This month, Microsoft patches a remote code execution vulnerability for CredSSP, helps Intel distribute microcode updates to protect against Spectre Variant 2, and Office 2016 gets updated to version 1803.
Microsoft is at the Open Compute Project Summit and the company is going public with Denali, a next-generation spec for solid-state storage.
Today, at an online event, Microsoft is discussing how technology can improve employee engagement and communications; we have embedded the live stream so that you can view the conference.
Microsoft is adding two new regions to its cloud platform while also turning on services in other countries as products begin to reach general availability at new data centers.
Even though Teams only turned one this week, the company has begun testing a PWA version of the platform with a small group of users.
Microsoft is rolling out new options to make moving their SQL Server and OSS apps to Azure to easier and more cost effective.
Microsoft has announced several new features and functionality for its Government customers including Azure Stack.
This month is all about Redstone 4, always-connected PCs, and changes to the SKU lineup and licensing.
Microsoft is preparing to offer a free SKU of Teams with the long-term goal of hoping that these users will upgrade to Office 365 to unlock all the features.
Microsoft’s Build conference is happening May 7-9 but unlike the past few years, the company has serious competition for this conference.
Microsoft’s second quarter ended on December 31st and the company announced earnings for the time period of revenue of $28.9 billion which is a 12% increase over the prior year.
Intel’s latest fix to patch the Spectre vulnerability is causing more issues than it fixes; Microsoft to the rescue.
Microsoft has changed up some of its organizational structure as well as combing a couple of teams in its mixed reality org.