Microsoft this week launched Inside Azure for IT, which contains links to "fireside chats" on various Azure topics, aiming "to solve your real-world IT challenges."
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a new Windows Terminal 1.2 (stable version) and a preview of Windows Terminal 1.3 for Windows 10 systems.
Two new Azure Active Directory security features -- My Sign-Ins and App Lock -- were made available to end users this week.
Microsoft released new tools and resources this week for Azure Active Directory, including more platforms in its Microsoft Authentication Library, a tool to check security best practices and an easier process for onboarding external users.
Three new features for assessing policy settings on Azure AD Conditional Access became generally available (GA) this week.
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.
A new Azure Active Directory registration process became generally available (GA) this week, adding multifactor authentication (MFA) and self-service password registration.
Microsoft this month announced a couple of Azure Active Directory improvements with regard to custom roles and multifactor authentication support that are available now and on the horizon.
Microsoft this week revealed that a misconfigured database hosted in its Azure cloud may have compromised millions of customer support case records.
To bridge scattered Active Directory "forests," Microsoft is introducing a preview of a new "Cloud Provisioning" feature for the Azure Active Directory Connect service.
In preview since last year, a feature that lets users of the Google identity and access service use their personal log-in IDs with Microsoft's Azure Active Directory B2B service is now generally available.
Microsoft now offers "confidential computing" data protections for Kubernetes workloads in conjunction with Intel's hardware-based Software Guard Extensions solutions on Azure DC-Series virtual machines.