Topic: microsoft

New Microsoft Edge built on Chromium is out of preview

Microsoft took its new Edge browser out of preview and made it available for download. The company originally unveiled the new browser at Ignite last year.  The new browser is supported on all supported versions of Windows and macOS in more than 90 languages. It’s also available on iOS and Android. “A little over a … continue reading

2019: Microsoft innovates across the board

2019 was Microsoft’s year. After a strong 2018 — a main highlight of which was its acquisition of GitHub — the company kept up that momentum into 2019.  Last year, our yearly review of Microsoft focused heavily on Azure. Microsoft invested heavily into its cloud platform last year, and it paid off. This year, things … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET Core 2.2 to reach end of life, Certbot 1.0, and Netflix open sources Metaflow

.NET Core 2.2 is set to reach end of life on December 29, 2019, after that patch updates will no longer include updated packages of container images for .NET Core 2.2. The supported upgrade path from .NET Core 2.2 is via .NET Core 3.1. Microsoft has provided documents on how to do this, which are … continue reading

“Publish to GitHub from Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2019 16.4

.NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 now available

Microsoft has announced the release of both .NET Core 3.1 and Visual Studio 2019 16.4 this week.  .NET Core 3.1 includes fixes for .NET Core 3.0, which was released about two months ago. This release is a long-term supported (LTS) release, meaning that it will be supported for three years. According to Microsoft, waiting two … continue reading

Microsoft provides tips on developing for dual-screen devices

Last month, Microsoft revealed that they were entering the foldable device market, with two new Surface dual-screen devices: Neo and Duo. Surface Neo includes two 9” screens that unfold into a 13” display, while Surface Duo has two 5.6” screens that unfold into an 8.3” display. As part of this announcement, the company also revealed … continue reading

Azure Cognitive Search brings knowledge mining to the enterprise

Microsoft Azure Search will now be known as Azure Cognitive Search to signify the next wave of artificial intelligence in the enterprise.  According to Microsoft, the first wave of AI was built for narrow apps, or training a single mode for a specific task. “What’s been challenging, however, is that these models individually can’t capture … continue reading

Facebook and Microsoft partner up on remote development

Facebook announced that Visual Studio Code is now the default development environment used at the company. It’s also teaming up with Microsoft to enhance their remote development extensions to do remote development at scale.  “Given the scale of development at Facebook, supporting the efficiency and productivity of our engineers is key. Constant work is being … continue reading

Microsoft updates privacy provisions amid EU investigation

Microsoft announced it is updating the privacy provisions in the Microsoft Online Services Terms (OST) commercial cloud contracts amid ongoing investigations by the European Union (EU). The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) launched an investigation into Microsoft earlier this year to see whether the contractual agreements concluded between Microsoft and the EU institutions were fully … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Visual Studio adds Live Share app casting and contacts, Rockset Partners with Tableau, Android 10 introduces privacy protections for physical activity

Microsoft introduced contacts in Live Share that enables developers to collaborate with recent and contextual collaborators in VS 16.4. In-built audio calling has also been enhanced. “With app casting your debugging sessions can be a powerful place to do real-time collaboration and make progress on hard bugs. With direct invitations and status sharing with contacts … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google open sources Cardboard, the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework, and Code42’s threat detection capabilities

Google open sourced its Cardboard project that lets developers create VR experiences across Android and iOS devices.  “We think that an open source model—with additional contributions from us—is the best way for developers to continue to build experiences for Cardboard,” Google wrote in a blog post. “We’ve already seen success with this approach with our … continue reading

Microsoft launches Project Cortex to help organizations make sense of their data

Earlier this week at Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft announced the first new service in Microsoft 365 since they released Microsoft Teams in 2017. Project Cortex is a solution that will allow business users to gain valuable insights with their data, in ways they previously couldn’t. Over the years Microsoft has created a number of different ways … continue reading

Microsoft Ignite: McAfee updates MVISION Cloud for Azure, Microsoft and Nokia partner up, and Barracuda Cloud Application Protection now available

Microsoft has shared quite a few new announcements at its annual Microsoft Ignite conference. But a number of other companies are also using the event to share their Microsoft-related news as well. Here are a few highlights: McAfee updates MVISION Cloud for Microsoft Azure According to McAfee, this solution helps customers shift left with security, … continue reading

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