A zero-day local privilege escalation flaw that was disclosed on Twitter last month now has a fix by way of Microsoft's September security update rollout.
Microsoft Premier customers can now begin using the company's Project VAST security product to create data visualizations of their organization's security landscape.
Among the top networking features coming to Windows Server 2019 is the ability to quickly set up connections to Azure virtual networks, Microsoft revealed earlier this month.
Jared Spataro, Microsoft's corporate vice president for Office and Windows Marketing, announced new guidelines regarding Windows and Office 365 ProPlus servicing last week.
Starting Dec. 3, 2018, Microsoft will funnel Intune support requests from organizations with Microsoft Premier support accounts toward the Azure Portal, instead of the Microsoft Premier Online Portal.
A forthcoming -- and possibly final -- version of Windows Server Essentials is on tap from Microsoft later this year aimed at small businesses.
A lightning strike affecting Microsoft's San Antonio, Texas datacenter temporarily knocked out the power, causing service outages that affected many regional South Central U.S. Azure and Office 365 services.
Microsoft this week put the spotlight on the software-defined networking security capabilities coming to Windows Server 2019, calling it one of the product's top 10 networking features.
Microsoft's Azure Active Directory Business to Business (B2B) service now supports Google IDs, marking the first time that Microsoft has allowed users with non-Microsoft IDs to use the service.
A zero-day flaw in the Windows Task Scheduler in 64-bit Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 was disclosed this week, with no known remedy.
In today's IT organizations, it's critical for system admins to know how to automate processes. Luckily, we have tools like Azure Automation to help us out.
Microsoft's upcoming Windows Server 2019 product is poised to lighten the configuration burden for IT pros and improve virtual workload CPU performance.
The next major releases of Windows 10 and Windows Server will feature smaller monthly quality updates, Microsoft said this month.
Inspired by Unix and Linux (*NIX), the next version of Windows 10 will include a Windows Pseudo Console, known as "ConPTY."
Microsoft's "hybrid MDM" model, which enables hybrid mobile device management using Intune and System Center Configuration Manager, will lose support on Sept. 1, 2019.
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