This month's Microsoft security update has been released, packed with three "critical bulletins and six "important" items.
Microsoft has released its February Intune mobile management service update.
Anthem alerted customers that its system had been compromised information, including names, addresses, birthdays and Social Security numbers of millions of its customers.
Microsoft this week played up the machine learning features of Azure Active Directory (AD) to protect against cyber attacks.
The next versions of System Center and Windows Server is set to arrive sometime in 2016, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft shed some light about its upcoming Spartan Web browser this week.
Windows Server 2003 lose security support when the product's lifecycle ends this summer.
Google has made public information on two more Windows flaws -- both found in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
Microsoft released January's security update today, which includes one security bulletin rated "critical" and seven rated "important" to address a total of eight flaws.
Redmond may be working on a new Web browser that may be a deviation from its Internet Explorer line.
Information pertaining to a vulnerability in Windows 8.1 that could allow for a malicious application from bypassing security was released last week by Google.
The bluescreen issues that have affected some Windows 10 preview testers has been fixed, according to Microsoft.
Last week's release of multiple Azure products and services included many Active Directory improvements.
Microsoft is planning to release a "January technical preview" for its upcoming Windows 10 next month.
Microsoft has released a fix for a vulnerability that has been hidden in plain sight since 1995.
New per-user licensing have been rolled out by Microsoft for its Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) and Windows Software Assurance (SA) licensing plans.
The sophistication of attackers is outstripping chief information security officers' (CISOs) ability to fend them off and the number of threats has increased markedly.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Expanded support for IE 11's Enterprise Mode backward compatibility options is expected to arrive next month.
Microsoft showed off some management and security improvements to Office 365 today, including new device management (MDM) controls and data loss protection (DLP) features.
Microsoft earlier in the month released a test solution for managing Exchange Server 2013 configurations.