IT pros should prepare for some notable changes coming to Office 365 business subscribers this year, including 64-bit Office installs by default, an end to Triple Data Encryption (3DES) and default Microsoft Teams installs in some cases.
Microsoft this month enabled the ability to use session ID information in Exchange Online audit logs, giving IT pros another tool to better detect attacks.
Microsoft this week announced a pair of security and compliance offerings under the "Microsoft 365" branding that will become available next month.
A new resource for IT pros trying to find and troubleshoot problems on Microsoft Surface devices is now available.
The OpenSSH solution used for remote management is now a supported "Features on Demand" addition in both Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019.
Microsoft's December patch rollout, issued this week, comprised an estimated 39 security fixes, plus one security advisory.
Microsoft periodically issues Windows update releases that don't follow its standard release schedules at all.
Microsoft is giving organizations a new way to try out early releases of its Microsoft 365 suite.
Microsoft's Edge browser is going the way of Google's Chrome, the company announced this week.
Microsoft and Docker this week launched a new specification called Cloud Native Application Bundles to address the needs of organizations that build and maintain distributed applications.
Intel has started introducing "Windows Modern Drivers" for its processors on Windows 10 version 1809-based machines, the chip maker announced in late November.
Microsoft this week said it is bringing its new "account manager" multiple sign-in capability to various online services sometime next year.
Microsoft this week announced that a new Windows 10 capability that obviates the need for passwords is now ready.
Microsoft has added support for four different IT administrator roles to its Teams collaboration service.
Microsoft last week released the Windows Compatibility Module 1.0.0 for PowerShell Core 6, allowing PowerShell Core 6 users to access modules that Microsoft hasn't yet added natively to the PowerShell Core product.
Microsoft this week addressed some recent quality concerns about its Windows 10 servicing approach, while providing its reasoning for maintaining the process.
The October 2018 updates (version 1809) of both Windows 10 and Windows Server, as well as Windows Server 2019, have started rolling out again as of Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Microsoft detailed a raft of improvements coming to its database products at this week's PASS Summit.
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update, which is still suspended after a botched Oct. 2 release, will have a few added options for Windows Subsystem for Linux users when it's reissued.
Two of Microsoft's Windows patch delivery services are no more.