This month sees the Windows 10 October 2018 Update pulled from Windows Update, 49 vulnerabilities patched in Windows, and the usual round of security fixes for other Microsoft and Adobe products.
Aidan details Azure Firewall, a cloud-scale firewall service that was made generally available at the recent Microsoft Ignite conference.
With Ignite happening last month, there was a lot of Office 365 news and Shane distills it down into an easy to read format.
Microsoft patches 62 vulnerabilities, 17 of which are rated Critical. Including a patch for the zero-day ALPC vulnerability that was publicly disclosed on Twitter at the end of August.
In the first part of this series, Russell showed you how to enroll Azure virtual machines to Azure Update Management. In the final part, Russell demonstrates scheduling updates, checking update compliance, and how to enable Update Management on non-Azure VMs.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell shows you how to enroll Azure virtual machines to Azure Update Management and provide a general overview of how the solution works.
In this blog post, Russell looks at the story behind Windows Defender Application Control in Windows 10.
A recent survey revealed that 22% of executives in small to medium businesses continue to share email passwords. There’s no way this should happen inside Office 365 because many techniques exist to support more secure collaboration. Take your pick from mailbox delegation, shared mailboxes, Office 365 Groups, and Teams
In this Ask the Admin, Russell explains the changes that Microsoft is making to full, delta, and express updates in Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 version 1809.
Windows Server 2019 is all about improved support for hybrid cloud scenarios, hyper-converged infrastructure, and security. In this Ask the Admin, Russell looks more closely at these features in Windows Server 2019.
This month sees a host of memory corruption vulnerabilities patched and Intel discovers a new speculative execution side channel flaw.
Microsoft is working on a new Windows 10 feature called ‘InPrivate Desktop’ that will make running risky applications, easier.
Microsoft has a new firewall feature for Azure and in this post, Aidan breaks down how it works and how to use it.