In preview since February, Microsoft's cloud-based security information and event management (SIEM) solution became generally available this week.
Microsoft this week issued "out-of-band" security advisories for Internet Explorer (IE) and the Microsoft Defender anti-malware service.
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Microsoft recently announced plans to end support for Basic Authentication in its Exchange Online e-mail service when used with various e-mail protocols.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it has updated its PowerShell 7 preview to version 4. It also described some of its release plans for the new scripting solution.
Organizations looking to add another layer of security to their Azure service connections can now access a preview release of Azure Private Link, announced by Microsoft this week.
Microsoft's Azure DevTest Labs service allows developers and IT administrators alike to provision and control groups of virtual machines.
Microsoft has added nine months to Exchange Server 2010's "extended support" window, moving the date from Jan. 14, 2020 to Oct. 13, 2020.
Microsoft has added support for version 2 of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), plus ARM64 device support for WSL 2, to its latest Windows 10 preview release for testers.
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that its Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Evaluation Lab is now production-ready.
Microsoft issued a "light" bundle of patches for security vulnerabilities in Windows and applications in its September "update Tuesday" release.
The Windows Analytics suite, used for planning Windows 10 upgrades, will end on Jan. 31, 2020, with Desktop Analytics taking its place, Microsoft announced on Friday.
Most of the tools in the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack now have a common "extended support" date, Microsoft indicated in a Wednesday announcement.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced it was buying Movere, a partner that helps companies transition toward using cloud services.
Microsoft this week cleared its Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) technology to be added to the Linux kernel.
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