Microsoft today announced that it has joined the Open Compute Project and plans to share some of its Windows Azure designs.
Communications service providers now have a bit more leeway to disclose information about the secret information disclosure orders they receive.
Microsoft will cut Windows Azure storage pricing to match that of Amazon.
IT pros have been questioning their control over the update process with Microsoft's cloud-enabled Office products.
Hortonworks today released its latest suite of Hadoop components for clusters of Windows machines.
Microsoft announced this week that its Windows Azure disaster recovery service is generally available.
Microsoft rolled out improvements to its cloud-based Windows Azure services this week.
Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. has opened an office in Shanghai, China.
Microsoft and hosting service provider GoDaddy today reaffirmed their partnership on providing hosted e-mail services to small businesses.
Microsoft announced today that it is buying Parature, a provider of cloud-based customer service solutions for organizations.
The new manager found in System Center 2012 R2 allows for simple resource movement between environments.
It's now possible to switch Office 365 plans across "product family" offerings.
Microsoft updated parts of its Power BI for Office 365 preview late last week.
Cloud providers will look to answer for data privacy issues while attackers focus on Windows XP and non-traditional connected devices.
Microsoft this week rolled out a preview of a new georedundant option as part of its Windows Azure Storage service.
Microsoft today released the latest Android- and iOS-based versions of its Office 365 Admin apps.
While the message sent by a coalition of online companies outlines changes needed to be made by the government, does it go far enough to address the issue?
Microsoft rolled out a "preview" of two group management capabilities in Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD) this week.
It will also make code more transparent in hopes to ease customers of fears of hidden backdoors.
Microsoft says SharePoint customers are moving online but security, privacy and app compatibility are key barriers. A Redmond magazine reader survey suggests the transition will take time. Find out why.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz