Exchange Server products are potential subject two newly disclosed "zero-day" vulnerabilities that are under exploit, Microsoft acknowledged, in a Thursday announcement.
Microsoft is planning to end support for Client Access Rules used with its Exchange Online service, favoring the use of Continuous Access Evaluation instead, according to a Tuesday announcement.
A Coalition for Fair Software Licensing lobbying group has launched, aiming to remedy "anticompetitive software licensing practices."
The Microsoft Stream video-sharing service for organizations is getting "natively" integrated with SharePoint as a Microsoft 365 product, according to a Monday Microsoft announcement.
About half (51 percent) of IT departments are planning to increase their IT budgets in 2023, compared with a prior-year's sampling, despite concerns about a general economic recession, per a newly published annual report.
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Microsoft this week announced SharePoint Server Subscription Edition changes, including a switch to biannual "feature update" release model.
Microsoft announced some Azure Space advances on Wednesday, including an Azure Orbital Ground Station service commercial release.
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Google announced on Monday that it has completed its acquisition of security solutions company Mandiant.
Microsoft has changed the licensing options it offers for Microsoft Teams Rooms software and services as of this month, per an announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a new "standalone" eCDN (Enterprise Content Delivery Network) product for optimizing live video streaming in organizations.
Microsoft this week announced Azure Active Directory enhancements for organizations that likely will better address some security and compliance issues.
Microsoft still intends to turn off Basic Authentication for Exchange Online users on Oct. 1, but it is offering a possible grace period of about three months before ending it altogether.
Microsoft this week announced licensing and hosting changes for Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program partners and their customers, most of which will take effect on Oct. 1, 2022.
Microsoft is planning to end its Kaizala messaging service next year, as described in a Friday lifecycle announcement and partner announcement.
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After a lighter-than-usual past few months, Microsoft is back in the triple digits for its monthly security update, with 121 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE) fixes.
However, just don't expect the Microsoft Ignite of past years.
Microsoft this week began further explaining its Windows Update for Business Deployment Service, with a focus on Safeguard Holds.
Microsoft on Tuesday touted various collaboration product improvements as part of its Microsoft Inspire event for partners that's ongoing this week.
Microsoft on Friday noted that a new "PetitPotam" NT LAN Manager (NTLM) relay attack variant called "DFSCoerce" is addressed if organizations followed its earlier advice in Knowledge Base article KB5005413.
Microsoft has changed course somewhat and won't block automatic renewals of existing monthly cloud services accounts offered under an older plan overseen by Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) partners.
Microsoft will be ending support for its 2013-branded server products in about nine months, with the typical end date planned for April 11, 2023.
Microsoft and Apple are working together to eliminate Basic Authentication use with the Mail app for organizations using the Microsoft Exchange Online e-mail service, according to a Thursday Microsoft announcement.
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