Twelve of them are listed as 'Critical'
Eleven of them are rated as 'Critical'
Microsoft reveals plans to add document translation, intelligent-threat detection and shorthand recognition to Office 365
Build 2016: Starbucks uses Microsoft Office Add-ins to capitalise on 'hyperconnected' caffeine addicts
Now you can book a Starbucks business meeting - and pre-order your latte
Peterborough shifts away from Microsoft Office in digital transformation strategy
Apologises via blog, but is the damage done?
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Some new bells and whistles, but mostly just a solid cloud-based update
Shut down the PC early today, it's going to be updating for some time...
Murky trade in zero-day malware uncovered as leaks show Hacking Team bought MS Office exploit from security firm Netragard
$50k and up is the asking price for exploits, leaked emails reveal
'Eliminating app clutter' and 'appropriate pricing' are top aims before Windows 10
Switch will reduce costs and give more control to the business, says global IT service desk manager
Samsung and Dell mobile devices to ship with Microsoft Office - but where does that leave Windows Phone?
Microsoft has persuaded Samsung and a number of other Android device makers to bundle Office and other apps as standard, but will Windows Phone suffer as a result?
New integrations will boost efficiency of businesses, claims Box CEO Aaron Levie
Lafarge Tarmac demolishes relationship with Microsoft, cements infrastructure partnership with Google for Work
Deploying full Microsoft application set to everyone was 'like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut, director of IT Alisdair MacKenzie tells Computing
Lacklustre Windows software sales sees Microsoft's profits take a $695m hit
Peterborough City Council wants to drop 'expensive' Microsoft for open source and collaborative tools
'We've looked at applications like Word and Excel and actually find that most people in the council use them very rarely nowadays,' Richard Godfrey, ICT, strategy, infrastructure and programme manager tells Computing
Even the most sophisticated of cyber attacks invariably start with a banal email and a simple attachment or URL. But how should organisations start to protect themselves against such attacks?
'We're confident that it's safe,' says Richard Watton, operations manager at London Irish, after shift to Office 365
Nadella's announcement marks a shift to "mobile first, cloud first" strategy at Microsoft
Peter Gothard reports on how Allianz Insurance Ireland is using software to minimise the risk of data breaches occurring as a result of human error