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Q&A: What Microsoft Viva Means for Partners and the SharePoint Community

With Microsoft Viva applications rolling out, VisualSP's Asif Rehmani shares his take on how the platform could impact SharePoint users and Microsoft partners.

Feds Takes Action Against Russian Firms for Spying

The U.S. Department of the Treasury has issued sanctions against Russia and a handful of Russian organizations for spying and other cyberactivities.

Microsoft Previews 64-Bit OneDrive Client for Windows 10

A preview of a 64-bit OneDrive client for x64 Windows 10 systems is now available for work, school or home users.

Microsoft Releases 'Staged Rollout' for Hybrid Active Directory

Microsoft recently announced the general availability of a "staged rollout" feature in Azure Active Directory designed for organizations with "hybrid" environments.

Microsoft Expands Azure Space Efforts with Azure Orbital Ground Stations

Microsoft has launched its first Azure Orbital "ground station as a service" units, the company announced this week, starting with its own datacenter in Quincy, Wash.

Microsoft Releases Azure Monitor for Windows Virtual Desktop

Organizations can now keep tabs on their Windows Virtual Desktop environments with Azure Monitor.

As SharePoint Turns 20, Microsoft Readies Multiple Feature Enhancements

Microsoft 365 subscribers that opt to get "targeted release" updates can expect to get multiple new SharePoint Online capabilities soon.

Microsoft Starts Rolling Out Windows Release Health

The Windows Release Health service has started rolling out to Microsoft 365 subscribers, Microsoft announced this week.

The State of Remote Work Security: Phishing, User Training Are Top Worries

Two studies released this week are shedding light on remote work security practices.

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Version 21H1 for 'Prerelease Validation'

Version 21H1 of Windows 10 isn't officially out yet, but Microsoft is making a prerelease version of it available to organizations for testing.

What Happened with This Week's Azure AD Outage

Microsoft has released a "preliminary root cause analysis" for Monday's Azure AD issue that took out multiple Microsoft 365 and cloud applications for at least two hours.

Microsoft Launches Azure AD External Identities

A new External Identities capability in the Azure Active Directory service became generally available (GA) this week.

Microsoft's Exchange Server Security Problem Is Gaining Steam

The handful of Exchange Server zero-day flaws Microsoft announced earlier this month has snowballed into a much broader problem.

Study: Microsoft Gains on AWS as Multicloud Dominates

Today's cloud landscape leans heavily in the direction of multicloud and hybrid, with Amazon Web Services holding an ever-shrinking lead over Microsoft Azure.

What We Know About Windows Server 2022

Microsoft released the preview of Window Server 2022 at Ignite, spotlighting improvements to security, portal integration and container support.