Microsoft's announcement that it will condition the sale of facial recognition technology to U.S. police departments based on human rights got a reaction from the Trump administration.
Some optional Windows Server security implementations will become mandatory for Microsoft's hardware partners to include in their products, starting in January.
Microsoft this week announced a preview of nested virtualization on Windows 10 machines using AMD processors.
Microsoft this week announced the arrival of a new Community Hub feature in Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager.
Microsoft this week provided an update on its years-long efforts to foster a decentralized identity approach to user authentications.
Microsoft on Tuesday released a total of 129 security patches, with 11 rated "Critical" and 118 deemed "Important" in severity.
Functional proof-of-concept code for a Server Message Block 3.1.1 vulnerability in newer Windows systems has been published, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency warned on Friday.
Microsoft this week reminded IT pros that PC connections through virtual private networks can sometimes lead to time synchronization issues, possibly causing reduced functionality for end users.
Microsoft this week announced that it is working on a more simplified way for an organization to leverage local end user Internet connections when accessing Microsoft Stream and Microsoft 365 Live Events video feeds.
Microsoft this week indicated in an announcement that the MSIX App Attach capability in the Windows Virtual Desktop service can now be tried via a preview of the Windows 10 Enterprise Multisession operating system.
Microsoft this week announced a few May updates for SharePoint Online tenancies.
Microsoft this week announced that it had released Host Integration Server 2020, which lets Microsoft technologies talk with IBM mainframe solutions.
Microsoft this week announced that the ability to automatically classify documents using Microsoft Information Protection's sensitivity labels feature is now commercially released.
Microsoft announced on Friday that that ability to use the "authentication session management capabilities" of the Azure Active Directory Conditional Access service is now at the "generally available" commercial-release stage.
Microsoft described product milestones this week for two of its SharePoint migration tools.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the release of Windows 10 version 2004, known as the "May 2020 Update," and had a lot to say about it.
Microsoft recently provided a few more details about Universal Print, its emerging cloud-based solution that promises to ease woes associated with managing print servers.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint Online items of note this week.
Microsoft this week announced a bunch of new Azure Active Directory capabilities for developers, plus some IT pro perks.
Microsoft on Tuesday described coming Microsoft Edge browser improvements for IT pros, end users and developers as part of its Build event announcements.
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