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Windows-Server-2022

Microsoft’s Windows Server 2022

Microsoft has started making its next release of Windows Server, known as Windows Server 2022, available to mainstream users on the Volume Licensing Service Center. Windows Server 2022, which Microsoft has...

Microsoft issues an alert over a sneaky Phishing attack

Microsoft’s Security Intelligence team has issued an alert to Office 365 users and admins to be on the lookout for a “crafty” phishing email with spoofed sender addresses. These emails ar...

This Windows and Linux malware does everything it can to stay on your network

Microsoft has continued its analysis of the LemonDuck coin-mining malware which has been crafted by some very determined, financially motivated cybercriminals. LemonDuck is known for install...

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Microsoft – Malware

Microsoft is warning users to watch out for a new form of malware that is capable of stealing passwords, webcam, and browser data. A remote access tool (RAT), being referred to as RevenageRAT has been flagged b...

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Microsoft Going Green

Microsoft is taking the next step to go more green. Microsoft is backing up a new green company working on cleaning up coding from wasting electricity on desktops, laptops, or in the cloud. Microsoft has releas...

Microsoft Struggling To Keep Up – throttling

Work at home is impacting Microsoft just like everyone else. They have to keep limiting/changing things. OneNote:OneNote in Teams will be read-only for commercial tenants, excluding EDU. Users can go to On...

FSLogix – Create more portable computing sessions when using physical devices

FSLogix is a set of solutions that enhance, enable, and simplify non-persistent Windows computing environments. This solution are appropriate for Virtual environments in both public and private clouds. This sol...

Microsoft Issues – Be Mindful

Microsoft has released security updates that are impacting some security AV vendors, causing some of their customers using Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 2008 R2, and Windows 2012 to occasionally experience sy...

Microsoft delays February patch till March 14th

Microsoft freaked out many tech pros, announcing that February patches would be delayed till Tuesday, March 14th, because of a “last minute issue”. Tech professionals often plan such patching schedu...

WaaS! What Windows as a Service means for IT professionals

Windows as a service means less control for IT professionals. Faster upgrade cycles, single rollup patching, and no more service packs. Aggressive upgrade cycles means that you can no longer deploy a version of...