Azure Cognitive Services is letting developers create natural-sounding speech even without a lot of expertise in machine learning. Here's how.
A newly discovered side-channel attack method called "RAMBleed" can expose information from memory chips, including encryption key information, according to academic researchers.
Microsoft is giving its Windows Insider Program participants a chance to try version 2 of Windows Subsystem for Linux in its latest Windows 10 "fast-ring" preview release.
Microsoft 365 Business subscribers can now take advantage of Microsoft's conditional access security service, as well as new trouble-ticket features for administrators.
The June edition of Microsoft's monthly security patch rollout addresses 88 common vulnerabilities and disclosures (CVEs), the largest "in recent memory," according to a Trend Micro analyst.
IT pros will soon be able to save their Office 365 configuration files in Microsoft's cloud datacenters to access later, thanks to a recent update to the Office Customization Tool.
Using the custom voice feature in Microsoft's Azure Cognitive Services product, you can train a computer to sound like yourself -- or anyone else, for that matter.
Microsoft recently urged organizations to install its May security patches to prevent attackers from exploiting a "wormable" vulnerability in Remote Desktop Services.
PowerShell 7, Microsoft's latest scripting solution for IT pros and developers, has hit its "first preview" milestone, Microsoft announced this week.
Microsoft recently detailed some changes organizations should make before rolling out version 1903 of Windows 10 and Windows Server, as well as its plans for Windows 10 "targeted" channel releases and new perks for Windows Update for Business users.
Thanks to the AI features in Microsoft's cloud, text-to-speech technology can render more realistic results than ever.
Microsoft rolled out version 1903 of both Windows 10 and Windows Server on Tuesday, marking the latest "semiannual channel release" versions of both products.
Microsoft announced Attack Surface Analyzer 2.0 this week, describing changes in the updated -- and now open source -- software.
Tuesday marked several important security developments for IT pros.
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