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In further response to the invasion of Ukraine, Microsoft on Friday announced that it is halting hardware and software sales of new products and services to Russia.
The Nerdio Manager for MSP (Managed Service Provider) 3.0 solution is now integrated with Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM), supporting the central management of customers' virtual and physical desktops by MSPs, according to a Tuesday Nerdio announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the "general availability" commercial release of its Hotpatch capability for virtual machines, which just works with the Windows Server 2022 Datacenter Azure Edition product.
Organizations using the Windows 365 service's Enterprise edition soon will be getting the ability to create Azure Active Directory joins for Cloud PCs, according to a Wednesday Microsoft announcement.
Microsoft Viva hit its one-year anniversary since its debut, and now is used by "more than 10 million monthly active users," according to a Friday Microsoft announcement.
Exchange Online users soon will be getting some security enhancements that will enforce the use of Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption for e-mails and ward off so-called "man-in-the-middle" attacks.
A recent security report found that the threat of ransomware attacks aimed at organizations resulting in critical operational technology (OT) information being leaked is on the rise.
Citrix Systems Inc., long known for its virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions, is getting acquired for $16.5 billion in an all cash deal carried out by two investment firms, according to a Monday announcement.
Microsoft's January security patches, released on Tuesday, reportedly are causing multiple problems for organizations, particularly on the Windows Server side.
Microsoft on Tuesday released January security patches addressing near 100 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE) in various software products.
Microsoft this week issued unscheduled ("out-of-band") patches for Remote Desktop issues affecting supported Windows Server products.
Microsoft on Saturday offered a script to fix a so-called "Y2k22 bug" that caused e-mails to build up within Exchange Server 2019 and Exchange Server 2016 transport queues.
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Even during a year where Microsoft dropped a new OS, security issues, highlighted by the "PrintNightmare" spooler vulnerability, dominated the conversation.
A CrowdStrike survey, announced last week, depicted organizations struggling with security issues, and losing trust in "legacy" software vendors such as Microsoft.
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new tool for IT pros that lets organizations keep using Internet Explorer (IE) technologies for their Web sites and Web apps via the Microsoft Edge browser.
A full post-mortem from AWS is still to come, but in the meantime, IT pros should start bolstering their cloud disaster recovery strategies now -- before the next outage.
Certified Secured-core server hardware products are now available for running Azure Stack HCI and Windows Server 2022 software implementations, according to an announcement on Tuesday.
Microsoft's New Commerce Experience subscription model for Cloud Solution Provider partners will get implemented in January, bringing a 20 percent price increase for customers opting for monthly subscriptions.
Microsoft will finally better respect IT pro decisions about macros, ActiveX content and Office add-ins in e-mailed Office documents, according to a new security policy that'll be arriving in "early February 2022."
Microsoft is rolling out a somewhat more streamlined approach for managing devices that use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, according to a Thursday announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the availability of Microsoft Teams Essentials, a new collaboration product for small businesses.
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Microsoft this week credited the use of Nvidia A100 Tensor Core 80-GB graphics processing units (GPUs) in Azure virtual machines for getting four of its machines placed in the TOP500 supercomputing list.
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