Microsoft announced plans this week to further ease the use of the Adobe Flash Player in Windows 10.
Microsoft has published a brief new guide for organizations grappling with the ongoing Shell Hashing Algorithim-1 (SHA-1) deprecation, which is a security concern for browser users and Web site operators.
Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that the Russian hacking group Stronium has launched a spear phishing campaign to exploit a recently discovered flaw in Windows 10.
Microsoft today announced that the Microsoft Update Catalog can now be accessed by other browsers besides Internet Explorer.
Microsoft's biggest security announcement this week during its Ignite event for IT pros may have concerned Edge, the company's consumer-oriented Web browser.
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Microsoft announced this week that it's planning to initiate a new limited-time blocking scheme for out-of-date Adobe Flash ActiveX used in its Internet Explorer 11 browser.
The on-premises and cloud editions of Skype for Business Server and the Cloud PBX are promising and less-expensive alternatives to traditional phone systems, but come in a complex array of options and require integration.
Microsoft announced today that it really is ending RC4 support in its Edge and Internet Explorer 11 browsers.
Browsium updated its three Web browser management solutions on Monday and released a new client application that unifies them.
Microsoft is touting its Edge browser improvements with the release this week of the Windows 10 "anniversary update" version 1607 (build 14393.10).
Microsoft's coming Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 upgrades will add some Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) improvements, company announced this week.
Microsoft claimed today that its Edge browser beats out rivals in terms of energy efficiency.
Microsoft announced this week that some of its technology used for WebGL graphics rendering in its Microsoft Edge browser is being released as open source code in the GitHub repository.
Microsoft now has a site that IT pros can check to see if an application is compatible with Windows 10.
Microsoft has been expanding its cloud services infrastructure of late, including a new trans-Atlantic subsea cable that's being built in partnership with Facebook.
Microsoft is planning some Group Policy enhancements for organizations using both the Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge browsers.
Microsoft has bolstered its Azure Active Directory Domain Services offering, which is currently at the preview stage.
Microsoft's Internet browsers will stop trusting Web sites using SHA-1 certificates for security, starting this summer.
Administrators and users should uninstall QuickTime from all Windows-based systems following the discovery of two vulnerabilities in the software that Apple has stopped supporting.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz