For organizations wanting to connect their applications to Azure Active Directory, Microsoft is rolling out a few new features in preview.
An extension coming to Office 365 ProPlus subscribers will change the default search engine in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox to Microsoft Bing.
Microsoft this week revealed that a misconfigured database hosted in its Azure cloud may have compromised millions of customer support case records.
A new report from security solutions provider Trend Micro documents the company's lessons after baiting attackers with an industrial control system (ICS) "honeypot."
For organizations stuck on Windows Server 2008, which fell out of support on Jan. 14, Microsoft is offering some additional help resources.
The first release of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is now at the "stable" commercial-release stage, Microsoft announced on Wednesday.
Microsoft's first security patch rollout of the year has the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) playing a key supporting role.
Google plans to support its Chrome browser on Windows 7 until "at least July 15, 2021," a year-and-a-half after Microsoft stops supporting Windows 7.
Microsoft is expanding Office 365's "Office What's New Management" capability, which lets IT pros hide certain software features from end users.
An "early preview" of Microsoft's Fluid Framework is starting to roll out to some Office 365 tenancies that have opted to get early update releases.
PowerShell 7 is now available as a "release candidate" version, Microsoft announced this week.
End users will likely begin receiving Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser in January via the Automatic Updates service.
The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser, based on Chromium Projects technologies largely fostered by Google, is poised to become commercially available in January.
Microsoft's Office 365 Attack Simulator tool now has the ability to include message attachments in targeted campaigns.
The next release of Windows Server will have improved PowerShell performance and a smaller container size, according to details released by Microsoft this week.
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