Microsoft on Tuesday announced that the Microsoft Teams chat service is now available for some Office 365 business subscribers.
Microsoft this week said that its latest Azure Active Directory management option aimed at alleviating data leakage in SharePoint and OneDrive is now in preview.
Microsoft shed some light on how datacenters will operate with Windows Server on ARM processors.
While Windows Insider Program testers already have access to smaller Windows 10 update packages, the feature will roll out for all customers with the OS's next major update.
Office 365 users are starting to receive some improvements to SharePoint Online this week.
"Premium Assurance" coverage plans for SQL Server and Windows Server can now be purchased from Microsoft.
Windows 10 "creators update" will bring some tweaked user controls when released this coming spring.
Microsoft's Network Performance Monitor tool for the company's Operation Management Suite (OMS) is now available.
Microsoft this week is reminding users of Exchange Server 2007 that official support will be coming to an end in April.
Details on the broken state of the Shell Hashing Algorithm-1 (SHA-1) were released by security experts at Google last week.
Microsoft revealed some of SharePoint's roadmap details this week.
Microsoft this week released unannounced security updates for Adobe Flash Player in Windows.
Azure Container Services will be receiving support for Kubernetes workloads in the near future.
February's security update, which missed its Feb. 14 release, will now be arriving with March's patch, Microsoft said.
Microsoft's February "patch Tuesday" release did not arrive as scheduled.
Microsoft last week released Office 365 Secure Score API, the company's security analytics tool aimed at evaluating data risk levels in the cloud service.
Microsoft on Friday announced new and improved security features coming to Windows 10 in the near future.
New capabilities for Microsoft Flow are coming soon, the company this week announced.
A new Azure Active Directory aimed at identifying access networking issues became available in preview mode on Monday.
A vulnerability warning by the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has detailed a new zero-day security exploit involving the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol in Windows systems.