Microsoft announced on Monday that it plans to "retire" its Azure Database for MariaDB service on Sept. 19, 2025.
Microsoft this week announced that the new Outlook for Windows 11 is now at the "general availability" release stage for personal account users, but it's also arriving for organizations as a so-called "enterprise ready" release.
Microsoft on Thursday unveiled four new Surface devices for businesses.
Cisco is acquiring security and IT solutions provider Splunk for about "$28 billion in equity value," per a Thursday announcement.
Copilot for Windows 11 will be available on Sept. 26.
Microsoft provided an update on its rename transition for Azure Active Directory, which is now mostly getting called "Entra ID," in a Tuesday announcement.
Microsoft this week announced that Extended Security Updates for Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2, as managed using Azure Arc, reached the "general availability" commercial-release stage.
Microsoft this week announced that Azure Update Manager reached "general availability," or commercial rollout status.
Microsoft indicated on Monday that it had revoked an overly permissioned Shared Access Signature (SAS) token, said to have exposed "38TB" of internal Microsoft data.
Yusuf Mehdi will be filling the newly vacated leadership role.
Google announced this week that its Chromebooks computers will get 10 years of updates automatically.
Microsoft has added Server Message Block security measures for IT pros, which are now available as part of an early Windows preview release.
Microsoft and Oracle on Thursday announced "Oracle Database@Azure," a new collaborative infrastructure-as-a-service effort that lets Oracle database customers more easily tap Azure services.
This month also features two zero-day fixes for Word and Microsoft Streaming Service.
Microsoft released "feature update" 23H2 for SharePoint Server Subscription Edition (SE), per a Tuesday announcement.
Microsoft is planning to replace the current Outlook for Windows client application with a new product, but it could take maybe two years for that transition to get finalized for organizations.
Microsoft on Monday announced that the Bing Chat Enterprise service, currently at preview, is getting some "new admin controls."
The company will ensure that its customers will not face protected rights issues when using its generative AI technology.
A black market called "W3LL Store" provided threat actors with all the tools they needed to pull off targeted attacks.
Along with the end of the long-running text editor, Microsoft will also be cutting support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1, starting this month.