The Microsoft Exchange team got more talkative this week regarding a few improvements and changes, mostly on the server side.
Microsoft this week declared the "general availability" of Traffic Analytics, a service that checks network activity across Microsoft Azure public cloud infrastructure.
Bonsai, an AI startup that was founded by two former Microsoft employees and partially funded by Microsoft Ventures, is now officially part of Microsoft.
Microsoft this week announced the previews of two password security capabilities for organizations using the Azure Active Directory service or Windows Server Active Directory.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a preview of System Insights for Windows Server 2019, which promises to put predictive analytical tools into the hands of IT pros.
Microsoft's Office 365 Hybrid Configuration Wizard tool, when used by organizations to move Exchange Server configuration settings to Exchange Online, will be getting the ability to transfer policies, too, by the end of this month.
Microsoft issued a few Azure Active Directory previews this month, adding role-based access control improvements and the ability to block so-called "legacy" or older authentication approaches.
This week, yet another speculative execution processor vulnerability was uncovered, namely "lazy floating point state save/restore."
Microsoft has declared the Windows 10 April 2018 release (version 1803) to be a successful one, at least in terms of its telemetry findings, and is now labeling the release as being "fully available."
The Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) reached "general availability" status on Wednesday, and can now be commercially used in 10 Azure regions.
Microsoft plans to switch users of Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 to a monthly rollup patch model, starting in September, according to an announcement this week.
The Microsoft Teams collaboration workspace application is getting added to various Microsoft-certified conference room devices, including the Surface Hub, Microsoft announced late last week.
Microsoft plans to stop the active participation of its employees in Microsoft Community forum discussions starting next month for certain older Windows and Office products, plus a few others.
Microsoft on Monday argued against organizations using Windows 10's long-term servicing channel update option.
Microsoft announced this week that it's planning to expand the availability of Azure Stack to 92 countries, along with other Azure news.
Microsoft is continuing to improve Windows AutoPilot, with a few new previews announced this week.
A new study released this week by IT security company BeyondTrust polled opinions about emerging technologies and cloud use, but it also found that traditional security concerns were top of mind for organizations.
Microsoft announced enhancements this week at Computex, an IT event in Taipei aimed at hardware partners building Internet of Things and "intelligent edge" devices.
Microsoft this week described Phase 2 of Project Natick, an immersible datacenter that gets its cooling from being located under ocean waters.
SAP on Tuesday announced its next CRM product at its Sapphire Now event, while Microsoft recapped its partnership efforts in running SAP ERP solutions on Azure infrastructure.