Many companies are now choosing to make the move from on-premises storage to cloud-based platforms to house data, as they offer both lower energy costs and improved scalability. As a result, IT pros and others managing migration are always seeking a more efficient set of tools that allow this process to be as seamless as possible and, with this in mind, Microsoft focuses on acquiring technology firms that can provide dependable tools for migration.
Microsoft has announced it will be working alongside UK companies to help the planet as well as individuals with disabilities by developing artificial intelligence (AI) at the recent Future Decoded expo for 2019.
A campaign of phishing attacks is using the online platform SharePoint to bypass the Symantec Corporation’s secure email gateway.
The latest software updates have been issued by Microsoft to fix close to 60 security problems in both Windows and software developed to work on top of the operating system. For the most part, the October edition of Patch Tuesday is ‘light’ but does contain some fixes considered critical by Microsoft.
A major health and welfare charity for the disabled is using Microsoft technology as a way to assist its staff in delivering enhanced support and care.
A collaboration between Microsoft, Natwest and DreamQuark will use Artificial Intelligence to predict patterns in the financial market and source fresh insights.
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, announced at a recent London event that the world has reached a pivotal point, with people insisting on greater control than ever over their data and the technology they use.
Windows users looking for a safe area to test security have been afforded a new option from Microsoft.
Microsoft is hoping a new feature it has announced for Outlook will give it the edge over email rival Gmail.
Every couple of years or so, it seems, rumbles of discontent begin to crop up about issues with collaboration tools like Slack. Namely, that it’s an attention sapper at best, and downright pain in the backside at worst, something that hasn’t been helped by Slack’s recent double-posting glitch.
Cybersecurity and cloud provider RFA has officially announced that its dedicated team for Development Services (DevServ) will be now offered to all of the company’s clients.
Cyber attackers are slipping through the net of email filters under the guise of SharePoint user accounts they’ve compromised.
Over 500 educators based around the United Kingdom who use technology to assist students in their learning have been nominated as Innovative Educator Experts by Microsoft.
The Warwickshire County Council is now rolling out Microsoft technology to afford its personnel a more flexible way to work. This move supports the Council’s initiative to modernise its system by creating a staff with enhanced flexibility.
California-based company Crow Canyon Software has been selected to join an elite group of organisations chosen by Microsoft to be showcased in its Office 365 Business Application Program.
Microsoft has progressed its Chromium-powered Edge browser with an official release of the beta version designed to run with Windows operating systems and macOS.
One of Microsoft’s first authorised Managed Desktop partners, IT Lab Group, has taken possession of managed service provider (MSP) Mirus IT Solutions.
Aberdeen City Council is the first of Scotland’s local authorities to join forces with Microsoft using its Cloud Navigator programme for digital transformation.
Microsoft has announced that a newly included expiration policy, based on user activity, can be activated in Office 365 groups for select customers using Azure AD Premium. The new policy will allow customers automated access to lifetime renewals making user intervention no longer required.
One of the UK’s most popular websites for medical help, Patient.Info is leading a revolution that transforms homes into a GP surgery and supports family doctors. With the assistance of Azure, Microsoft’s cloud-based platform, Patient.Info is joining the new trend that allows patients to avoid unnecessary visits to their GP if possible.
Thanks to an all-new product created by the teamwork of Microsoft and cyber security specialist NCC Group, firms can now utilise Azure cloud-based operations with greater confidence.