A few quick bits of information for today that might be of interest to those of you working with the Microsoft Stack.
- Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for January 2014
- Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Word and Office Web Apps Could Allow Remote Code Execution (2916605)
If you dig into the KB2916605, it’s labelled as important, not critical but probably something you’ll still want to address. This impacts impacts Microsoft Word across several versions as well as the Word Automation Services and Office Web Apps of SharePoint 2010 and 2013.
Also new today, Power BI is now available for purchase for your Office 365 SharePoint Online tenants. If you have an E3/E4 subscription you’ll see a heft discount.
This past weekend I mentioned during a presentation on getting started with Office 365 that there are service updates that are pushed regularly. To get more information as to what’s being pushed each month, check out the Services Updates for Office 365 for enterprises, mid-size businesses and Education (English) here:
And if you’re interested in learning more pertaining to the Office 365 Service Upgrades that are ongoing for the Enterprise, more information is available here:
Looking for the latest and greatest when it comes to new content for SharePoint 2013?
Nothing really of note, the last update was back on 16 December 2013 with:
- Deactivated controls in SharePoint Designer 2013 (new)
- The building blocks of SharePoint hybrid (new)
- Set-SPAuthenticationRealm (updated)
If you’re looking for updates for MSDN related SharePoint articles, you can find that content here – New and updated content for SharePoint 2013