Starting June 1, eligible customers that "visit" or use the Microsoft 365 Security Center portal will be able to access certain Microsoft Threat Protection capabilities.
Three new features for assessing policy settings on Azure AD Conditional Access became generally available (GA) this week.
Microsoft recently shared more details about its plan to offer Microsoft 365 enterprise subscribers the ability to opt into using Microsoft Search in Bing.
Microsoft is enabling free single sign-on access (SSO) to for all of its Azure Active Directory subscribers, among other new features announced last week.
A so-called "spring update" of Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) that effectively turns it into an Azure service is now in preview, Microsoft announced this week.
For organizations whose employees have shifted to working remotely en masse, Microsoft has explained how the machine password reset mechanism for Windows systems works for them.
The Continuous Access Evaluation (CAE) protocol undergirds certain Office 365 and Azure Active Directory products, providing an additional layer of identity and access protections, Microsoft explained this week.
Pulse Secure virtual private network (VPN) products have earned another security warning from the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
A new Azure Active Directory registration process became generally available (GA) this week, adding multifactor authentication (MFA) and self-service password registration.
Microsoft's latest security patch bundle, released Tuesday, was another hefty one.
The spring 2020 update of Windows 10 will give IT pros new tools to better manage Windows 10's Reserved Storage feature, Microsoft announced last week.
The latest Windows 10 preview build gives users the ability to display Linux distro files using Windows File Explorer, among other new features.
The end date for Basic Authentication on Exchange Online has been postponed to the "second half of 2021" from the originally planned Oct. 13, 2020, Microsoft said on Friday.
Microsoft's plan to drop support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols 1.0 and 1.1 in its browsers has been pushed back to the second half (2H) of 2020, the company announced this week.
Researchers from Mimecast reported this week that attackers are hiding malicious payloads in Excel files sent by e-mail by using a standard Excel feature.
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