Microsoft brings its out-of-date Hotmail service into the present with new social networking features, Windows Phone 7 connectivity and richer features. It's also received a new name: Outlook.com.
Microsoft this week gave advance notice of a new service pack to come for Exchange 2010, which will enable it to run on Windows Server 2012.
Microsoft is prepping quite a few changes for Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online, including tools to help you keep your corporate data safe.
Microsoft has started talking more about Exchange 2013, especially with its MEC conference set to begin next week.
Microsoft revived and opened registration for its Exchange conference, while its Build 2012 developer conference got a quick sell out today.
Your guide to 6 key considerations -- including security, storage, Exchange hosting and more -- for moving infrastructure and applications to public, private and hybrid clouds.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz, Doug Barney, Bruce Hoard
Tired of hosting e-mail in-house but don't want to use Office 365? Hosting providers offer an alternative.
Microsoft published more details about its Exchange 2013 preview beta, which was released last week as a test preview.
Microsoft followed up on a "customer preview" launch of its next-generation Office 365 services this week by announcing the availability of preview trials of other 2013-branded products.
The hardware giant beat out private equity investors with $2.4 billion offer as Dell moves to expand its software business.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Quest Software today described its migration solutions for organizations moving to Exchange Online and Office 365.
Microsoft announced yesterday that it has partnered with secured and managed mobile enterprise company Good Technology to bring encrypted e-mail services to Windows Phone 7.5.
Microsoft released two free tools this month that are designed to help IT pros troubleshoot Microsoft Outlook e-mail clients.
Microsoft last week issued a beta of a new Exchange Client Network Bandwidth Calculator.
While security is still a concern for some companies, more and more businesses are outsourcing e-mail archiving to cloud vendors. And the vendors themselves are proliferating.
- By Paul Korzeniowski