Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) Launches End-to-end Encryption for Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) has launched end-to-end encryption for Microsoft Teams. The company has already made an update to allow IT admins on Teams to enable one-on-one calls.

Microsoft has also come up with a feature to fix a bug that could prevent Android users from calling 911. The bug affects users with Android 10 and who have installed but not signed into the Teams app.

Microsoft shares drop by 3.3%

This news comes after Microsoft’s share value dropped by 3.3%. This figure is its most significant loss single-day loss since September. The drop caused the company to lose over $80 billion in market valuation. However, Microsoft is still up with over 45%.

Microsoft is not the only company that experienced this drop. Others are Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ: FB), and Alphabet Inc Class C (NASDAQ: GOOG). It comes after more negative data on inflation.

Meanwhile, the company’s unified threat intelligence team tracks threats using CVE-2021-44228, a vulnerability in Apache Log4j 2. The team includes The Microsoft Detection and Response Team (DART), RiskIQ, Microsoft 365 Defender Threat Intelligence Team, and Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC).

iFixit will sell Microsoft surface repair tools

The company has also announced that iFixit will sell Microsoft Surface repair tools to specific service partners. This move will allow schools and businesses to repair Surface devices. Nevertheless, this isn’t iFixit’s first OEM deal, as Motorola jas used it to source parts for its OEM smartphones.

Microsoft will provide a battery cover to prevent battery puncture during repairs. It will also provide a weighted frame vise and a debonding cradle. iFixit has always criticized Microsoft for its irreparability and designs.

Microsoft is also selling its Xbox Red Ring of Death poster after Power On: The Story of Xbox docuseries came out. The docuseries cover high and low moments for Xbox, such as the Red Ring of Death, where three of four LEDs on an Xbox 360 would turn red.

Microsoft is also partnering with Authomize to launch its co-sell motion. The company will keep developing integrations for Microsoft products. This move will support their critical joint use security cases.

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