Microsoft answered some questions about its emerging Microsoft 365 Copilot generative artificial intelligence product in a Thursday "Ask Microsoft Anything" (AMA) session.
In a massive security update, Microsoft has released 130 new patches for July, targeting many critical vulnerabilities across its products and services, including Windows, Office, .NET, Visual Studio, Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Dynamics, and more.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced an expansion of its Microsoft Entra identity and access management product line, and also indicated that it is ending its Entra Azure Active Directory product name.
Microsoft on Monday announced the commercial release ("general availability") of Microsoft Dev Box, which lets developers set up remotely accessible environments for their software projects.
Microsoft on Friday outlined how Azure OpenAI users can automatically keep up with the latest large language model updates, and also gave assurances about privacy issues.
Microsoft on Thursday announced that an "early look" preview of Windows Copilot for Windows 11 is starting to roll out to Windows Insider Program testers on the Dev Channel.
Microsoft had service issues with Outlook on the Web on June 27, followed by Microsoft Teams issues on June 28.
Security vendor Rubrik announced on Wednesday a team up with Microsoft to bring its Security Cloud to Microsoft Sentinel and Azure OpenAI Service.
Microsoft Intune is getting driver management and mobile application management capabilities for Windows Enterprise edition devices, Microsoft announced this month.
Microsoft last week described coming Microsoft 365 Copilot software requirements, but stopped short on nuances and pricing details.
Microsoft this week described some of its advances in quantum computing, along with new resources for accelerating scientific and industry research.
Microsoft this week addressed findings by security researchers at Descope, who reported a "nOAuth" attack route that's present in some applications leveraging the Azure Active Directory service.
Microsoft ascribed its "early June 2023" service outages as being caused by distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks by a "Storm-1359" threat actor, per a Friday announcement.
Microsoft on Thursday announced the addition of new artificial intelligence "Copilot" capabilities in Microsoft 365 Dynamics enterprise resource management solutions.
Microsoft this week announced a couple of Azure Firewall improvements.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Monday issued a temporary halt to the proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft on Monday.
Microsoft on Monday announced that organizations using Windows 11 with a "Windows Configuration Update" now have access to two new features.
Microsoft's monthly cumulative security update arrived on Tuesday with 69 bulletins to address vulnerabilities across the company's product and service line.
Exoprise has bolstered its Service Watch product with three enhancements for IT departments that need to support workforces using software-as-a-service apps.
Microsoft acknowledged an "issue impacting the Azure Portal" in a June 9 Twitter post.