Cloud Computing


Redmond's 2014 Salary Survey: Cloud Clout

It was a breakout year for Microsoft Azure, and IT pros with skills in the company's cloud technology are the highest earners in the 19th annual Redmond Salary Survey.

Microsoft Azure Backup Service Now Supports Windows Clients

Microsoft released an update today that allows users of its Azure Backup service to back up Windows client machines.

Microsoft Consolidates Tools with New Azure AD Connect Preview

Microsoft announced a "public preview" of Azure AD Connect today and outlined its plan to consolidate some related tools.

New Azure Releases by Microsoft Include Active Directory Enhancements

Microsoft released multiple Azure products and previews yesterday, with lots of Active Directory improvements.

Microsoft Intune December Update Adding Mobile Management Perks

Microsoft is delivering updates to its Intune device management solution this week that promise to deliver new mobile capabilities.

Microsoft Said To Be Dropping SharePoint Online 'Public Sites' Feature

Microsoft may be planning to drop another SharePoint Online feature.

Microsoft and Accenture Partner on Hybrid Azure Cloud

Microsoft and Accenture announced a collaboration agreement on Monday that aims to promote and support enterprise cloud use.

7 Data Recovery-as-a-Service Platforms Gaining Speed

There's no shortage of software, hardware and cloud providers adding Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) if Hyper-V Replica isn't enough for your requirements.

Microsoft Enables Lync-to-Skype Video Calling

Microsoft has enabled video calling capability between Lync and Skype.

The Rise of Disaster Recovery as a Service

Microsoft has made a big bet this year that DRaaS will be a killer application for its Cloud OS and Azure service. Numerous players are making similar gambits.

5 Microsoft Changes That Mattered Most

The company's 2014 will go down as one of the busiest for the company, and these five changes will help to define the Microsoft of tomorrow.

Microsoft Offers Explanation for Its Azure Outages

Microsoft has published an explanation for its widespread Azure outages that lasted up to 11 hours on Tuesday.

Microsoft Azure Services Hit By Widespread Outages

Microsoft reported widespread "partial disruptions" of its Azure cloud computing services last night, although the issues are now listed as "mitigated."

Microsoft Starting To Preview Its Office 365 Video Service

Microsoft announced a preview today of a new video service for certain Office 365 subscribers.

Microsoft Intune Updates Arriving This Week

Microsoft is rolling out November updates to its Intune device management service this week.

Office 365 ProPlus Users To Get OneDrive in January

Microsoft clarified a bit more when its OneDrive for Business service will arrive for its Office 365 ProPlus subscribers.

Microsoft Releases Azure Operational Insights Preview

Microsoft released a preview of its Azure Operational Insights service today.

Bringing Your Enterprise Cloud Usage Under Control

What your organization can do to get cloud usage under some semblance of control and even turn issues into assets.

Microsoft and Dropbox Announce Office Product Integration

Microsoft and Dropbox have established a strategic partnership that will enable Microsoft Office and Dropbox's cloud storage service to better integrate.

Microsoft Releases Preview of Internet Explorer as a Service

Microsoft released a preview this week of a new free service that delivers the latest Internet Explorer browser across Windows, Android and Apple platforms.

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