Another reason to patch early and patch often: The Exchange Server zero-day vulnerabilities Microsoft first disclosed earlier this month are now being used in ransomware.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a Microsoft Exchange Server joint advisory that offers consolidated advice for Exchange Server users on detecting Hafnium attacks.
Microsoft has updated its recommendations to organizations running Exchange Server, targeted in Hafnium nation-state attacks, by describing some new resources.
Getting a new desktop looking and feeling like the old one used to take a long time, but modern backup applications have greatly streamlined the process. Still, there are a few things to keep in mind to avoid potential issues.
Microsoft announced during its Ignite event that Window Server 2022 is currently available at the preview stage.
Azure networking improvements were announced by Microsoft as part of its Ignite Conference.
Microsoft on Tuesday released out-of-band security patches for Exchange Server to address multiple zero-day flaws that are currently being exploited in active attacks.
Microsoft announced more than three dozen "general availability" service and feature releases at Ignite. Here are the highlights.
Microsoft this week announced it will lop off five years of support when it releases the next Windows 10 long-term servicing channel (LTSC) product and the next Microsoft Office LTSC product, both of which are expected to arrive in the second half of this year.
Cloud isn't always cheaper than on-prem, a lesson that many organizations find out the hard way. Keep your cloud bills in check (and the C-suite happy) using these guidelines.
The public cloud is mature and reliable. So why does Brien still run a bunch of physical servers out of his home? For a lot of good reasons that the cloud can't match, it turns out.
Ransomware is a lot more sophisticated now, attacking data on network drives and in the cloud. Before physically interacting with ransomware, take these precautions to stop anything outside the VM from getting infected.
Microsoft on Thursday announced an update to its plans to end "Basic Authentication" when used with the Exchange Online e-mail service.
Acronis will unify its products into a single line on March 31, aiming to roll up security, e-mail security, file sync and share, management, notarization, backup and disaster recovery under the Acronis Cyber Protect license.
Microsoft on Thursday described a few Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) advancements as part of a WVD "Master Class" video presentation, which lasted about seven hours, with labs.
Application-integrated backup tools should never replace conventional backups, but they have their place.
Microsoft's "Open License program" will end on Jan. 1, 2022, and not just for commercial customers, but also for government, education and nonprofit organizations.
A three-keystroke solution to a problem that has no discernible cause.
It's a hybrid world, but remote work is here to stay, according to Microsoft's Teams and SharePoint head Jeff Teper.
DOS might seem like a relic now, but sometimes it's the only way to fix a problem that Windows seems ill-equipped to deal with -- like this one.
Microsoft on Tuesday notified Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) users that it's no longer going to automatically support "user proxies" to get patches from Microsoft's content delivery networks (CDNs), starting with this month's cumulative update release.
Planning to run Hyper-V VMs on your Windows desktop? Here's how to ensure that you don't deplete Windows of the resources it needs to run smoothly.
Microsoft recently announced that it has released Azure Stack HCI, in conjunction with hardware partners, at the "general availability" commercial-release stage.
Microsoft recently described SharePoint Online intranet-adoption growth stats, as well as new and notable features, and it outlined potentially breaking changes for users of "classic" search.
When one of his Windows Servers stopped connecting to its storage array, Brien could find only an incomplete fix and an even weirder problem with Windows.
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