The company is expected to pay close to $2.7 billion once the deal is finalized later this year.
Is the demise of the PC exaggerated or inevitable? And once gone extinct, what's next for the enterprise?
Keep a handy list of your jury rigged fixes to use as leverage when arguing for items that might not be in your IT budget.
In a three-part test that looked at accuracy, protection and false positives, Microsoft's free antivirus program finished at the bottom.
Microsoft, who has denied being involved with Prism since the program was first divulged, released a statement this week saying it did not provide the NSA with a backdoor to access personal Outlook.com e-mails and Skype conversations.
This month's Microsoft Security Update also comes with word of a new policy for vulnerable apps in the Windows Store.
Mary Jo Foley gives her take on Microsoft's continual cloud push -- a push that has not always had a clear direction.
- By Mary Jo Foley
With half of employees projected to be using their own devices in the enterprise by 2017, Microsoft is taking BYOD into consideration with its next line of products.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Is your Windows pro team just dead weight in your company? Find out with these red flags.
- By Greg Shields
Although PowerShell can be a bit intimidating at times, Microsoft has built in a comprehensive help system that should be able to assist you with most of your PowerShell related questions.
In lab tests, Microsoft's latest browser blocks 99 percent of malware attacks. But can lab-tested attacks accurately represent real-world attacks?
Brien discusses how Microsoft is refocusing on the enterprise after a string of weak consumer offerings.
Brien walks you through just some of the features of Windows Server 2012's ISE tool.
Found a hole in Microsoft's latest version of Windows? You could be awarded $100,000.
Brien discusses how the BYOD movement may be leading towards IT requiring employees to bring their own personal devices to work.
Brien breaks down multiple ways to combine actions in PowerShell.
Microsoft is just one of many who have been sharing information on hardware specs and software vulnerabilities with government organizations.
The cumulative security bulletin for Microsoft's Web browser addresses 19 separate flaws.
This month's security update will bring Microsoft's bulletin total for the year up to 51.
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