Microsoft plans to turn on a new Azure Active Directory "Publisher Verification" security feature that will block end user consent to unverified app publishers starting next month.
Microsoft has shelled out $374,300 in security bounties as part of its Azure Sphere Security Research Challenge, the company said this week.
Microsoft highlighted a few Azure Active Directory improvements during last week's Ignite event.
Ignite 2020 saw the public preview of Azure Arc enabled data services, the latest step in Microsoft's bid to demystify multicloud. Principal program manager Travis Wright explains how it works.
Microsoft has affirmed its software-defined networking infrastructure support for telecom companies, especially as they move more toward rolling out 5G wireless services.
Despite the strangeness of the keynote, Microsoft pulled off some its most geek-worthy product demos at Ignite this week.
To kick off the Microsoft Ignite virtual conference, CEO Satya Nadella made a bold claim about the public cloud with the second-largest market share behind Amazon.
Microsoft flooded virtual attendees of its Ignite conference with general availability announcements ranging from the high-profile Project Cortex to Azure SQL to major and minor components of Microsoft's three clouds.
In the second part of this series, Joey describes the methods that Microsoft uses to manage code rollouts, and how it detects hardware and software problems on Azure SQL.
Microsoft and VMware on Wednesday announced the "general availability" commercial release of Azure Spring Cloud, which provides infrastructure support for Spring Boot Java application developers.
Microsoft engineers outlined a way to find vulnerable Netlogon channel connections for organizations using newer Windows Server systems.
New Windows Terminal and Azure CLI (command line interface) updates were released this week.
Microsoft this week talked about how it has been improving communications for IT pros dealing with software patch and Azure service issues.
Users of the Azure AD Conditional Access service are now getting a new policy that will block devices using older authentication methods by default, unless granted an exception.
Microsoft announced a couple of Azure Active Directory-based security enhancements this week, which are now available for end users.
Microsoft announced this week that it's possible to use the Azure Active Directory Application Proxy service with Remote Desktop Services (RDS)-based Web clients to add additional security for remote connections.
The Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) service now has Azure Portal integration, plus Audio/Video (A/V) Redirect support for Microsoft Teams client sessions, Microsoft announced on Monday.
Microsoft announced a preview this week of a revamped Azure Stack HCI product that runs its own operating system, known as "version 20H2."
Microsoft has a "Cloud PC" effort under works that apparently will be somewhat different from existing Microsoft services, such as the Windows Virtual Desktop virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) service.
Microsoft and Citrix this week outlined the current direction of their longtime collaborative partnership efforts.
Microsoft outlined some recent security and compliance enhancements that are either already available or will be coming to Microsoft 365 tenancies using OneDrive and SharePoint by year's end.
A recent study from U.K.-based Sophos indicates that public cloud security incidents were becoming disturbingly frequent since the start of 2020, even before the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to lean more on public cloud platforms to support remote work.
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