Robert Steele takes the helm
In order to provide the best experience for customers, Microsoft will be focusing efforts on modern browser support over the coming year.
As a result:
- Microsoft 365 services and applications will no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11)
- Microsoft 365 apps and services will be unable to connect, or have a degraded feature experience, when accessed on IE 11.
- The Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop application will experience end of support; after support ends, it will not receive new security updates.
Microsoft has announced SharePoint 2010 workflows will be retired starting August 1, 2020. This applies to all environments, including Government Community Cloud (GCC) High and Department of Defense. If you’re using SharePoint 2010 workflows, Microsoft recommends migrating to Power Automate or other supported solutions.
As the global COVID-19 pandemic threatened to overwhelm our national healthcare capacity and pushed our supply chains to the brink of failure, KiZAN teamed with Microsoft to deploy an innovative solution that is proving to increase the safety of our front-line healthcare workers and preserve vast quantities of vital personal protective equipment.
CoreView Helps IT Leaders Launch Adoption Campaigns and Just-in-Time Learning to Train Remote Workers on Microsoft Teams
The following is an excerpt from the OSHA's Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19.
KiZAN Technologies, the 2019 Microsoft US Partner of the year for the automotive industry, has begun a technology partnership with Hyperfish to deliver process automation benefits to customers. Acquired by LiveTiles in 2018, Hyperfish offers a leading solution in profile management that incorporates the latest innovations in AI and Bot technology.
Microsoft has released a set of fixes for Remote Desktop Services that include two critical Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerabilities, CVE-2019-1181 and CVE-2019-1182. Like the previously-fixed ‘BlueKeep’ vulnerability (CVE-2019-0708), these two vulnerabilities are also ‘wormable’, meaning that any future malware that exploits these could propagate from vulnerable computer to vulnerable computer without user interaction.
A security vulnerability that affects Windows computers running on 64-bit Intel and AMD processors could give an attacker access to your passwords, private conversations, and any other information within the operating system kernel memory. Users are advised to update Windows in order to mitigate against this new CPU "SWAPGS attack" risk.