Recent updates to Microsoft's Azure SQL Database service include migration, high-availability and information protection options, and other improvements.
Microsoft's Office 365 Admin Center portal for IT pros will soon receive a few new trouble-ticketing support additions, the company announced last week.
Microsoft will start the process of phasing out its Outlook Web App mobile client e-mail applications for iPhone, iPad and Android devices next month.
Microsoft is priming Windows 10 for artificial intelligence development with a new built-in machine learning platform.
Microsoft's work with open source continues apace with the arrival of the Kali Linux and Debian GNU/Linux distros to the Windows Store this week.
Microsoft recently outlined some best practices to protect user identities in Windows Server Active Directory Federation Services or Azure Active Directory.
Microsoft has greenlit some Intel Skylake microcode updates for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) that address Spectre variant 2 types of attacks.
Azure Advanced Threat Protection, Microsoft's new cloud-based service for detecting and analyzing security incidents, is now production-ready for organizations.
Microsoft Intune users can expect some new security protections for their Android and iOS devices through a recently announced partnership between Microsoft and security firm Pradeo.
Microsoft recently announced several enhancements to its Azure Active Directory service, including a preview of new Naming Policy for Office 365 groups.
In its recently updated "Microcode Revision Guidance" document, Intel shared details about the progress of its firmware patches to address potential Meltdown and Spectre attack scenarios.
Microsoft recently rolled out its Compliance Manager dashboard and the Azure Information Protection Scanner tool for Microsoft 365 product licensees.
Users of Skype Room Systems version 2 should not try to upgrade to Windows 10 version 1709, Microsoft told users last week.
Microsoft this month announced final Office security baseline materials, advance notice of a coming Intune security change, and tips on combating e-mail name spoofing.
IT pros can now check on the status of their client device Meltdown and Spectre protections using Windows Analytics, Microsoft announced this week.
Starting Oct. 31, 2018, Microsoft will drop support for the Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols in Office 365.
Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 clients will soon be able to take advantage of Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), a post-breach detection service originally associated with Windows 10 clients.
Intel this week released microcode updates to its original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and partners in a bid to curb Meltdown and Spectre attacks.
Microsoft delivered another set of improvements to Azure Active Directory (AD) this week, making it easier to publish applications using the Application Proxy service, as well as adding new Business to Consumer (B2C) features.
Azure Active Directory (AD) end users and IT pros can now access several new improvements, as recently detailed by Microsoft.