confirming mobile device user identities.

Microsoft Fixes Azure Active Directory Issue Exposing Private Key Data

Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it fixed an Azure Active Directory private key data storage gaffe that affects Azure application subscribers, but affected organizations nonetheless should carry out specific assessment and remediation tasks.

Microsoft and AT&T Team on 5G Edge Zones Service

Microsoft announced Azure Edge Zones with AT&T support, a service that's at the private preview stage.

Microsoft Azure-Based Machine Ranked No. 10 in Supercomputing List

Microsoft this week credited the use of Nvidia A100 Tensor Core 80-GB graphics processing units (GPUs) in Azure virtual machines for getting four of its machines placed in the TOP500 supercomputing list.

Microsoft Previews New Media Player for Windows 11

Participants in the Windows Insider Program on the Dev Channel can start testing Microsoft's new Media Player application for Windows 11, according to a Tuesday announcement.

Windows 10 Version 21H2 General Availability OS Released

Microsoft on Tuesday announced the release of the Windows 10 version 21H2 operating system, a feature update that's also known as the "November 2021 Update."

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Plan 1 Commercially Released

Microsoft announced on Monday that its new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Plan 1 (P1) reached the "general availability" commercial-release stage.

Critics Say Browser Choice Made More Difficult in Windows 11

Microsoft has taken steps to favor the use of the Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 11, according to recent critical comments.

Microsoft and Kyndryl Announce Global Cloud Partnership

Kyndryl is partnering with Microsoft in a cloud deal, according to an announcement on Friday.

Microsoft Commercially Releases PowerShell 7.2

Microsoft this week announced the "general availability" commercial release of PowerShell 7.2.

Microsoft November Security Patches Address 55 Vulnerabilities

Microsoft has released its November security patch bundle, addressing 55 common vulnerabilities and disclosures (CVEs).

Microsoft Announces Windows 11 SE for Schools

Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new version of its Windows 11 operating system designed for K-8 classrooms.

Report: Cybersecurity Analysts Claim Biggest Annual Salary Growth

According to a newly released salary report by employment firm Dice, cybersecurity analysts saw an average growth in salary of 16.3 percent (for an average annual salary of $103,106) between 2019 and 2020.

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