Microsoft 365 services like Exchange Online, Outlook on the Web, Teams, OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint Online experienced an outage earlier today, and now they are down once again.
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Introduced earlier this year in February, Microsoft will now begin enforcing number matching in Authenticator starting today. It adds an extra layer of security for multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Microsoft published a solutions feature guide on Defender for Endpoint and Defender for Office 365. It will help enable security features and get the most value out of their security solutions.
Some Windows users have reported that they are encountering a weird Microsoft 365 Family ad during setup. The advertisement cannot be skipped even if the "No, thanks" button is clicked.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Teams Premium. Priced at $10/month/user, the SKU now offers advanced webinars with richer and dynamic experiences for organizers and attendees.
Microsoft has posted $52.7 billion in revenue for the previous quarter. While there is decent growth in the cloud, it is mostly offset by declines in the consumer market such as Xbox and Windows.
Microsoft is currently investigating an outage that made it difficult for many users in several countries to access Teams and Outlook. Over 3,700 incidents have been reported on Downdetector so far.
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On January 30, 2023, Microsoft will launch a new entry-level Microsoft 365 tier with 100GB in OneDrive, ad-free Outlook, and additional security features. Office apps, though, will remain web-only.
Days after announcing that it will replace the current Office app with a new Microsoft 365 app, Microsoft has finally given us the first look at it, showing in detail some of the key features.
This was a very busy week in the world of Microsoft due to not one, but two events taking place. We have lots to unpack including announcements about Ignite, Surface and some Patch Tuesday goodness.
A glitch in the Microsoft Outlook is causing it to turn back time and go back to the year 1930 when the world was experiencing the Great Depression. This is triggered when users try to Go To 2030.
Google Workspace customers integrating Google Calendar and Exchange Online have been urged to make a configuration change before Microsoft disables an old authentication mechanism in October.
Microsoft is aware of an issue in Outlook which is causing the app to close almost immediately after startup. After pinpointing its cause workarounds for the issue have been provided.
Several Microsoft documents caused a lot of confusion by implying that Office 2016 and 2019 won't be able to connect to Microsoft 365 after October 2023. The company has now issued a clarification.
Microsoft has published a strong quarter for its latest quarter (FY22 Q4) yet again. However, it has blamed global and macroeconomic factors for certain unfavorable financial results.
The latest preview updates for Office on Windows make typing or pasting data in Excel less confusing, thanks to the new option that allows disabling various automatic data conversions.
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Microsoft has reported an exceptionally strong quarter with a revenue of $49.4 billion and a net income of $16.7 billion. This was due to growth across practically all of its business segments.
The latest Canary build of Microsoft Edge has a new Microsoft Office button - off by default - which activates a sidebar that offers quick access to web apps available at Office.com.
After Azure Government Secret and Top Secret clouds, Microsoft has now announced Office 365 Government Secret cloud, a new US Government Cloud environment to aid in securing classified data.
Microsoft has announced that its design revamp for Office.com should be available to all business and education customers by the end of this week. It is coming soon for the general public too.
In a move to expand its literacy portfolio, Microsoft has introduced Reading Coach in addition to new updates to Reading Progress. The latest resource will be available in Teams for Education soon.
In our recap for the last week of 2021, we walk you through all the important stuff that happened in the world of Microsoft in the past few days, with a dash of nostalgia for good measure.
The German state of Hesse wanted to replace Microsoft's Teams video conferencing software with one made by a local vendor. However, the court found the alternative solution to be rather inadequate.
A coalition led by Nextcloud is taking on Microsoft in the European Union. It says that Microsoft is acting anti-competitively by bundling OneDrive, Teams, and other software in Windows 11.
Microsoft has reported a strong first quarter of its 2022 fiscal year with a revenue of $45.3 billion. It demonstrated strong growth in cloud offerings and Windows while Surface continued to decline.
Microsoft has announced a new add-on for Microsoft 365 and Office 365 customers, called Privacy Management. It offers organizations a holistic and end-to-end view of their data privacy status.
Microsoft has issued an advisory highlighting that multiple U.S. and Israeli defense companies and global maritime transportation firms are under attack from a threat actor, likely from Iran.
The new Office Insider Beta build 14530.20000 brings with it several fixes and improvements. Among these is a bug fix that addresses high CPU usage for Excel under certain circumstances, and more.
Microsoft is adding support for co-authoring encrypted Office apps on Windows and macOS, bringing 27 additional languages to live captioning and transcription in Teams, and much more.
In this edition of Microsoft Weekly, there is news of new Windows 11 builds, a bunch of users who can no longer test it on VMs, monthly Patch Tuesday updates, Office 2021 release date, and more.
Microsoft has acknowledged that it is investigating a Windows zero-day vulnerability that is currently being exploited in the wild. The firm has provided a workaround that involves AcitveX controls.
A bug in Microsoft Outlook is tricking people into believing that phishing emails are from genuine contacts by using the Cyrillic alphabet which has letters similar to those in the Latin alphabet.
Microsoft is making Trusted Documents more secure by making sure they block Active Content like macros, ActiveX, and DDE after the IT admin's choice to block it, instead of the end-users' choice.
Support for Microsoft 365 apps and services on Internet Explorer 11 has ended today. Users should expect a degraded experience, no new features, connectivity issues, and no support moving forward.
Microsoft is rolling out File Cards to Office for Android this month. It is a modern UI layout that offers you inline contextual information and quick actions for your Office files.
Microsoft has begun rolling out the new Office UI containing rounded window and ribbon corners to users running Beta channel Office Insider builds. The update is heading out in a staggered manner.
Although Microsoft has an impressive set of fonts pre-installed in Windows 10 - also used by Office apps -, sometimes, these may not be enough and you'll need to install custom fonts. Find out how!
Microsoft today detailed a bunch of improvements that it will be bringing to the sharing experience to OneDrive, SharePoint, and more. These include access permissions and link-sharing improvements.