Microsoft has been trying to spiff up its David to Google's Goliath, and the latest wrinkle (among others) is an ever-popular application: maps.
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Microsoft is previewing the ability for organizations to see when software lacks fixes for common vulnerability and exposures (CVEs), as described in a Monday announcement.
Microsoft's Asad Khan breaks down some details on the recently announced feature.
Microsoft this week announced that a Temporary Access Pass capability in the Azure Portal is now at the "general availability" commercial-release stage.
The ability to collaborate together goes even further than just on Microsoft apps.
The cryptography practice of proving and validating information without revealing the data behind the information -- known as zero knowledge proofs (ZKP) -- is the key to securing and growing Web3 and the metaverse, a recent survey found.
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