Is having too much security a bad thing?
Microsoft on Tuesday released security patches for more than 70 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs).
Microsoft advocated for the use of so-called "cloud-native Windows endpoints" to address the needs of remote workforces in a Monday announcement.
System Center 2012 and System Center 2012 R2 products will be reaching their end-of-support dates in about nine months, Microsoft indicated on Monday.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the release of its annual "Digital Defense Report," which catalogs nation-state and criminal attacks, as well as some countermeasures to take.
Microsoft this week announced a "revamped solution stack" for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint that promises to bolster protections and simplify setups when using Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016 products.
Windows 11 IoT Enterprise is now generally available, Microsoft announced this week.
Some AMD Ryzen chip users are experiencing performance issues after upgrading to the newly released Windows 11.
Microsoft this week purchased a three-year-old startup in the growing OKR (objectives and key results) market with plans to incorporate it into the Microsoft Viva platform.
Microsoft this week announced support for Windows 11 in its Windows 365 Enterprise and Azure Virtual Desktop desktop-as-a-service offerings.
Most of the configuration and deployment tools for Windows 11 are now released for IT pro use, with a few exceptions, Microsoft indicated this week.
Microsoft's latest OS, Windows 11, is now officially available as a free upgrade for some Windows 10 users.
Microsoft shared prices for its "perpetual-license" Office 2021 products and its subscription-based Microsoft 365 products for consumers and small businesses in a Friday announcement.
Improvements to the Microsoft Exchange Emergency Mitigation service are under consideration, Microsoft's Exchange team announced on Friday.
Microsoft described various improvements for Microsoft Teams users this week, including perks for users of Teams Phones, Teams Display devices and the Microsoft Surface Hub videoconferencing device.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a multiyear partnership with San Francisco-based At-Bay, an insurance company focusing on mitigating risks associated with data breaches.
Microsoft indicated on Thursday that CloudKnox security solutions, and their multicloud capabilities, are continuing under Microsoft's ownership.
According to a recent study, almost three-quarters of organizations point to the shift to remote work during the pandemic as being the main driver in specific cybersecurity attacks.
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.